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Waldsea threatened by water; stays close

Waldsea threatened by water; stays close

They worked and worked this spring to get ready to open, but now it is not going to happen. Waldsea Lake Regional Park was set to open on July 1, but rising water levels has forced the park to stay closed.
HDHF celebrates successes and challenges

HDHF celebrates successes and challenges

There are several new faces on the board and they're starting to spend some of the money they've raised. The Humboldt District Hospital Foundation (HDHF) held its annual general meeting in Humboldt on June 16 with close to 30 people in attendance.
Lawrence (Larry) Brecht

Lawrence (Larry) Brecht

1927-2010
Museum Gala

Museum Gala

The Original Humboldt Site may have been drowning in water, but that didn't stop the Humboldt and District Museum and Gallery from having a grand opening of the site.
Wet conditions affecting sports

Wet conditions affecting sports

Due to the record amounts of rainfall this year, many outdoor sports have had difficulties finding time to play. Soccer, baseball and golf are three sports that have been majorly affected by the wet conditions.
Preparing for the flood

Preparing for the flood

Highway crews were out on June 16 to install rip rap along the sides of Highway No. 5, about six kilometers west of Humboldt.
Muenster prepares for LVW Baseball Tournament

Muenster prepares for LVW Baseball Tournament

An annual event is hoping for sunshine and dry conditions next weekend. The 10th annual LVW Baseball tournament in Muenster is set for June 26-27.
Washed Away

Washed Away

With the wettest spring in over 100 years bringing seeding to a standstill in the area, farmers in the Humboldt region are waiting for a government response.
Edward Menz, Sr.

Edward Menz, Sr.

The death of Mr. Edward "Ed" Julius Menz, Sr. of Muenster occurred at Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon, on Sunday, June 20, 2010. He was 94 years of age.

Stupid rain

Rain, rain, go away.Many of us have been singing this song lately as we haul water out of our basements, but a significant group of the population has fallen silent in the past week.