Friday July 11, 2014




  • Catching a chuckle at the Carnival of Calamities

    The performance featured the magical and comedic talents of Allister Denton and his accomplices, “Pinky and Ballz,” also known as Jordan Geisler and Cole Shaheen respectively.

  • Local Canada Day celebration a success

    With the sun shining bright, the City of Humboldt held a successful Canada Day program at Water Ridge Park.
    “It was absolutely a success,” said Mike Ulriksen, the coordinator of the event. “The fact that we woke up in the morning and had sunshine was a huge accomplishment of itself.”

  • Gardiner earns NHL camp invite

    Humboldt product Reid Gardiner hoped to don a sweater at the NHL entry draft in Philadelphia on June 28, but when that didn't work out, he was pleased to receive an invite to the Minnesota Wild's development camp.
    “It was good news to hear that I got a camp invite,” said Gardiner, who will take part in...

Top Headlines

REACT dealing with unwanted waste

REACT Waste Management employees have been shown blatant disrespect by unknown members of the...

Another avenue for victims of bullying

It’s another step forward in the struggle against bullying. The Saskatchewan government has...

Supporting our troops with a golf club

My Melanie JacobJournal Staff Writermjacob@humboldtjournal.ca For the second year in a row, the...

Saskatchewan residents warned to take precautions against Hantavirus

By Melanie JacobJournal Staff Writermjacob@humboldtjournal.ca A recent death caused by a...

Local RCMP challenge students to a DARE

During the months of April, May and June, police officers (Cst. Erin Charabin, Cst. Trevor Scott...

SGI targets reckless drivers

The Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) put new traffic laws into effect on June 27.  The ...

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...

Brockman moves on from Broncos

After 10 seasons with the SJHL club, Dean Brockman is bidding farewell to the Humboldt Broncos. He...

Former Bronco soaks in CHL championship

Riley Kieser couldn't have finished his junior hockey career on a brighter note. He not only won a...

Paying tribute to Ralph Klassen

Roughly 30 years after he hung up his skates, Ralph Klassen remains a legend in St. Gertrude....

Local Sports

Humboldt to host major golf tourney

by KELLY FRIESENJournal editor The Humboldt Golf Club is set to host its second major tournament...



HCI athletes capture track accolades

by  KELLY FRIESEN Journal editor Humboldt Collegiate Institute athletes walked out of Moose...



Tokarski's long road to The Show

By Kelly FriesenJournal Editor Dustin Tokarski took the road less travelled on his way to the...




Recent News

Lawless politicians

It’s sad, but in the year 2014 it’s business as usual to hear a politician...


Generation screwed

This past week millions of teenagers across the world graduated from high school. They...


A staple of the Prairies featured in gallery

Like most kids growing up in Saskatchewan in the 1920s and ‘30s, Greg Raskob...


Time to tidy up a blooming community

It’s that time of the year once again when Humboldt dusts itself off and sparkles ...


Kenney to consider local exemptions to TFW program after provincial complaints

CHARLOTTETOWN - Employment Minister Jason Kenney said Friday he's willing to consider "local...


The latest changes to Canada's sanctions list in Russia and Ukraine

OTTAWA - Canada has added another 14 individuals to the list of people under economic sanctions and ...




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