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COVID dashboard to include age categories, record high 506 daily cases reported

COVID dashboard to include age categories, record high 506 daily cases reported

Dashboard will soon show cases by age category, after pressure on public to release more detailed data
Pre-season Tisdale Trojans game packs RECplex

Pre-season Tisdale Trojans game packs RECplex

Tisdale Trojans fans were finally able to see their team in action last weekend after about 10 months of waiting.
Carlton Trail—Eagle Creek candidates speak their minds at all-candidates forum

Carlton Trail—Eagle Creek candidates speak their minds at all-candidates forum

Five of the six candidates in Carlton Trail—Eagle Creek spoke at the Humboldt and District Chamber of Commerce's all-candidates forum, touching on subjects like debt, agricultural trade with China, truth and reconciliation, and vaccinations.
Record number of COVID-19 cases in Humboldt area

Record number of COVID-19 cases in Humboldt area

There are 53 active COVID-19 cases in Central East 1 as of Sept. 12. The previous record was 50 active cases, set March 2.
Three dead due to collision near Watson

Three dead due to collision near Watson

Investigation determined that a minivan collided with a truck towing a boat on a trailer.
Humboldt Sobeys now carrying local First Nation cleaning products

Humboldt Sobeys now carrying local First Nation cleaning products

Nîkihk cleaning products, made by a First Nations company, can now be found in Humboldt.
Watson gauging community interest in dog park

Watson gauging community interest in dog park

The Town of Watson is gauging community interest in a dog park, following a letter being presented to council with eight resident signatures proposing the idea.
Humboldt Collegiate Institute sport teams begin season

Humboldt Collegiate Institute sport teams begin season

The Humboldt Collegiate Institute football team fell in its season-opening tilt, the Seniors Girls volleyball team won the Wakaw tournament last weekend, and the two golf teams are preparing to compete.
Humboldt Collegiate Institute Mohawks football to celebrate 50th season at first home game

Humboldt Collegiate Institute Mohawks football to celebrate 50th season at first home game

Former Mohawks players are making the journey home as the Humboldt Collegiate Institute team plans to celebrate its 50th season at a home game on Sept. 17.
Selnes: Lots of areas where Riders need to get better

Selnes: Lots of areas where Riders need to get better

Coach Craig Dickenson summed up the state of the Riders after their loss to the Blue Bombers in the Banjo Bowl by stating Winnipeg is quite a bit better than the Riders right now. He then stated he believes the Riders will get better.