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Joseph Lang

Joseph Lang

Joseph Michael LangJan. 14/1934 - April 8/2011Joseph passed away peacefully at Age 77 at Nanaimo Regional Hospital Palliative Care after a courageous battle with cancer.

On Stage dance festival

Over 600 dancers took over the Humboldt Uniplex for the 2011 On Stage Dance Festival, held April 15-17.
Louise Therres

Louise Therres

Louise Mary TherresDecember 23, 1955 - April 5, 2011It is with broken hearts that the family of Louise Mary (nee Knaus) Therres of LeRoy, SK, announces her death which occurred at her home on Tuesday, April 5, 2011, following a valiant seven-year bat
Neil Britz

Neil Britz

The death of Mr. Neil Britz, 53 years of Humboldt, occurred on April 11, 2011 at Humboldt District Hospital. Neil was born on April 26, 1957 in Humboldt to Jake and Eleanor (nee Therres) Britz.

City's outdoor recreation rates on the rise

Sports teams in Humboldt will be paying a slightly higher rate to use the city's outdoor recreational facilities. But calculating those costs for each team should now be easier.
Green Party candidate fears Conservative "Big Brother" state

Green Party candidate fears Conservative "Big Brother" state

The Conservative Party of Canada has been accused by critics of instilling fear in the hearts of Canadians through its campaign to "get tough on crime.
Caleb Village opens its doors

Caleb Village opens its doors

Caleb Village is open for business. The brand-new, $15 million Humboldt retirement community opened its doors to residents on April 1. By the end of last week, about 15 families had already moved in.

Humboldt man convicted of Internet luring

Joseph Therres, 62, of Humboldt has been convicted of using the Internet to lure a child for the purpose of committing a sexual assault. Therres pleaded guilty to the charge and was sentenced in Humboldt Provincial Court on April 4.

Charges laid in hit and run

Charges have been laid in a hit and run in Annaheim last fall.
Constables, civilian honoured for bravery

Constables, civilian honoured for bravery

A heroic rescue last fall has led to accolades this spring. Two local RCMP officers and one civilian have been recognized for their heroism in saving a man from drowning in a slough near Humboldt last fall. On March 24, Const. Darryl Ness and Const.