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Local music students earn honours

Local music students earn honours

Local music student Victoria Mahmood, 10, has been awarded a Royal Conservatory Gold Medal for the highest mark in Grade 2 Violin in Saskatchewan for 2012.

Gay and lesbian support group opens Humboldt chapter with first meeting

Humboldt's gay and lesbian community now has an organization to call its own. The inaugural meeting of the Humboldt chapter of Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) was held on May 19 at the Westminster United Church.

Fiddle music enjoyed

Irene Kerr, Marilyn Stewart and Tillie Linkert were some of the apartment people who were on a bus trip to the Holes and Evergreen greenhouses in Edmonton, Alta. They enjoyed the day with all the other travellers.

Seniors shine spotlight on affordable assisted living

City council heard from an informal committee on assisted living in Humboldt on May 13.
Local artist will have comic published this fall

Local artist will have comic published this fall

Elaine Will was just 17 when she had what she called "a nervous breakdown". She didn't sleep for a week. It was her last year of high school and she worried endlessly about getting good grades and going to a great university.
Folk Fest brings the world to Humboldt

Folk Fest brings the world to Humboldt

St. Augustine School may be in Humboldt, but for one day it became home to the world. On May 9 the school hosted its first ever Folk Fest, designed to teach students, teachers and others about cultures from all over the world.
Flippin' fiddler set to perform Legion fundraiser

Flippin' fiddler set to perform Legion fundraiser

The Scott Woods Show "Swingin' Fiddles" makes its way to Humboldt

Film fundraiser a success for Humboldt and District Museum

Supporters of the Humboldt and District Museum and Gallery received a special glance at underwater archeology. A film-feature fundraiser was hosted by the Museum in conjunction with sponsors Reel Attractions and Stantec Consulting.

On Stage Dance Festival wraps up another year

Some 800 dancers converged upon the Humboldt Uniplex between April 11 and 14, to compete in the annual On Stage Dance Festival held in Humboldt.
Finding yourself Somewhere in Saskatchewan

Finding yourself Somewhere in Saskatchewan

Audiences can get lost Somewhere.Saskatchewan playwright Kelley Jo Burke and singer-songwriter Carrie Catherine will bring the production "Somewhere, SK" to the stage at Dancing Sky Theatre later this month.