Wednesday April 23, 2014




Opinion

top story

Grocery carts and troglodytes

Ok, so there I was, snaking through the Sobeys parking lot, looking for my coveted, prized parking space like a python after its prey and lo’ and behold, there it was.

Only steps away from...

Editorial

A fine line between history and racism

Last week, the Journal ran an ad from a January 1955 issue. It was an advertisement announcing a...

Mall rats: The new generation

The biggest news around town right now, other than the Broncos ending the Melfort Mustangs’...

A night of validation

In a world where the TSX is oozing with big-names like Canadian Tire Corporation, Imperial Oil...

Not necessarily the news

We only know what the media tells us to know.Sounds a little philosophical right?But it's true....

Know your self-worth

In this edition of the Journal, our reporter Melanie Jacob covers something that has been affecting ...

Before the sun came up

Full disclosure: I can't skate.On the few occasions that I've tried it, I wobble around the ice...

A salute to shift workers

In the middle of the night, when you’re staying awake chipping away at an essay, or suddenly...

OK, now back to reality

So last week, the big focus of our paper was on the downtown and people's expectations of it....

Here's our two cents

As you can see from reading this week's Journal, the hot topic is what the heck to do with the...

Something I like about Humboldt

I'm not really sure whether it falls into my journalistic professionalism to give public accolades...

The scent of the roses

Humboldt Public School was finally torn down this past weekend, after years of what some call...

Oh, be still my heart

There's many movements and causes in Humboldt that happen each and every day; some are well known,...




Quick Vote

  • Are you following how Saskatchewan's Garham DeLaet is faring at the Masters?
  • Yes
  • 61%
  • No
  • 39%
  • Total Votes: 18


Markets





LOG IN



Lost your password?