Friday November 28, 2014




  • After five years, a completed Humboldt Public School revealed

    After five years of planning, construction, and demolition, staff and students at Humboldt Public School (HPS) held a grand opening for their renovated facility on Nov. 21. The day included speakers on behalf of the school staff, the city, the students, the school division and the new, connected daycare centre.

  • Former Humboldtian puts insider knowledge to good use in new book

    John Burton, former Humboldt resident and MP for Regina East, launched his new book Potash: An Inside Account of Saskatchewan’s Pink Gold, to a small audience at the Reid-Thompson Public Library in Humboldt on Nov. 21.

    During his talk, Burton went a bit into the history of potash in...

  • Meet the most expensive baby in Humboldt

    The baby toddling around, smiling, clapping, and playing with everything in sight gives no indication that almost a year earlier, she was fighting for her life in a Hawaiian Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

    "She’s never really missed a beat," said her dad, Darren Kimmel.

Top Headlines

Snow no deterrent for Caleb Village tradeshow customers

For a place normally tranquil and peaceful, Caleb Village was bumping with business and activity on ...

Celebration of sports set to keep on running

The Nov. 10 Sports Hall of Fame induction dinner wasn’t just a night to celebrate its new...

Humboldt joins provincial Main Street program

When one thinks of a lively downtown, one tends to think of old architecture, the hustle and bustle ...

Saskatchewan agriculture pulsing with life in India

The minister may be paying a visit to India, but he isn’t going empty-handed. On Nov. 17,...

Festival of Wreaths well underway and waiting

Since they began a couple weeks ago, the Humboldt & District Museum and Gallery has seen a...

Municipal marks of excellence for gallery

By Melanie JacobJournal Editor It went from a run down old building that no one noticed to a...

A look back at the Mohawks

By Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writerrtarnowetzki@humboldtjournal.caWith the Mohawks’...

Curling club not taken for granite

By Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writerrtarnowetzki@humboldtjournal.ca The Humboldt Curling Club...

Putting his legacy on ice in the Sports Hall of Fame

By Melanie JacobJournal Editormjacob@humboldtjournal.ca Most Canadians who’ve lived here...

Sweeping into the Sports Hall of Fame

By Melanie JacobJournal EditorAfter more than 30 years filled with success, the Bruno Axemen...

Ozzie's legacy to be commemorated in the Hall of Fame

By Melanie JacobJournal Editormjacob@humboldtjournal.ca If there were one person actively involved ...

HCI takes second in volleyball tournament

Ten high school volleyball teams congregated at Humboldt Collegiate Institute for the annual...

Local Sports

Sports Hall of Fame inductees chosen

By Melanie JacobJournal Editormjacob@humboldtjournal.ca With nominations over, the Humboldt Sports ...



Broncos break out buffet for the community

By Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writerrtarnowetzki@humboldtjournal.ca The Humboldt Broncos...



Broncos teach the next generation of athletes

by Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writerrtarnowetzki@humboldtjournal.caThe sun is still hot and the ...




Recent News

Finding the face of Canada

Saskatchewan’s Multicultural Week is upon us until Nov. 26 and it doesn’t...


The court of public opinion

Watching the Jian Ghomeshi situation blow up has been interesting on a few different...


Puppets, costumes, and dancing all part of the show

by Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writer...


Author brings WWI internment camps to light

by Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writer...


B.C. premiers says it's been a year of new relationships with former rivals

VICTORIA - Premier Christy Clark says the past year has been one of surprises over new...


Quebec's 2012 election shooting accused wants bail, claims no memory of event

MONTREAL - The suspect in Quebec's 2012 election shooting says he has no memory of the events...




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