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Members of the Terrace Whiskey Jack Archery club participated in an archery shoot May 28 and 29 in Prince Rupert.
Human interaction has forced two grizzlies to be put to death.
Youth can get ready to hit the water as The Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition's Youth On Water (YOW) river guide training program is starting up its third season.
Two students from Caledonia Senior Secondary School have each received cheques for $1,000 to assist them in their apprenticeship programs.
Long-time educator Dave Crawley is wrapping up 35 years of service for the Coast Mountains school district this spring.
The Northcoast Nightmares flat track roller derby team is gaining momentum, and players look ready to cause some serious damage.
Major changes to the Central Interior Hockey League were approved at the league's annual general meeting May 28.
It was successful sparring for members of the Atlantis Tae Kwon Do Club, as 25 members journeyed to Jasper to compete in a tournament and 25 medals were brought back.
A Terrace snowboarder has launched herself from the virtual unknown to become the only northern member of the 2011/2012 BC Provincial Snowboard Cross team.
The Terrace Drag Race Association continues its season opener with day two of races today.
The first annual Kermode Kids Triathlon is set to run this weekend, and children are invited out to swim, bike and run.
A local resident has made his volunteer hours count, with his efforts going towards the purchase of a portable ultrasound unit for Mills Memorial Hospital.
Imagine living in a community where almost no one speaks your language, and where you cannot understand what goes on at a play or a city council meeting.
SCHOOL BOARDS across the province are frustrated with having to pay to offset greenhouse gas emissions with the money eventually ending up being used by private corporations.
It was a hard-fought and physical match that ended the season for the Kermodes senior boys’ rugby team when they took on Smithers for the zone championships May 13.
Changes are on the horizon for the Central Interior Hockey League (CIHL), as one team collapses and two others look to join the league.
The Coast Mountains School District has been slapped with a $52,000 fine from WorkSafeBC - the Workers’ Compensation Board - for unsafe practices in the workplace.
The Skeena Valley Golf Course has made one big change this season with the addition of a head professional - Germain Francoeur.
A piece of Terrace has made its way down to Vancouver to join the Canucks in Stanley Cup playoff action.
The Biggest Loser 2011 Challenge has kicked off in Terrace, and challengers are ready to be tried and tested in their commitment to a healthier lifestyle.