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Canfor is completing a shadow analysis to protect their timber rights and verify forest inventory.
April is cancer awareness month, and the Houston branch of the Cancer Society is planning an Italian dinner fundraiser June 1.
Houston council cut many projects from the 2015 budget. Most were proposed Leisure Services projects.
Reverend Jacob Worley used to work for the U.S. Department of Defence at the White Sands Missile Range, before heading into ministry.
"People need to be wary. If they think something is suspicious or too good to be true, it probably is," said RCMP Sgt. Stephen Rose.
The District of Houston has over $3.4 million for 2015 projects, most funded through grants, money from previous years and 2015 taxes.
"Due to extreme weather and bad road conditions we experience, it is imperative that ambulances are equipped with four wheel drive."
A fundraiser barbecue last Friday showed great support for Rebecca Ells, who heads to Wrestling Provincials in New Brunswick April 8 to 13.
Northern Health is recruiting to hire international doctors, but getting one for Houston will take at least a year.
Previously run out of Smithers, Houston is now managing its own soccer budget and field development.
Houston bowlers Dan Stuart, George Fitchet and Brian Smith earned second place at the Club 55+ Bowling Zones in Prince George March 14.
Minister of Education Peter Fassbender visited HSS March 16 and said he was very impressed by the engagement and passion he saw.
Houston Cancer Society volunteers sold out 12 boxes of daffodils in the mall March 19 and 20, raising $3,000 for the cause.
Houston council is lobbying for more staff in the Houston Ministry of Forests office, and sent a letter to Victoria early-March.
Public use of the Houston Leisure Facility is steadily decreasing, and revenue in the last three years has dropped 24 percent.
Last weekend, Houston Figure Skating Club put on a spring carnival themed "Remarkable Heroes and Villains," for their family and friends.
Canfor says the pending drop in timber harvest will not substantially impact operation in Houston.
The annual allowable cut was announced March 16, and the Morice (Houston) harvest is down 12%, with another 16% drop in 2020.
The Competition Bureau ruled last week that the 2014 Canfor and West Fraser exchange of timber rights did not restrict competitive market.
Houston's new restaurant owner Raj Grewal grew up in Punjab, India, and has years of managerial experience.