Priyanka Ketkar

Femicide still exists, everywhere, and here’s why you should care

Last week started with a barrage of black and white photos of…

Granisle receives $4.3 million funding for Wastewater Treatment plant upgrade

The village will finally get to upgrade the 49 years old plant

Houston Link To Learning open to public

Receives a grant for building a greenhouse and a grant to combat racism

Houston Public Library distributing kids’ kits for summer

Trying to establish a physical connection apart from the online presence

RDBN suspends carboard ban at Knockholt landfill

Reuse-shed in RDBN continues to remain closed

SD54 and SD91 figuring out a back to school plan

B.C. government hopes to get students back to in-person classes

What is the BC Wildfire Service crew up to this year?

A look at what’s happening with them this wet summer year

A restaurant check-in for B.C.’s next phase of restart in Houston

How are restaurants dealing with dine-in, new protocols, customers?

Former Prince George Cougar captain Josh Maser signs with Iowa Wild

The one-year contract comes after Maser’s successful four year WHL career

Local journalism is about rallying for the community not clicks

When I started my undergrad studies in journalism, I was a starry-eyed…

Salvation Army getting back to a “new normal”

Most senior volunteers set to return

Steven Rinas’ pre-trial conference set for August 12

Continues to remain in custody

The Topley 4-H club, the Southside 4-H club auction will be going online this year

Each region’s club will host their independent auction and achievement awards

Northern Health sees eight new Covid-19 cases

A significant BC-wide jump in cases by 30

A need to make online and offline space less toxic

Intolerance could be the word of the decade with the way things…

CGL claims to have 80 per cent local hires for Burns Lake and Houston sections of pipeline

Urges local indigenous and non-indigenous community to apply

Houston long-term care and assisted living facilities allow visitation

Restrictions will still be implemented for resident-safety

How is Houston’s business health?

The Chamber of Commerce shares some insights

Just fun, no competitions this year for Houston’s Pleasant Valley Horse Club

No drop-ins, riding would be restricted to club members

Granisle on track to grow deciduous trees around the village

The project is expected to be completed by spring 2021