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Terrace’s Kenny Nordstrom has gone first in round one of the inaugural 15-year-old draft for the B.C. Hockey League.
YEARS OF declining student enrolment may be ending, says a senior official with the Coast Mountains School District.
Secondary school student walkouts protesting the loss of recess in the Coast Mountains school district have continued for the third day in a row in Terrace.
The third annual Guns and Hoses charity hockey game will take place Nov. 4.
Chill Soda Shop has been sold, and the new owners are brimming with plans for the store.
With a resumé spanning a junior world champion weight lifter, Team BC lacrosse, university hockey and soccer and most recently a player in the WHL, Terry Monture has been coaching youths in Terrace for upwards of 27 years.
A terrace rugby player has journeyed overseas as the youngest member of Team Canada for the 2011 Commonwealth Youth Games.
It’s not finding a market for raw logs that’s occupying the president of Timber Baron nowadays, but finding the qualified people needed for the work at hand.
A local RCMP officer has traveled to New York City to represent himself, and the country.
Local Armwrestler Allan Heinricks has once again proved his power on the national stage, earning gold in the Grand Masters category at Canadian Nationals in Ottawa Sept. 2 – 5.
THE PROVINCIAL government is paying the $620,000 cost of making emergency repairs to the District of Stewart's diking system.
A well known drag racer from Kelowna, who spent time in Terrace, has passed away after his race car was unable to stop at speeds of more than 200 km per hour.
MILLS MEMORIAL Hospital has been with out the use of its helipad for nine months, and those involved say emergency services have not been affected in Terrace.
When a Thornhill resident and his wife found out about local seniors struggling to pay for prescriptions, they decided to do something about it and have been quietly helping out in their own way ever since.
Thompson Rivers University teamed up with a life-long volleyball athlete to host a volleyball clinic in Terrace last week.
The northwest was well represented at the 2011 BC Seniors Games, as 60 athletes have returned home with 40 medals.
Work is well underway on a new biking and hiking route just north of town.
Concerns for fish living in Thornhill’s Hurley Creek have prompted action, but questions remain about what is polluting the urban stream.
Terrace keeps its hand in the ancient but growing sport of dragon boating, as the Lakelse Dragon Boat society gets set to end its season with a regatta on the waters of Lakelse Lake, Sept. 10.
Terrace’s Luke Gordon is on the ice in Calgary, and one step closer to his goal of a spot on the 2011/2012 roster for the Hitmen, a Western Hockey League team.