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Arnold Thimm

Arnold Thimm

Arnold Bruno ThimmAugust 23, 1932 - May 6, 2011It is with great sadness that the family of Arnold Thimm announces his passing at his residence St. Mary's Villa, on Friday May 6th, 2011. He was 78 years of age.
Children at HDH offered Bear Hugs while treated

Children at HDH offered Bear Hugs while treated

Children undergoing treatment at the Humboldt District Hospital (HDH) will now be offered a big bear hug, thanks to a new program launched last week.
Uniplex renovations moving right along

Uniplex renovations moving right along

Hockey season is done; construction season has begun. Ice is now out of the Elgar Petersen Arena (EPA), and renovations to the lobby and upper arena level are very much underway.
Floodwaters threaten life of Humboldt landfill

Floodwaters threaten life of Humboldt landfill

With floodwaters threatening from Joe Lake, the Humboldt landfill site is once again in jeopardy of being lost. Workers with REACT Waste Management District are working hard to ensure that won't happen.

Caught in the middle

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Waldsea to be up over 17 feet from 2010 levels

Waldsea to be up over 17 feet from 2010 levels

It's still pretty wet out there. The snow is now gone, but water is continuing to move in the Humboldt region. "We're high," said Dwayne Rowlett of the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority on May 9 when asked about the general water level in this region.
Gardiner goes eighth in WHL bantam draft

Gardiner goes eighth in WHL bantam draft

For Reid Gardiner, playing for the Prince Albert Raiders will be a little bit like going home. The Raiders made the 15-year-old Humboldt product their first pick in last week's Western Hockey League bantam draft.
Local badminton players place at Districts, Regionals

Local badminton players place at Districts, Regionals

Some have won Districts, and others are moving on to Provincials. Local badminton players were swinging their way to titles and advancement over the weekend.
Bates retires, joins Lions' coaching staff

Bates retires, joins Lions' coaching staff

One chapter ends, another begins. So it is in the life of Kelly Bates. The Humboldt native announced his retirement from professional football last week, then accepted a position as assistant coach with his former team, the B.C. Lions.
Walk for Water raises $2,500 for WaterCan

Walk for Water raises $2,500 for WaterCan

They walked, not for water for themselves, but for those without. Humboldt's first annual Walk for Water was held on April 27, starting from Elite Innovations Studio and Day Spa on south Main. St.