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HCI Grand Grad

Congratulations to the Humboldt Collegiate Institute Class of 2015!!


107 Days of Summer: Lake Lenore Co-op BBQ


107 Days of Summer made a stop by the Lake Lenore Co-op Grocery Store barbecue on Friday afternoon.

Beautiful temperatures and great food added up to a very successful bbq for the folks at the co-op.

Congrats to all who walked away with a Bolt FM jar.

Note to self: Bring more jars next time! (they were a big hit)


Poor Air Quality Warning



Those that don't know, they would think this is an ok site to see at 6 am on a Monday morning. In reality it describes the poor air quality conditions in the Sure Crop District. A morning at 18 degrees should see a sun so bright it would be near impossible to take this photo. Rather the sun is a big red dot in the sky.


A special air quality statement remains in effect until the smokey air conditions decrease. Effecting the areas of Humboldt, Lanigan, Wadena, Wynyard and Foam Lake regions and abroad areas in southern Saskatchewan. 

While these smoke concentrations will vary widely due to the fire, wind and temperature changes. Poor air quality conditions are most definitely a concern for those that are chronic such as asthma or are involved with strenuous outdoor activities and are advised to stay inside as much as possible.

See full forest fire details here

Pet of the Month

Every month 107 Bolt FM and The Animal Health Clinic of Humboldt will be giving away Free Pet food! All you need to do to quality is every week show us your bia text 320-7987! Every Friday at 8:40 we announce the Pet of the Week and we forward your name in to the draw box for free pet food at the end of the month!


This weeks Pet of the Week is Ella a two week old Chiuahua/Shihtzu!

Congrats to this months winner!

Lyndsay Sorokoski of Watson and her 6 month old German Shepard/ St Bernard cross named Braxx!

pet of the month June 26th 

Just How the Game of Golf Goes


  1. Hazards attract; fairways repel.
  2. If there’s a storm rolling in, you’ll be having the game of your life.
  3. It takes at least 5 holes to notice that a club is missing.
  4. The ball always lands where the pin was yesterday.
  5. You can hit a 2-acre fairway 10% of the time but a 2-inch branch 90% of the time.
  6. Your straightest iron shot of the day will be exactly one club short.
  7. Golf carts always die at the point on the course that’s farthest from the clubhouse.