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Humboldt Journal & East Central Recorder

Unusual harvesters

Unusual harvesters

Unusual harvesters A group of approximately 30 Whooping Cranes, including adults and young birds, made a pitstop in the Dana region this fall.
Bombers rattle Bears' cage

Bombers rattle Bears' cage

It may be their first year, but a new local football team is keeping up with the big boys. The Lakeside Bombers, based in Watson, hosted the Porcupine Plain Bears in six-man football action on October 8.
Broncos on top of national standings

Broncos on top of national standings

The Humboldt Broncos are the number one team in the Canadian Junior A Hockey league, according to stats released Monday.
Water rescue

Water rescue

RCMP and civilian rescue man from sinking vehicle
Daycare settling into new school space

Daycare settling into new school space

They're in, and pretty delighted with their new surroundings. The Humboldt Co-operative Daycare (HCD) is now located in St. Augustine School and it seems everyone involved couldn't be happier with the situation.

PDAP strengthens support for flood-stricken communities

The provincial government has made changes to the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) in response to the demands on the program this summer. And one regional organization is benefitting.
Broncos win both contests at home

Broncos win both contests at home

Two more games, two more wins.
No go on condo conversion, city decides

No go on condo conversion, city decides

For the second time in less than a year, Humboldt city council has said no to a condominium conversion request.
Local businesses sign safety charter

Local businesses sign safety charter

It's a good time to be safe. Businesses from around Humboldt congregated together at the Humboldt Uniplex on September 29 to sign Saskatchewan's Health and Safety Leadership Charter.
Muenster hurt by lack of players

Muenster hurt by lack of players

A big field, some warm weather, and a small number of players greeted fans of soccer last week. The Muenster Cougars senior boys' soccer team hosted the Three Lakes Avengers in a seven-on-seven game on September 27.
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