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Crime Stoppers: Five left on wanted list

Crime Stoppers: Five left on wanted list

If your tip leads to an arrest or charge, you may be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000.
Tickets for doing things right: Positive ticketing program returns to Humboldt

Tickets for doing things right: Positive ticketing program returns to Humboldt

Positive behaviour by youth, like wearing helmets on bikes, crossing the street at crosswalks or helping someone else be safe, will be rewarded with a positive ticket if seen by local emergency service organizations.
Missing Persons Week. Let’s bring them HOME

Missing Persons Week. Let’s bring them HOME

See their faces. Remember their names. Report information if you have it.
Bjorkdale News: Three locals recognized at Tisdale Minor Hockey Association awards night

Bjorkdale News: Three locals recognized at Tisdale Minor Hockey Association awards night

Nolan Horn, Layne Guest and Joseph Alderman of Bjorkdale received awards at the awards night, held April 27.
Sask. farm delivers enormous lamb

Sask. farm delivers enormous lamb

The 24.6 pound lamb was born during a difficult birth, but there were no injuries and mother and baby are thriving.
LeRoy’s Hamilton wins Horizon Central Athletic Association senior girls archery championship

LeRoy’s Hamilton wins Horizon Central Athletic Association senior girls archery championship

Hamilton shot 254, topping her nearest competitor by nine points.
Melfort's Friesen-Weir a leader, top performer for Dalhousie women’s track and field team

Melfort's Friesen-Weir a leader, top performer for Dalhousie women’s track and field team

Friesen-Weir won bronze in triple jump and placed fourth in long jump at the Atlantic University Sport championships.
Grow Hope Saskatchewan provides food assistance around the world

Grow Hope Saskatchewan provides food assistance around the world

Funds raised through the grain-growing project are used to support people around the world who need emergency food assistance, as well as improving long-term food security.
Humboldt RCMP want information on garbage bag vandals

Humboldt RCMP want information on garbage bag vandals

Businesses are seeing their dumpsters entered and garage bags being torn up. Refuse is then being spread in the alleys.
Humboldt Canada Day fireworks to remain at Centennial Park

Humboldt Canada Day fireworks to remain at Centennial Park

In a report to council, Humboldt city staff said they received an “overwhelming positive response” to keeping the fireworks at Centennial Park.