Lauren Benn

City council hedges gambling expansion bets

Public forum to be held on increasing slot machine total in Terrace

Airport traffic remains strong

Terrace-area airport benefitting from regional upswing

Business awards nominations open

Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce holds annual event

Road projects nearing completion

Terrace had an ambitious road repair program this year

Spur line to northwestern BC quarry nearly finished

The project is just one Kitsumkalum development initiative

Local sawmill making the cut

A Terrace sawmill has started producing lumber for the first time since 2007

Local governments finance tax-share study

A $17,500 report is being commissioned by two local governments to help bring provincial tax dollars here

Select logging sees success

A local company, Kalum Ventures Ltd., is seeing success after trying out an alternative to clear-cut logging

City warns derelict building owners

The City of Terrace is putting its foot down on three local building owners with properties on Little Ave. deemed dangerous and unsightly

A Thornhill business grows, wins awards

Within a rapidly changing northwestern economy, Bear Creek Contracting Ltd. is expanding its home-base and staff to handle the growth.

B.C. responds to calls for DriveAble here

Local groups petitions to bring a mandatory seniors' driving test to the Terrace area may have worked.

B.C. NDP leader tours proposed tanker route

Provincial NDP leader Adrian Dix is visiting northwest B.C. this week, tracing proposed oil tanker routes by boat.

Rock deal reached

The Kitsumkalum First Nation and CN Rail have reached a deal involving selling local rock and building a new rail spur

Upgrade to Skeena Mall to cost millions

By the time work is done, the Skeena Mall's purchase and upgrade will have cost around $8 million, says owner

Roadwork to close streets tonight

Downtown streets in Terrace will get new asphalt layer once work is done

Cash raised by plastic dress

Student Amy Spencer goes through with her promise to wear a garbage bag to prom for charity

Tiny Town finds a new home

An iconic collection of little buildings in Terrace is being moved from the Skeena Mall to the former Co-op property.

Terrace intersection to be made safer

City prompted to look at Kenney and Keith intersection following spring accident

Protesters greet Enbridge luncheon

Women protest Enbridge-sponsored luncheon at the Northwest Community College longhouse

Architect reaches for local vision

World-renowned artists shares his vision for one of Terrace's most controversial properties