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The Houston Retirement Housing Society wants to raise $100,000 by May 2015 to start building a new home in Pleasant Valley Village.
Houston's Blooming Arrangements was nominated for Premier's People's Choice Award for Small Business B.C.
Houston mayor and council are sending a letter of input about the proposed Telkwa caribou protections from the Ministry of Forests.
Over five drivers hit the ditch during the icy conditions last Tuesday and Wednesday, partly due to driving too fast.
Houston families and kids flocked to Steelhead Park for the annual Christmas Light Up, Santa visit and Midnight Madness last Friday.
Attendants at the Link to Learning Family Night were asked to develop sentences showing appreciation for family and community.
Houston's new RCMP Corporal Steve Thackeray is a family man who values community and likes small towns.
The District is working on a vision for transportation in Houston that will guide road development and help them lobby for funding.
Shane Brienen is the newly elected Houston Mayor, defeating two-term mayor Bill Holmberg with 69 percent of votes.
Over the last three years, RCMP statistics show decreases in assaults, property crime, break and enters and alcohol-related crime.
The new fire engine will keep the fire fleet at average quality and avoid a spike in home insurance costs.
Surveyors are developing a floor plan for the Houston Shopping Centre to give potential businesses an idea of the space available.
Students raced contraptions built from junk at the Houston Secondary School last week, as part of a multi-disciplinary project.
Operation Christmas Child is sending shoebox gifts to children in Ukraine and inviting people to give to kids who have lost everything.
The contract for the Houston Labour Market Strategy was extended until November 30, 2014 to finish developing the Houston strategy.
The B.C. government gave $10,450 to boost the Wood Stove Exchange Program, run by the local Airshed Management Society.
The two officers posted in Granisle will no longer be assigned there, but will live anywhere in the area and be posted four years.
Houston taxpayers will see increases in their utility bill and property tax in 2015, impacted by the HFP closure and water treatment plant.
The Houston Community Hall was packed at the Remembrance Day ceremony Tuesday. HSS ran a ceremony at the school Monday.
At the All Candidates meeting last Tuesday, councillors answered a variety of questions about health care, tourism, recreation and more.