Friday October 24, 2014

  • Taking their lumps and fighting back

    Karen Weiman managed to raise the most money of all the participants at the Saskatoon CIBC Run for a Cure for breast cancer. At the time of the event, Weiman had raised just over $4,000. Since then, donations are still coming and at last count, she was at approximately $4,265.

  • Social justice takes a front seat

    Social justice activists from all over the province were in Humboldt on Oct. 18 for an Amnesty International (Saskatchewan branch) conference. Attendees took in three workshops and got to network with people active in Amnesty and other like-minded individuals.

  • A song and a strut for charity

    The German Heritage Society Humboldt & District held a German supper and fashion show for the Saskatchewan German Council’s 30th anniversary on Oct. 17.

Top Headlines

Kinettes craft successful show

By Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Over 60 vendors came out...

Regional organization able to reach more

by Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Humboldt and...

Development talks over lunch with Hardy

By Melanie JacobJournal In the meantime, while it’s soon to...

Barking mad with laughter

By Melanie JacobJournal The Humboldt Society for the Protection of ...

Lowering the barriers for disabled workers

By Melanie JacobJournal During the month of October, Humboldt and...

Unveiling of latest exhibits at gallery

By Melanie JacobJournal EditorIn a double whammy, the Humboldt & District Gallery is welcoming...

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 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...

Sports Hall of Fame inductees chosen

By Melanie JacobJournal With nominations over, the Humboldt Sports ...

Broncos break out buffet for the community

By Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff The Humboldt Broncos...

Broncos teach the next generation of athletes

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

Local Sports

Top of the judges' pick

By Melanie JacobJournal Out of all the judges in Canada, Jocelyn...

Participants dive right into summer program

By Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff It’s almost the...

Broncos moving in on new bench boss

By Kelly FriesenJournal The Humboldt Broncos have made major...

Recent News

Smoking out individual rights

Like a bad penny, it seems the smoking debate has come back to haunt us, but this time...

Misinformation: the new epidemic

The Internet. Tabloids. Social media. All these channels and more are becoming a huge...

Ukrainian dance club brings more culture to the region

by Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff WriterIt’s been a few months...

Culvert cuts flooding at highway junction

By Melanie JacobJournal

Powder-filled envelope sends employee at Cdn consulate in Turkey to hospital

ISTANBUL - Canada's consulate in Istanbul was closed Friday after an employee opened a package...

Ford opts for Mexico instead of Ontario for engine plant, union says

TORONTO - Ford Motor Co. has decided to build its new engine in Mexico after it was unable to reach ...


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