Margaret Speirs

Mild winter in Northwest B.C.

Sunny skies have more often been the norm in Northwestern B.C. this winter, with less rain and less snow than last year.

Terrace, B.C. RCMP officer charged with assault

Charge stems from the arrest of a young man in May 2014

Store front Santa image referred to Terrace, B.C. RCMP

Complaint letter from visitor to city originally sent to the mayor

Rio Tinto Alcan facing fish fines

Submissions over how much Rio Tinto Alcan should be fined after being found guilty of killing salmon continued last week in Terrace court.

Terrace, B.C council paves way for Coy Cup hosting

B.C. senior men's hockey tourney taking place in March

Trespasssers, loiterers a hazard at the CN yard

The city of Terrace BC wants to work with CN Rail to keep people off the train tracks before someone gets killed.

Bigfoot sighting reported in northwestern B.C.’s Nass Valley

Northwestern B.C. stories of bigfood sightings abound

Don’t be a naughty Christmas recycler

Northwestern B.C. regional district has info on what can be recycled, reused

Therapy dog eases exam writing worries in Terrace, B.C.

Northwest Community College offered therapy dogs to visit with students during final exam week Dec. 14 to 17.

Man jailed for theft of Legion poppy donation box

The theft took place from the Safeway in Terrace this past November

Police assault suit probe widens

Suit dates back to arrest of Terrace man in the spring of 2012

Terrace, B.C. city council turns down advertising idea

The idea was to place themed signs along Grand Trunk Pathway

Terrace, B.C. council rejects mudroom appeal

Recreational vehicle resident says mudroom will protect against snow

Terrace, B.C. signs agreement with Chinese city

"Friendly exchange agreement" sets stage for industrial development

Two fined for harassing wildlife near Kitimat

A total of $13,000 in fines has been assessed after incident in which deer was injured

Help for homeless expands in Terrace, B.C.

Newly-formed group offers soup, clothing in George Little Park

Bus service connects northwestern B.C. residents to health care services

But the chances of adapting it to a public transit system are remote

Waste transfer station underway in Thornhill, B.C.

Project is part of a wholesale shift in how waste will be handled in northwestern B.C.

Terrace, B.C. discusses banning dog tethering

There are fears that dogs can be injured or worse if tied up outside

Early connections urged, businesses hear at forum

Businesses need to understand First Nations and how they do business, more than 150 people heard at Terrace forum