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Humboldt Journal & East Central Recorder

Choice key for students

I'm writing to clear up some misinformation around the Government of Saskatchewan's position on educational assistants (EAs).

Standing up

Leadership seems to be a quality that's lacking in the world today. At least when you look at the so-called leaders people elect.Most of those turn out not to be leaders, but to be reactors.

G8 costs chump change

The total amount spent on G8 and G20 security cost and Mr. Ignatieff's Lake Wastemataxes works out to no more than $48 per taxpayer.

University of Regina convocation celebrates students from across Saskatchewan

A number of students from the Humboldt region celebrated their graduation from the University of Regina at the institutions 36th annual spring convocation June 9, 10 and 11 at the Conexus Arts Centre.
Irene Marie Philomene Salikin (Perron)

Irene Marie Philomene Salikin (Perron)

August 23, 1930 - May 28, 2010 Irene Marie Philomene Perron was born on the family farm near Kelvington on August 23, 1930, to Omer and Cecile Perron. She worked out at various places before finding her husband-to-be.
Harry Ernest Ford

Harry Ernest Ford

Harry Ernest FordMarch 2, 1915 - June 10, 2010With heavy hearts we announce that Ernest Ford died unexpectedly and peacefully at his farm home near Humboldt. He left a powerful legacy for all who knew and loved him.
Mr. Larry Briske

Mr. Larry Briske

The sudden and unexpected death of Mr. Larry Briske, 60 years of Jansen, SK occurred at Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon on Tuesday, June 1, 2010. Larry was born at Wynyard on October 17th, 1949 the eldest of three sons to Mr.

City pavement rehab

Let the paving begin. Humboldt City Council put the finishing touches on the 2010 paving program at their regular meeting on May 10. The 2010 Pavement Rehabilitation program will begin in concert with the West Highway 5, Peck Road, and Hwy.

Bamford Concert proceeds

It, but it raised a huge chunk of change. The Gord Bamford concert, held May 1 at the Elgar Petersen Arena in Humboldt and put on by local 4-H clubs attracted a crowd of over 1,000 people - not a bad size, but not the sell-out they were hoping for.
Eat their bubbles

Eat their bubbles

The Humboldt Legion Swim Team (HLST) held their sprint meet on June 12 at the Aquatic Centre. There were 77 swimmers at the meet from different clubs across the province, 17 swimmers from Humboldt.
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