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Houstonite takes top prize in genealogical contest

Houstonite takes top prize in genealogical contest

Who do they think they are?
HOPE Recrafting contest big success

HOPE Recrafting contest big success

The first annual HOPE Society Recraft Contest was a raving success, organizers said.
ROUGH Start

ROUGH Start

FOLLOW Tradition

FOLLOW Tradition

FLORAL Blooms!

FLORAL Blooms!

The new health way: worms.

The new health way: worms.

Worm composting is an excellent way to reduce the amount of garbage from your household as well as create a rich supply of compost.
More than just a garden

More than just a garden

A movement is growing nationwide. Where does our food come from? What are the healthiest options for ourselves and the environment? Many are returning to the basics of backyard gardening. Keeping with this trend the Houston Community Garden is now taking applications from those wanting to reserve a space in the garden. Come join us. No experience necessary. People of all gardening abilities are invited to learn and share knowledge.
New restrictions a concern for Alberta

New restrictions a concern for Alberta

The recent decision by the Alberta Sustainable Resource Development (SRD) to ban certain animals from rehabilitation shelters is a "backwards way of thinking," according to Angelika Langen, who runs the Northern Lights Wildlife Society.
Annual arts fair a success

Annual arts fair a success

The HSS Arts Fair held Thursday, April 7th was attended by well over 100 people.

New book tells of mountain trail

A new book about local history strives to tell the story about the wilderness in the Ningunsaw Pass before it becomes a more modern area.