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Steelhead Multicultural Society delegate spoke to council to see if councillors would reconsider their stance on the Via Rail building.
Starting this fall, BC Ambulance Service will not only pick you up from an emergency, it will soon do home checkups in the Bulkley Valley.
SD54’s Matthew Monkman talked about risks of technology last Tuesday’s educational forum at Houston Secondary School.
District staff brought forth two initiatives at the last council meeting.
Council has decided that they would like to apply for the new, provincial Rural Dividend Fund, to be used towards airport enhancements.
Council has unanimously denied the Houston Public Library’s request to move the farmers’ market next to the library.
Upper Bulkley River Streamkeepers will host public event.
The Houston Group to Sponsor Syrian Refugees has missed the fast-track boat to receive a Syrian refugee.
Houston adopted its Health and Wellness Charter at the April 19 council meeting.
Northwest Community College's April 15 board meeting allayed concerns and charted new initiatives.
The Pleasant Valley Community Market should stay in Steelhead Park and it should stay a member of the BC Association of Farmers’ Markets.
Paula Gansner is a British Columbian through and through.
Her high school coach commends her and her mother will miss her.
Preliminary discussions into this year's budget continued at the March 2 budget meeting.
The Houston Group to Sponsor Syrian Refugees has collected $28,600, so far and are well on their way to reach their $30,000 goal.
Houston Health, Safety, Community Services and Education Committee opened its doors to the public on March 17 to develop a health charter.
Cori Marcotte receives a Silver Medal for Bravery.
The Northwest Community College’s Houston campus is in trouble, council heard from Coun. Dawn Potvin last Tuesday at their regular meeting.
Houston residents will have to pony up $8,000 should they want to receive the CBC channel over-the-air again.
Olympic medalist Carol Huynh graced the Women's Day event, sharing her story of how she fought to participate in women's wrestling