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Only essential visits considered; screening criteria in place
School district officials and teachers are this week communicating plans to resume instruction in some form.
Self isolating can be fun for your furry friend and also good for your health. Houston resident, Darr and his D.O.G. were out for their daily walk and practicing social distancing. Even outdoors you are to remain two metres from each other unless you live in the same household. Being outside does not make it safer to be close together. It may be good for your mental health to be outside but stay around your municipality, stay close to home and local trails. (Angelique Houlihan photo)
Three-week closure in response to COVID-19 crisis
Council has denied a request from the regional air component of the Provincial Emergency Program (PEP) to waive the use fee at the municipally-owned Houston Airport for a planned May 29-31 search and rescue exercise involving participants from the northwest and northeast.
The Regional District of Bulkley Nechako's open houses for a study on the possibility of creating a recreation department have now ended. The purpose of the open houses was to get a better understanding of what local residents' needs were, and what they were willing to pay, in order to have an outdoor recreation management body of some kind created within RDBN.
Online services one way to pass the time
Pipe sections arriving at a storage site in Houston
Window displays urged
Three other units extensively damaged
Part of the effort to prevent COVID-19 spread
Pick-up suspended, but Salvation Army will deliver
Part of COVID-19 prevention protocol
Landowners around Babine Lake are questioning the Provincial Government's deal with Lake Babine Nation to transfer some crown lands in the region to the First Nation and are concerned the deal will make their properties land locked.
Stresses community involvement, recreation
Houston curling ice is used by the community including Mr. Becks grade 8 thru 12 Outdoor Living Class. The class has been utilizing the ice time every Tuesdays and Fridays from 1:55 until 3 p.m. They are required to have indoor shoes for the ice and a helmet. (Angelique Houlihan photos)
Mayor issues statement of reassurance
It's part of complicated process to boost economic development
Part of plan to deal with COVID-19
Mario Reutelsterz was charged after allegedly assaulting a woman and setting a cabin on fire