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Ribbon cut on Humboldt District Health Complex

Ribbon cut on Humboldt District Health Complex

Years of work culminated in what some called a "wow" day for the people of the Humboldt area on April 1.
Moving next step for Humboldt District Hospital

Moving next step for Humboldt District Hospital

The ribbon has been cut to officially open the new Humboldt District Health Complex (HDHC) but it's not yet open for business.
Pretty powerful in pink

Pretty powerful in pink

Many people remember being singled out for mistreatment in school, whether because they wore braces or glasses, were fat or thin, came from rich or poor families, or their skin was too dark or too light.

Conference promotes violence prevention

It's not often that you hear terms like "violence" and "hope" describing the same event but a conference scheduled in the community next week fits the bill. The third annual Partnering in Hope conference will be held April 12 to 14.
Humboldt resident tells of life in Japan

Humboldt resident tells of life in Japan

He was on the other side of the island when the tsunami hit. Humboldt nativeLance Domotor has been living in Japan since November 1998. He is currently living in Kobe, Hyogo, which in the west part of Honshu Island.

Four candidates ready to race

Nominations for the May 2 federal election are open until Monday, but at least four candidates in the Battlefords-Lloydminster riding have already hit the campaign trail.

Local musicians to join jazz violinist performance

The third event of the Battlefords Jazz Society 2010-11season promises to be a fantastic show, and will include some well-known local talent.

Harpauer bullish on provincial budget

It's an election year in Saskatchewan. And with its latest budget, the Saskatchewan Party could have made all sorts of grand spending gestures in the hopes of winning an easy return to power.

Strong year for Innovation Credit Union

Innovation Credit Union members can look forward to patronage allocation totaling $2.2 million this year. The organization reported 10.9 per cent growth in its total administered assets in 2010.

Disaster plan developed for major flood event

They don't think the spring melt will call for its use, but the City of Humboldt's Emergency Measures Organization (EMO) has developed a new plan if a major flood hits the community.
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