Anna Killen

Pooch remains cause concern in Terrace, B.C.

The Terrace Youth Soccer Association is asking that those using Christy Park as a dog run remember to clean up after their pups

Cullen takes a swing at Trudeau over anti-terror bill vote

The Conservative bill passed last week with the support of the Liberals and with members of the NDP, Greens, and Bloc voting against

Alberta election last nail in Northern Gateway coffin: Cullen

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen says NDP sweep of Alberta election means good things for those opposed to pipeline plan

Coast Mountains School District cuts admin positions

School district expects to save about $30,000 in salary costs

School bussing disrupted in Terrace, B.C.

Current bussing company about to lose its contract

Alaska calls for border post to be open 24 hours a day

Canadian closure decision hurts commerce and tourism, says legislators

Update: Terrace-Kitimat airport landing system failure halts flights

Flights were cancelled and delayed after the navigation system used to land planes in bad weather failed this morning

Gitxsan Chiefs defy odds in Prince George

The young Hazelton team ended a tough season on a high note at the annual Prince George Aboriginal Youth Hockey Championships

Shames season draws to a close

As the 2014/2015 ski season ends in northwest B.C., Terrace's My Mountain Co-op is showing signs it is growing up

Bluebacks boast healthy competition in and out of the pool

The four Terrace Bluebacks who received medals at the annual Smithers regional invitational say it is their teammates who inspire them

91-year-old Thornhill man loses court fight with RCMP

Larry Sommerfield sued the ministry of justice in small claims court, claiming they unduly destroyed his antique gun collection

Feds won’t appeal northwest B.C. land claims ruling

Kitselas First Nation owed compensation for land transaction dating back 120 years

In pictures: Stewart, B.C. and Hyder, Alaska residents protest border closure

A gate closing off the two communities was locked for the first time last night as Canadian border officers cut opening hours

Peaceful protest planned at Stewart, B.C./Hyder, Alaska border crossing

Border agency has refused to bend to pressure from residents and politicians on both sides of the border

Epic rematch planned for Coy Cup final

The Terrace River Kings will face off against the Fort St. John Flyers, the team they beat in OT of game one, tonight at 8 p.m.

Kitselas leaders criticize province on treaty commission decisions

Future of the B.C. Treaty Commission is in doubt as the province withdraws its support for George Abbott as new chief commissioner

Highway of Tears documentary sheds light on the murdered and missing

Award-winning film made its Terrace premiere this week before touring several other northwest B.C. communities along Highway 16

UNBC classes to resume Friday

The university announced last night that it has applied to the Labour Relations Board for a special mediation process

The Snow Valley Nordic’s grooming machine is nearly tracked out

But that doesn't mean it isn't a nice ride with the chief groomer of the cross-country ski trails between Terrace and Kitimat

UNBC strike enters second week

Faculty association supporters held a lunchtime rally in Terrace, B.C. yesterday before the two sides headed back to the table today