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Wheelchair races were part of this year's Cy-Hawk Rivalry on Sumner event, which went off without a hitch last Thursday in downtown Humboldt. See more photos from the event in this week's Humboldt Independent and online at www.humboldtnews.com.
Thursday, September 14, 2017
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By Kent Thompson The Humboldt City Council was caught in a “Catch 22” position in regard to a city ordinance during its meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 5. The Council approved on second reading an ordinance amending Chapter 160 of City Code, pertaining to flood plain regulations. The Federal... + continue reading

Ron and Pam Sande (left) and right) are shown with Ken and Marilyn Nielsen at the site of the new Humboldt Recreation Center currently under construction on Wildcat Road. Ron and Pam Sande are contributing $125,000 towards the $500,000 goal to equip the rec center once it is built. See this photo and more at www.humboldtnews.com. Humboldt Independent photo.
Thursday, September 14, 2017
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Ron and Pam Sande made a $125,000 donation to Ken and Marilyn Nielsen to help equip the new Humboldt Recreation Center (HRC). Ken and Marilyn Nielsen are building the rec center on about five acres just north of Humboldt High School along Wildcat Road. Once the building is completed, the... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
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It appears the Humboldt Community School District will have two new directors on the Board of Education, according to unofficial election results released Tuesday evening by the Humboldt County Auditor’s Office. For Humboldt director district one, challenger Michael Heier topped incumbent... + continue reading
Friday, September 8, 2017
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The Humboldt High School 2017 Homecoming Court has been announced. Homecoming Queen candidates pictured in front from left to right are: Abi Collins, Sophia Carver, Cassie Peyton, Gabby Kent, Lizzie Tecklenburg and Bri Jenson. King candidates pictured in back from left are: Isaac Thurm, Hunter... + continue reading

Panoramic vistas of the Des Moines River and surrounding countryside are available on the Hardpack 30 bike ride Saturday, Sept. 23, from Rutland to Rolfe and back along the Three Rivers Trail. There is still time to sign up and the cost is $30 with proceeds going to trail improvements in Humboldt and Pocahontas counties. People can register at www.hardpack30.com.
Thursday, September 7, 2017
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The sixth annual Humboldt County Hardpack 30 bicycle ride on the Three Rivers Trail will be Saturday, Sept. 23, starting at 9:30 a.m. at Rutland. Riders will pedal from Rutland to Rolfe, a distance of about 13.5 miles. And then they’ll return to Rutland (27 miles round trip). Entry fee is $30,... + continue reading

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