Tuesday September 30, 2014




  • Lighting the flame of activism close to home

    For the first time ever, the internationally recognized human rights group Amnesty International will be holding a conference in Humboldt on Oct. 18 at the Westminster United Church.

  • Drones aren't just for the military anymore; they're being used more and more in agriculture and Humboldt farmers now have access to an entire kit through Farm World.

  • To celebrate Saskatchewan's Culture Days, the Humboldt & District Museum and Gallery is hosting a Culture Days event filled with workshops this Friday and Saturday.
    The event will include a series of concerts on Main Street beginning at 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Top Headlines

Good Neighbour Store celebrates birthday week

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Fostering a solution for everyone

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Identifying and understanding depression as a layperson

By Melanie JacobJournal EditorIt doesn’t have to touch you to keep you bedridden for weeks on ...

Even angels need a seamstress

By Melanie JacobJournal EditorEver since the angeldresses phenomenon took off a few months ago,...

Put up your dukes, Harpauer

By Melanie JacobJournal EditorAs a well-known and vocally active citizen in the community, most...

Young business running smoothly in ABEX eyes

By Melanie JacobJournal EditorWith the 2014 Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce ABEX Awards fast...

Broncos teach the next generation of athletes

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Top of the judges' pick

Out of all the judges in Canada, Jocelyn Moe was one of two females selected to be a judge for the...

Participants dive right into summer program

By Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Reporterrtarnowetzki@humboldtjournal.ca It’s almost the...

Broncos moving in on new bench boss

By Kelly FriesenJournal editorkfriesen@humboldtjournal.ca The Humboldt Broncos have made major...

Hergott suits up in major hoops tourney

Humboldt native Brianne Hergott suited up with the best of the best in U17 girls basketball. The...

Hering represents HCI at Canada Cup

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

Local Sports

Peewee Dodgers win Saskatoon 'AAA' tourney

by  KELLY FRIESEN Journal editor The Humboldt peewee Dodgers drove out of Saskatoon on July...



Gardiner earns NHL camp invite

by  KELLY FRIESEN Journal editor Humboldt product Reid Gardiner hoped to don a sweater at...



Brockman lends Broncos “helping hand”

by  KELLY FRIESEN Journal editor Even though Dean Brockman moved on from the Humboldt...




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