Margaret Speirs

Terrace, B.C. population inches up

But city resident number less than what it was in early 2000s

Explosives company looks to set up shop in Terrace, B.C.

Consbec Inc. wants to manufacture as well as store explosives

Unsuccessful northwestern B.C. NDP candidate won’t run as independent

Nicole Halbauer to focus on finishing her MBA program

Terrace hockey hosts receive ice rental reduction

Tier 3 provincial midget tournament taking place here end of March

Pooling water worries Terrace, B.C. homeowner

Alan McGowan's worried the water will find its way into his basement

Terrace city councillors get marching orders for the new year

Councillors assigned to city committees and community groups

Terrace council gives thumbs up to affordable housing project

Cedars Motel rezoning given unanimous approval by council members

Terrace B.C. taxes to hike three per cent

City taxes are projected to increase three per cent in 2017, decided Terrace council in setting a provisional budget for the year.

House numbers crucial for northwestern B.C. rural areas

Knowing where to go saves precious time for emergency responders

2016 Community highlights: October – December

Here's one final chance to reminisce over the Terrace B.C. community highlights from the last part of 2016.

2016 Community highlights: July – September

Grab one final look at a few of the high points in the Terrace B.C. community from the third quarter of 2016.

Emergency responders need house numbers clearly posted in Thornhill, B.C.

Imagine a fire ignites in your residence and you call 911, provide your address, and the fire engine just drives past your place.

Art gallery short on funding this year

Terrace Art Association is tight for money this year after a grant was denied, and may have to close in the spring.

Overhang increases safety at Terrace, B.C. library

Windows along the west and north sides of the library are being fixed too.

Terrace RCMP officer sentenced for assault

Incident dates back to 2014 and was recorded on cellphone

Terrace, B.C. search underway for talking sticks origin

The artifacts were first presented to Terrace city council in 1964

Terrace, B.C. taxation bylaw shelved for now

Business group who wanted the bylaw will return in new year with new plan, more information

Search underway into origin of talking sticks

The search has begun into the origins of two talking sticks presented to the city when the city hall was officially opened back in 1964.

New ‘Welcome to Thornhill’ sign being crafted

It'll tell story of Tom Thornhill, after whom the northwestern B.C. community is named

Business group aims to clear up taxation plan confusion

The Terrace Area Improvement Association wants to double budget, increase services