Futuristic Industries Inc. has been a part of the community of Humboldt for about 44 years now. They provide vocational training, residential support, recreational opportunities, employment support, individuals programs, and service and community involvement for people who are intellectually disabled. Futuristic consists of 43 individuals that take part in wood works, recycling work, and activities. To read the original story click here.
Xavier Labelle will be performing the duties of a Hockey Operations Assistant for the Saskatoon Blades this upcoming hockey season. The 1999 born defenseman has been a member of the Humboldt Broncos over the past 2 years and is no stranger to the locker room of the Saskatoon Blades as he attended training camp with the team from 2014 - 2016. To read the original story click here.
The Saskatchewan Association of Broadcasters are honoring the late Tyler Bieber. They are renaming their Scholarship award for the University of Saskatchewan Fine Arts, The Tyler Bieber Memorial Scholarship Award. To read the original story click here.
MS or Multiple Sclerosis affects the lives of 3,400 people in the province of Saskatchewan to this day. So Terri Hamilton was in Waskesiu last weekend for the MS Bike Tour to raise fund for people with MS. To read the original story click here.
Two new businesses will tentatively be open by the end of the year on the west end of Humboldt. Martin Blair, President of West Humboldt Properties LTD. and Owner Quill Centre was excited to announce that Pet Valu, as well as Sobeys Liquor, will be opening their doors to the city of Humboldt in the brand new two tenant building. "These things don't move quickly...we are well under construction, we are hoping to have the tenants in and doing their interior improvements so they can open before the end of the year if possible." To read the original story click here.
Written by Rory McGouran Big Brothers Big Sisters of Humboldt & Area (BBBS) held their annual Big Celebration on Thursday, September 20th at the Humboldt and District Museum & Gallery. The event was to celebrate the supporters and volunteers who have been involved with BBBS throughout the year. To read the original story click here.
The United Arab Emirates has no shortage of gold, but it's a different type of gold Tia Zimmerman will be after when she heads to Abu Dhabi in March, a gold medal. Tia Zimmerman, from Englefeld, will be part of Team Canada's swimming team for the Special Olympics World Games that take place in Abu Dhabi, UAE in March of 2019. To read the original story click here.