Four Houston Secondary students trained last Friday, as part of the wildfire Junior Initial Attack Crew under the Ministry of Forests.
Houston’s soup kitchen, “Love by the Bowl,” closes its doors next Wednesday due to the building sale, but are looking to relocate.
A group of kids from the Houston Friendship Centre toured the firehall and learned some of the tricks of the trade last Thursday morning.
Grandparents flooded the halls and classrooms of the Christian School last Thursday, visiting grandchildren before taking them to lunch.
The Houston Legion served over 100 lunches at their annual Mother's Day Luncheon last Friday.
Kindergarden and grade one classes from Twain Sullivan toured the Bulkey Valley Credit Union and Insurance facilities last Friday.
Writing her memoir "Running from Cancer" is one of the things that keeps DebiLyn Smith feeling strong and grateful she's alive.
Leading a quilting workshop, Donna Schmidt taught Houston quilters how to sew a "New York Beauty" quilt block last Saturday.
Houston Link to Learning runs events and regular programs to improve community literacy and strengthen families.
Three local Chamber of Commerce members travelled to China to be introduced to Chinese culture and learn about business there.
Groups and schools across town participated in pitch in last week, collecting littered garbage to clean up the town for spring.
The Morice Forest Salvage Society donated $6,036 to local community groups, splitting it between six groups.
Fifty-eight Twain Sullivan students presented “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” last Saturday with the Missoula Children’s Theatre.
Silverthorne Elementary students and staff enjoyed an Earth Day breakfast together in the school hallways last Thursday.
674 students once again crowded the school halls last week, ready for another year.
Pictures of Houston Secondary students showing off their work at the HSS Art Fair, touring Europe and fund raising.
"You can change your life," said Sharron Redford, aboriginal support worker for students at Silverthorne Elementary School.
"Of the four small towns I've lived in, I'd say this one impresses me the most," said new Director of Finance Mark Wiber.
The girls in the Houston Sparks Club were running around the Houston mall last Wednesday selling cookies to fund raise for their club.
GEMS girls club held a princess tea for their season wrap up at the Community Hall last Thursday.
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