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LeRoy church closing after over 100 years of service

LeRoy church closing after over 100 years of service

It's a sad time for the members of the Zion Lutheran Church in LeRoy. The church will be closing its doors this fall, after 100 years of servicing the area. "We will be having a closing service on October 2 at 2 p.m.
Go on an art adventure at Culture Day

Go on an art adventure at Culture Day

Ever wanted to try your hand at stained glass? How about woodworking, drawing, painting or papermaking? If you've dreamed of embarking on an art adventure of this sort, you will get a chance to try your hand at any and all of these things at the Humb
Museum exhibit looks at Humboldt's heritage

Museum exhibit looks at Humboldt's heritage

A unique look at heritage is the theme of the latest exhibit at the Humboldt and District Museum and Gallery, entitled Humboldt's Heritage Resources.
Prairie North launches state-of-art surgical info system

Prairie North launches state-of-art surgical info system

Prairie North Health Region had a chance to show off a new electronic surgical information system now in place at the hospital, The system, described as an electronic system that streamlines the process for patients and staff, is now in operation at
Weber plays at National Music Festival

Weber plays at National Music Festival

It was a great experience for a local musician. Gerard Weber, a saxophone player from Humboldt, recently placed second in his category in the National Music Festival in Antigonish, Nova Scotia August 11-13.
Artist shows her affinity with animals in new exhibit

Artist shows her affinity with animals in new exhibit

It will be the first time local artist Karen Holden has exhibited at the Hand Wave Gallery in Meacham.
Pianist closes Marysburg Festival on a Romantic note

Pianist closes Marysburg Festival on a Romantic note

On July 13, music of the Romantic era filled Assumption Church in Marysburg when pianist Richard Konrad gave a recital of works by Schubert, Beethoven, Liszt and Bartok. It was the closing concert of the 2011 Marysburg Festival of the Arts.
No metal wasted on Mollenbeck farm

No metal wasted on Mollenbeck farm

Barely a scrap of leftover metal goes to waste on Wilfred Mollenbeck's farm near St. Gregor. There are samples of his metal creations all over the yard, but the one that sticks out the most stands over 40 feet high.
Children's choir fills Assumption church

Children's choir fills Assumption church

The day was stormy, the crowd was large, and the performance was memorable. About 200 people came out to Assumption Church in Marysburg on a stormy evening to take in a performance of the Saskatoon Children's Choir.
Take an art break

Take an art break

Take a break some afternoon in the near future to experience the newest exhibition in the Main Salon of the Chapel Gallery. "Meditations" features works by painter Jean E. Sonmor and will be on display until Aug. 30.