Thursday July 24, 2014




  • Digging up stories from the past

    They only have a short window of time, but in one week the Humboldt & District Museum is hoping to get one step closer to answers while excavating at the Original Humboldt site.
    “We’re looking for trenches. How big is this site? We’ve only had this site for a while,” said Jennifer Hoesgan, the ...

  • The judgment of a blooming community

    After weeks of preparations and cleaning up, the city can finally stop holding its breath as the 2014 Communities in Bloom (CIB) contest has finished making its way through Humboldt.
    The two judges, Claire Laberge and Gerry Teahen, arrived here on July 15 with their profiles in hand and began their tour around the...

  • Hergott suits up in major hoops tourney

    Humboldt native Brianne Hergott suited up with the best of the best in U17 girls basketball. The HCI Mohawk played for the U17 Team Sask. in the 17th annual MSNM National Basketball Championship in Seattle a couple of weekends ago.
    The 48-team tournament is designed to give NCAA teams a long look at some of the top...

Top Headlines

St. John's celebrates its centennial birthday

St. John's Lutheran Church celebrates its centennial birthday this year and the church didn't let...

The little pests bite the dust

It seems that if residents aren't getting flooded out of their homes, pesky mosquitoes are chasing...

Updating progress out in the field

Despite the rainy weather, the Western Beef Development Centre (WBDC) had a healthy turnout of more ...

Provincial 55 Plus Games a hit in Humboldt

The City of Humboldt hit the 55Plus Games out of the park this past week. The provincial event not...

LeRoy raises over 120K for new rink

The community of LeRoy is one-step closer to building its new rink as they held a successful...

New booster seat law in effect

Saskatchewan parents shouldn't be quick to throw out their booster seats. SGI put a new law into...

Hering represents HCI at Canada Cup

Tristan Hering represented the HCI Mohawks at the U18 Canada Cup over the past couple of weeks in...

Peewee Dodgers win Saskatoon 'AAA' tourney

The Humboldt peewee Dodgers drove out of Saskatoon on July 5 with Queen’s We are the...

Gardiner earns NHL camp invite

Humboldt product Reid Gardiner hoped to don a sweater at the NHL entry draft in Philadelphia on...

Brockman lends Broncos “helping hand”

Even though Dean Brockman moved on from the Humboldt Broncos to become the new assistant coach of...

Humboldt introduces summer sports camps

Humboldt athletes don’t have to leave town this summer to hone their athletic abilities. The...

Catching up with hometown legend Brendan Witt

Hometown hockey legend Brendan Witt has traded in his hockey stick for a lasso. The former NHL...

Local Sports

Brockman moves on from Broncos

by  KELLY FRIESEN Journal editor After 10 seasons with the SJHL club, Dean Brockman is...



Former Bronco soaks in CHL championship

by  KELLY FRIESEN Journal editor Riley Kieser couldn’t have finished his junior hockey ...



Paying tribute to Ralph Klassen

by  KELLY FRIESEN Journal editor Roughly 30 years after he hung up his skates, Ralph Klassen ...




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