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Humboldt Journal & East Central Recorder

Wakaw hospital, jobs "in jeopardy"

For all intents and purposes, the Wakaw Hospital is no more.
Theisen sets record, named NCAA field athlete of the year

Theisen sets record, named NCAA field athlete of the year

Humboldt's Brianne Theisen has been named female field athlete of the year for the NCAA Division-I 2011 indoor track and field season. The University of Oregon junior was recognized by the U.S.
Mohawks girls make provincial Final Four

Mohawks girls make provincial Final Four

They're in like Flynn, and they aim to win. Soon they'll find what all the Hoopla is about.

Smaller can be better than bigger

For years, we've been seeing a lot of things get bigger, in the hopes that they would also get better. Local hospital boards became health districts, then the districts became regions.
Local high school teams off to Hoopla

Local high school teams off to Hoopla

The 1A girls' and 1A boys' regional basketball tournaments were held on March 18-19 at Lake Lenore School. Both Lake Lenore Senior boys' and girls' basketball teams will be heading to Hoopla March 24-26 after winning their tournaments.
Coach looks back on Broncos season

Coach looks back on Broncos season

The hanging heads of the players told the entire story. The Humboldt Broncos are "disappointed" to have had their season end so early, in the first round of playoffs, with a 4-2 series loss to the Melfort Mustangs.

People not happy with health care

I read with interest the comments by columnist Murray Mandryk in the Feb 3, 2011 edition of "Opinion." Mr.
Humboldt Broncos award winners

Humboldt Broncos award winners

Award winners at the Humboldt Broncos end-of-season banquet included: back row (from left): Jake Rawlins, Brett Pisio, Nathan Hudema, Taylor Johnson, Andrew Bodnarchuk, Josh Roach, and Neil Landry.
To renovate or build? City asking public that question

To renovate or build? City asking public that question

The city is looking for input from the public as to what to do with Sutherland Theatre and a local elementary school gym.
Play leaves audience fit to be tied

Play leaves audience fit to be tied

Betty Botter's batter really isn't all that bitter. And thanks to a chance at sweet redemption, neither are the members of the Bitter Batter School staff. Except, of course, for Mr. Hygiene.