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Humboldt Rescue Squad to celebrate 30 years

  by Danny Wade A group of men and women that have dedicated their lives to saving lives is celebrating 30 years of service to Humboldt and the surrounding area. Humboldt Area Rescue Squad has been working many types of accidents, providing medical and public assistance for three decades. The celebration will take place Saturday,…

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Marchers brave cold to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

  by Brittan Pyron A small crowd of Humboldtians braved the cold Monday morning to gather in celebration of Martin Luther King Day. Temperatures were below 30 degrees but that did not stop this crowd from completing its annual march from Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church to the Municipal Building, where a short wreath laying…

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School board struggles to elect chairman, approves budget

by Danny Wade The first meeting of the year for the Humboldt School Board got off to a rocky start. The simple task of electing a chairman, vice chairman and TLN representative soon became difficult. As the first item of business, board chairman, Terry Johnson, bypassed seeking nominations for chairman. Instead, he made the motion…

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Three Way city board tackles busy January agenda

                            The city of Three Way welcomed 2019 with the swearing in of the mayor and an alderman. Mayor Larry Sanders and Alderlady Mary Ann Tremblay were both re-elected during the November election. Monday, January 7 was the city board’s first meeting…

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MLK march slated Monday

by Danny Wade With the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday next Monday, Humboldt area citizens, businesses and the city will all come together to honor the late civil rights leader for the annual MLK Day march. Other celebrations will be held around town as well. The march will begin Monday, January 21 at 9 a.m.…

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DeLoach honored for covering decades of Humboldt sports

Mr. Sports by Amber Adams One of Humboldt biggest sports fans was recognized during Friday’s basketball games against Trinity Christian Academy. Barry DeLoach, former sport writer and photographer for the Humboldt Chronicle, was honored for his service covering Humboldt sports for over 20 years. In between the Vikings’ and Lady Vikings’ games Friday night, DeLoach…

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Juveniles to be tried as adults

Three juveniles involved in a shooting in Humboldt last October are now being charged as adults. The incident happened October 12, 2018 on South 19th Ave in Humboldt. A white female received a serious gunshot injury and is still recovering from her injuries. Kylen Juuan Pettigrew, Joshua Stephen Holloway and Malik Keyon Armstrong were transferred…

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