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Broad descriptive terms to replace specific scores
The kermode that’s been hanging around town has now been returned to the wild
Students are no longer measured by whether or not they meet expectations for their grade level
With few more approvals, the northwest college plans to officially request the name change this fall
Northern Health rolls out new framework for healthcare in Terrace
Mills Memorial Hospital will offer services across the northwest, Houston to Haida Gwaii
Black Press media rider Arnold Lim, tests his hill biking four years after his last foray with the Cops for Cancer, Tour de Rock.
People on high doses of opioid prescriptions are being weaned down as the B.C. medical field responds to research revealing harms.
Fort St. John Flyers beat Smithers Steelheads 5-3 last night, knocking Steelheads out of the tournament with two losses in the round robin.
Upper Bulkley River Streamkeepers are moving ahead with a small coho hatchery in Houston.
The Houston founders of Rock Nest Bible Camp were honoured this year for their lifetime of service.
Houston taps will be spewing dark brown water starting late-August.
Canfor and several of their contractors are sponsoring a new scoreboard for the Houston arena.
The Houston bottle depot now accepts milk jugs, cartons, tin cans and all plastics.
Trucks and sleds from Quesnel to Kitimat raced through the mud pits at the Houston Airport last weekend.
Retiring from 32 years teaching at Houston Christian School, Jean Guenther is most well-known for her music.
Over 350 people packed Jamie Baxter Park for Canada Day celebrations last Wednesday, enjoying music, games, barbecue and entertainment.
Houston and Smithers schools will be incorporating CPR and AED (defibrillator) training into the high school curriculum starting September.
The upgrades improve employee safety and combustable dust management, and give energy conservation, cost reduction and better productivity.
Mud pits will be loaded with action at the Houston Mud Drags July 11 and 12, with $11,400 in prizes and a raffle for rides through the pits.