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Houston RCMP are reporting that Marsha Tom has been found safe by…
Kelly Mann hardly raised an eyebrow to the Canucks’ spectacular win of Round 1 in the playoffs this week.
Did you know that April was Autism Awareness Month?
As of right now, it looks like the Easter Bunny will require snowshoes, and I’m thinking that the colored Easter eggs will be pretty easy to find against a white snowy backdrop.
Worm composting is an excellent way to reduce the amount of garbage from your household as well as create a rich supply of compost.
A movement is growing nationwide. Where does our food come from? What are the healthiest options for ourselves and the environment? Many are returning to the basics of backyard gardening. Keeping with this trend the Houston Community Garden is now taking applications from those wanting to reserve a space in the garden. Come join us. No experience necessary. People of all gardening abilities are invited to learn and share knowledge.
The HSS Arts Fair held Thursday, April 7th was attended by well over 100 people.
A new book about local history strives to tell the story about the wilderness in the Ningunsaw Pass before it becomes a more modern area.
Went to political meeting the other night and listened to the candidate and some very good issues were discussed. At the end of the meeting we were encouraged to help others see the need to vote. Apparently we get a 40ish% turnout, not good for a country as great as Canada. We live in one of the best if not the best country in the world, and I firmly believe that working together we can make it better.
In our ongoing coverage on candidates, recently announced Liberal Kyle Warwick and NDP incumbent Nathan Cullen speak on what they believe in.
Is it just me, or are things slowing down a little bit in Houston?
In high school I waited until the last minute before doing anything.
There always seems to be a need for some sort of a trade off. With all the continuous complaining about our seemingly endless winter, we have finally reached something that resembles Spring.
BC’s new Energy Minister, Rich Coleman, is reportedly taking a careful second look at BC Hydro’s plans to overhaul the province’s dams and transmission lines, as well as Hydro’s plans to implement a smart meter program.
Graduating from high school my girlfriend didn’t know who Ronald Reagan was. This was weird because he was the president of the United States at the time and near the end of his first term. Shocked, I asked her how it was possible she didn’t know this. Shrugging, she replied, “I don’t like the news, it makes me depressed.”
Re: Going Gaga over smart meters (B.C. Views, March 16).
What's the point of having a smart meter without having an automated system that knows which appliances and systems can be safely turned on and off automatically to ensure that the power consumption of a home is kept to an optimal level, depending on time-of-use rates?