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Council has approved a policy for organizations wanting to apply for a tax exemption.
A Burns Lake artist will paint a picture for every 25 kms from Prince George to Haida Gwaii to raise money for people with low income.
The BV Concert Association brings the Dancers of the Damelahamid to perform a traditional Gitxsan masked dance the Della Herman Theatre.
Community leaders raised concerns of low ridership on the Northern Health Connections bus.
The completion of the renovations at the health centre have been delayed to around late December.
February will see one doctor come to Houston, one fewer than hoped, should he pass the final stage of tests.
Councillors Tom Stringfellow, Rick Lundrigan and John Siebenga went to two businesses on Oct. 17 as part of the business walk.
It's that time of year again. Kaitlyn Li gets a flu shot from public health nurse, Rachel Lecher.
District engineering manager Don Hounsell presented his report of the water pipes swabbing process to council on Nov. 3.
Council reported on what they did at the UBCM convention at their regular council meeting.
Piles of metal, wood, insulation and garbage litter the sawmill's premises as machines and crews work hard to salvage scrap and machines.
A fatal accident happened in Houston yesterday involving a motorcyclist and a pickup truck.
Houston can expect a new trail at Mt. Harry Davis before winter comes if everything goes well.
Houston will see two doctors come to town by February if all goes well.
Nigerian Dr. Godwin Ameh and Hazelton benefit from a new provincial international doctor program.
Northern B.C. First Nations converge in Hazelton to play soccer.