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Poppies are on sale for Remembrance Day, commemorating men and women who have been killed serving in the military.
Locals targeted mayor candidates Shane Brienen and Bill Holmberg with questions at the All Candidates meeting last Tuesday.
The Houston Christian Reformed Church first organized in 1939, and have gone through lots of changes since the early days meeting in homes.
Sullivan Motor Products staff wore pink bra stickers, dressing for the cause as they raise support for breast cancer research.
This year the Chamber will hire a contractor to decorate the existing trees in the park, rather then hire groups to put up tree stands.
The Houston Snowmobile Club is improving snowmobile trails around Houston, including the Dungate, Sibola, and Telkwa Range trails.
The Village of Granisle received a $30,000 grant to enhance the Granisle Memorial Park, to increase revenue generating potential.
The Houston Chamber of Commerce Business Awards was a big hit, with ten individuals and businesses awarded for excellence.
The Houston Chamber of Commerce is putting Houston on the map with their tourism program.
President Troy Reitsma says they want to provide more stability to their staff and keep their current team of staff together.
With the recovery plan in progress, the focus now is on monitoring caribou, humans and wolves, and how they use the Telkwa Mountains.
The Houston ACT (Action Changes Things) is distributing $15,000 in grants to local groups in support of health related projects.
Telus is constructing several towers to upgrade wireless service near Barrett Lake, Six Mile Hill and near Terrace.
Willing Workers volunteers made 1,400 pies during the annual “Pie Days” fundraiser for the Houston Christian School.
Locals are concerned the caribou plan may negatively affect forestry, and believe the plan needs funding and a predator control.
The government is proposing a new management plan to protect the Telkwa caribou herd, which is down to 25 animals.
Six Houston cadets joined over 1,500 others who attended Cadet Camp in Vernon this summer.
Council answered a few questions and did some seemingly successful lobbying at the Union of BC Municipalities Convention this year.
Houston's new Constable Melissa Wong grew up in Vancouver and comes from depot with a degree in psychology.
West Fraser is cleaning up the property of the former Houston Forest Products while they try sell it, leaving several buildings on site.