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Humboldt Journal & East Central Recorder

Exhibit tells Elizabethan story

Exhibit tells Elizabethan story

A monumental part of Humboldt's history is the story being told at the Humboldt and District Museum and Gallery (HDMG). The Sisters of St.
Football camp draws on top notch coaching talent

Football camp draws on top notch coaching talent

Young football hopefuls were put through their paces at the sixth annual Kelly Bates football camp last weekend. The camp took place at the fields behind Humboldt Collegiate Institute on April 29 and 30.
Golf course open for business

Golf course open for business

The Humboldt Golf Club (HGC) opened its front nine to golfers on April 27, a few days earlier than anticipated. But with wet weather following shortly thereafter, the back nine remained closed to play until early this week.
Eleanor Lisitza

Eleanor Lisitza

Eleanor Mae "Dolly" LisitzaSeptember 17, 1933 - April 26, 2011The death of Mrs. Eleanor Mae "Dolly" (nee Andersen) Lisitza of Humboldt occurred at Humboldt District Hospital on Tuesday, April 26, 2011. She was 77 years of age.
Tories take control

Tories take control

Canada elects Conservative majority gov't

A roundabout way to get there

The first time I ever experienced travelling through a roundabout was in November of 2000. I was in London, being driven by a fellow Canadian who temporarily "forgot" how to both drive on the left side of the road, and how to negotiate a roundabout.
Dodgers ready to take the field

Dodgers ready to take the field

The Humboldt Midget AAA Dodgers baseball team is a diamond in the rough. Dodgers' coaches are hoping to sculpt the team into a fine, polished gem by season's end.
Englefeld raising funds for new fire hall

Englefeld raising funds for new fire hall

They're tired of spending the winter on pins and needles. The Englefeld Fire Department (EFD) is in need of a new fire hall, one which will house all of their equipment, including all three of their trucks.
Sister Johanna Vogelsang

Sister Johanna Vogelsang

Sister Johanna Vogelsang CSJP St. Joseph of Peace died peacefully on April 10, 2011 in Bellevue, WA. Sr. Johanna was born on August 23, 1915 and was raised on a farm near Muenster, Saskatchewan. She entered the community of the Sisters of St.

Trost defends Planned Parenthood comments

Brad Trost was making no apologies for his comments about Planned Parenthood last week, even though Prime Minister Stephen Harper's re-election campaign was in damage control mode in response to Trost's claims that the government has denied funding t