Cecile Favron

Terrace, B.C. councillor receives provincial award

Brian Downie recognized for his volunteer activities

Doing Christmas right in Rosswood, B.C.

Small northwestern B.C. community has long established Christmas traditions

It’s a long road to reconciliation

Assuming a history based on one’s identity only discredits that person’s individual story.

Common sense

Alan Sauve is a problem gambling counsellor achieving provincial recognition for his traditional aboriginal gaming program.

Terrace’s volleyball girls hit it big

Three of this year’s graduating girls are off to play for university teams in the fall.

Second gold medal at nationals for Davies

Rising star Carly Davies, fresh off a win at nationals, takes on provincial teams this week

Senior master runner takes another first

Terrace running champ Ed Ansems brings home another medal

Online slowdown

A look at the high-speed internet woes in outlying areas of Terrace, B.C. and possible remedies.

Hwy16 overpass scheduled over CN tracks west of Terrace

The federal and provincial governments will pay the $37 million cost

Nightmares hit season high vs. Prince George

Summer Smackdown was challenge for Terrace’s short-rostered North Coast Nightmares who quashed Rated PG 247-171, a season high for points.

Northmen slam Gnats in shutout win

Terrace Northmen rugby team defeated the Prince George Gnats 29-0 at their final home game of the season last week.

Pool aims to recruit lifeguards

There aren’t enough people in Terrace with the swimming skills to replace student lifeguards leaving for school in the fall.

New doctors on their way

Doctors and surgeon slated for Terrace practice in coming months

Campfire ban to be rescinded in northwest

Today, July 22 at noon, fire officials plan to lift the ban on campfires in the northwest, however, open burning bans remain in effect.

Exploring Rosswood

Born and raised Rosswoodian Cecile Favron lists various attractions and oddities in this fascinating area north of Terrace

Contractor admits ‘Men Working’ sign discriminates

The contractor hired by the city to rebuild the 4700 block of Walsh Ave. agrees that the signs discriminate against female employees.

Fewer seniors going to local care homes in Terrace

Initiative by Northern Health to provide home care for seniors means it's now easier for others to get into long term care homes

Power lines spark second fire

A grassfire was ignited by a tree falling on hydro lines at Lean-to Creek north of Terrace yesterday.

Campfire ban extended to Ferry Island

A campfire and open-burning ban is now in place for the entire province including the Terrace area and its popular Ferry Island campground.

Salmonella outbreak worries locals

Northwest Health Authority was warned that infected chicks from Alberta might have been sold to Terrace farmers