Jackie Lieuwen

Nightmares climbing the roller derby ranks

The Terrace team recently achieved a goal by overcoming the higher ranked Chilliwack team

Spring sprint for Terrace community

There were 164 people out for the Centennial Spring Classic fun run and barbeque today, April 29.

Terrace family inspired by Vancouver Sun Run

Ron and Birgitte Bartlett took several grandchildren with the aim of inspiring habits of healthy activity

Strength in arms

Terrace’s Bernadith (Bernie) Kantonen got third in the World Armwrestling League qualifiers in Kamloops

New Terrace club volleyball boys finding their competitive footing

Coaches were happy with the competitive showing of the U15 boys at the Kamloops Battle of the Borders tournament.

Northern B.C. pro volleyball player bumps in to coach for Team Canada

Pro player originally from Terrace B.C., Jason Haldane is excited to give back to the team that has given him so much

Northern B.C. volleyball player bumps into coaching spot for Team Canada

Jason Haldane is excited to give back to the team that has given him so much

Telus Cup a possible game changer for Terrace B.C. player

Terrace B.C.’s Mason Richey hits the ice in the Major Midget nationals with WHL prospects which could impact his life-course.

Terrace B.C. resident frustrated with garbage dumping

Dave Jordan has been picking up trash dumped by others on the edge of his property for more than 20 years, but says it is now getting worse.

Gymnastics club upgrades in line with growth

With a growing number of athletes, the Terrace B.C. Peaks Gymnastics Club is in the process of expanding its facility.

Owners devastated by fire-destroyed store in Terrace B.C.

Northcoast Angler owners are feeling devastated by the loss of the store, which went up in flames this morning.

Taekwondo athletes spar

Close to 80 martial artists as young as age five sliced through a northwest competition here in Terrace B.C. last month.

Barcodes new feature for B.C. provincial election

Previous provincial elections saw voters signing in by hand at the polls, but this year it will be slightly different.

Diligence pays off for young gymnasts

Three Terrace B.C. youth are heading to provincials in Port Coquitlam this weekend, April 6-9.

Terrace, B.C. rallies to support family of teen killed in accident

The restaurant where Caitlyn Amyotte worked is donating wings proceeds tonight

Terrace B.C. men strike trifecta curling season

Two men struck a trifecta season this year, crowned with an exhilarating victory at the recent Men’s Loggers Bonspiel.

Terrace, B.C. residents protest abortion

Sunday, April 9, will be the last of a 40-day silent protest against abortion. More than 70 residents have taken part.

UPDATE: River Kings third in Coy Cup, lose 7-3 in semi

The Terrace B.C. River Kings lost 7-3 in a physical semi-final March 31 against host Whitehorse Huskies, who went on to win the Coy Cup.

Separate provincial fisheries ministry wanted

Angling federation says more needs to be done to protect fisheries stocks in northwestern B.C.and elsewhere

River Kings advance into Coy Cup semis, beat Capitals 3-2

Terrace B.C. River Kings face Whitehorse in the Coy Cup semi-final tonight, March 31, after beating North Island Capitals 3-2 yesterday.