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Humboldt Journal & East Central Recorder

Selnes: Why Montreal lost against the Sask. Roughriders

Selnes: Why Montreal lost against the Sask. Roughriders

Columnist Bill Selnes write about why the Montreal Alouettes lost 41-20 on July 2 rather than why the Saskatchewan Roughriders won.
Humboldt ministerial message: Reconciliation and inclusion important

Humboldt ministerial message: Reconciliation and inclusion important

It is vital to remember how the Indigenous people walked on and cared for this land thousands of years before the settlers came. Reconciliation is important. It is also vital to remember that God’s love is for everyone. Inclusion is important.
Court and Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

Court and Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

Courts deal with varied cases, from murder to COVID challenge
Kinistin starts construction on new family resource centre

Kinistin starts construction on new family resource centre

The 8,571 square foot Tikinagan Family Resource Centre is expected to be ready for use in September.
Crops in northwest are progressing, some flooding in low spots

Crops in northwest are progressing, some flooding in low spots

Insect pests are causing some issues across the region and producers have been busy spraying to keep them under control.
Humboldt's Garinger receives SHSAA Outstanding Official award

Humboldt's Garinger receives SHSAA Outstanding Official award

Kevin Garinger has been recognized by the provincial student athletics organization for his commitment to volleyball officiating and to the development of volleyball officials.
Humboldt approves designing dry storm pond at Carl Schenn Park

Humboldt approves designing dry storm pond at Carl Schenn Park

The dry storm pond would give a place for water to go during major storms, reducing flooding around Barnes Crescent. When the weather is dry, it would be used as park space.
Muenster’s Varga playing volleyball internationally this summer

Muenster’s Varga playing volleyball internationally this summer

Skyler Varga competed for the U23 Team Canada at the 2022 Bicentennial Independence Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He'll play for Team Sask. at the Canada Summer Games in Niagara, Ont.
Bjorkdale News: School gives farewell to three staff members

Bjorkdale News: School gives farewell to three staff members

The school organized some videos for all the recipients that included a dance, skits, plays and just overall, having all the students say how much they appreciated them all.
Humboldt's Crozon part of silver-winning Basketball World Cup team

Humboldt's Crozon part of silver-winning Basketball World Cup team

During the tournament, Crozon averaged 3.3 points per game.