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Hudson's Hope arena open

Hudson's Hope arena open

The Hudson’s Hope arena is open for skating and team activities with COVID-19 precautions in place. Access is on a first come first serve basis, and a max of 20 people will be allowed to use the ice at one time, with users having to sign in.
Hudson's Hope fire chief takes on new role in Fort St. John

Hudson's Hope fire chief takes on new role in Fort St. John

Hudson's Hope Fire Chief Bob Norton is moving down the highway to take on a new role at the Fort St. John fire hall.
Hudson’s Hope council returns to chambers

Hudson’s Hope council returns to chambers

Hudson’s Hope councillors will move their meetings back to the chambers starting Oct. 13. “We’ve been trying to get the chambers in a COVID friendly environment,” said Mayor Dave Heiberg.
Hudson's Hope removing sinkhole sirens

Hudson's Hope removing sinkhole sirens

Warning sirens installed in 1996 are slated for removal, confirmed Hudson’s Hope Mayor Dave Heiberg. The sirens were put in place in by BC Hydro following the discovery of a sinkhole in the top of WAC Bennett Dam.
Licensed daycare opening in Hudson's Hope

Licensed daycare opening in Hudson's Hope

Hudson's Hope is finally getting a daycare next month. Wildflowers Child Care is a provincially licensed daycare and expects to open by October 1. No licensed preschools or daycares currently operate in the small town.
Delays at Dry Creek near Hudson's Hope

Delays at Dry Creek near Hudson's Hope

Ministry of Transportation officials say drivers can expect minor delays along Highway 29 near Dry Creek, 13 kilometres northeast of Hudson's Hope, with single-lane alternating traffic.
Hudson's Hope Police Report — October 2020

Hudson's Hope Police Report — October 2020

Hudson’s Hope RCMP responded to 38 calls for service between August 18 and September 20. 68 written violations and warning tickets were issued to drivers between the above dates.

Hudson's Hope CAO to retire

Hudson's Hope Chief Administrative Officer Chris Cvik will be retiring at the end of the year, after serving two years with the district, and six years in the Peace region. Cvik gave notice to council this week, with his last day Dec. 31.
Hudson's Hope bothered by bears

Hudson's Hope bothered by bears

The District of Hudson’s Hope is reminding residents to be bear aware as fall approaches after several black bears have been sighted in town.
Hudson's Hope Police Report — September 2020

Hudson's Hope Police Report — September 2020

Hudson’s Hope RCMP responded to 44 calls for service between July 17 to Aug. 18 — 46 written violations and warning tickets were issued to drivers between the above dates.