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"The history of the cowboy and his way of life needs to be told": MLA Donna Barnett
Also popular were Emma, Sophia, Emily and Ava for girls, and Mason, Ethan, Lucas and Benjamin for boys (With interactive charts)
It's a first for Canadian buy and sell websites, where sellers can donate the proceeds of their sales directly to national, local charities.
Negotiators for both sides in bitter strike expected to meet as early as today
Voting for the Next Generation People's Choice photo contest is open until Sept. 7 at midnight
More than 2,100 entries received for the second annual contest
More than 3,500 people attended the 38th annual Elders Gathering in Penticton July 7 to 9.
A Houston high school graduate was on the list of nominees at the recent Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
Steelworkers voted 89 per cent to reject the latest contract offer from Canfor.
The Bulkley Valley Rapids U14 girls team won the Fair Play Award at the recent U14 Provincials.
The Huckleberry Mine rescue team is training hard to ensure they remain one of the top teams in B.C. at the upcoming competition.
Some parents at Twain Sullivan Elementary School are upset with the material covered by a public health nurse with grades 6-7 students.
Property Tax rates in the District of Houston will go up an overall of 1.8 percent on the municipal portion this year.
Susan Gail Leuenberger of Houston will pay a maximum of $638,991.10 to Kyah Industries Ltd. (KIL).
The Unist’ot’en, part of the Wet’suwet’en Nation, have once again prohibited further development on territory south of Houston.
Veterans, cadets, RCMP, the local Fire Department and many local citizens came out last Sunday to honour the service of war veterans.
The Houston Luckies faced a disappointing defeat last weekend as they fell 10-2 to their Bulkley Valley rivals, the Smithers Steelheads.
Legion Ladies Auxiliary and helpers served a hot turkey dinner to veterans and friends at the Legion after Remembrance Day services Sunday.
Last Tuesday evening, an angler from Anchorage, Alaska was mauled by a grizzly bear along the Morice River.
If no steps are taken to boost timber supplies in the central interior, a special committee says some 20 mills could close over 20 years.