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The crime and violence in Houston is climbing to alarming rates, now at the "highest ever in Houston."
Coastal Gaslink is considering the former HFP site for a staging area, used for rail access during the two years of pipeline construction.
Coastal Gaslink plans for a construction camp 23 km from Houston on the Parrott Trail Forest Service Road, accessed via Morice River Road.
Northern Health plans to have doctors and other health services work more collaboratively in the Houston Health Centre.
A less structured program, the Houston Christian Hockey League is geared towards fun, family and teaching kids to help each other out.
The District of Houston wants to ramp up the Canada Day celebration this year, and has applied for a $10,000 grant to do so.
The Houston Library was officially recognized 50 years ago today, on January 28, 1965, but unofficially it's been running since the 1920s.
A committee of Houston health and service providers is developing a Health & Wellness Charter for Houston.
Police arrested three males who broke into Houston Secondary School and North Star Performance last week.
ACT is gearing up for the second annual Winterfest celebration on Family Day and the week prior.
Houston council turned down an annual increase in wages at the council meeting last Tuesday.
Houston resident Carol Daykin is raising concern about a hole in the dike northwest of 6th Street and the danger it poses.
Houston property values are among the few to drop in the northwest area in 2015, though the average house is worth the same.
The Granisle hunting guide is was found guilty and is facing fines for a Mexican client who shot a grizzly outside of the guide area.
The diabetes diagnoses six years ago changed life for Jenna and her family, who have to be constantly vigilant about Jenna's health.
Kids from the Houston Christian School enjoyed a beautiful winter day at Rock Nest Ranch just before the holidays.
Houston's Rob Newell was re-elected Regional District Director for the Houston Rural area, with 975 voters and 14,446 square kilometres
Five Houston students graduated from the first-ever Mineral Processing Operator course that meets industry-designed occupational standards.
The Houston Water Treatment Plant is costing the District nearly $43,000 extra for groundwork and extra supplies.
Over the past two years, Library funding from the District of Houston has increased 12 percent to $118,000 starting 2015.