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The walk to and from school is now safer for students at Skeena Middle School thanks to speed indicator signs paid for by crime money
Terrace council votes in favour of waving the arena fees for the seven days of the tournament
As of June 30, First Canada ULC bus lines will end its contract with the district and Diversified Transportation Ltd. will take over
Rescue takes place after three people were in an accident
Monthly meetings explore various ways to govern the community
What looks to be two totem poles used to display sign
An Easter weekend stove top fire burned enough of a kitchen that a family couldn't move back in.
RCMP will be monitoring traffic at the Tim Hortons Keith Ave. location where drive-through traffic routinely spills out into the street
Leonard Parnell had originally been sentence to house arrest in Terrace, B.C.
The equipment is needed when searching in deep waters
A Terrace man convicted of the second-degree murder of a Kitimat woman will not have the chance to get out of jail until he's in his 30s.
Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine board votes in favour of amending two bylaws about the sewer system and its financing
Threat of increased house insurance rates partly driving need, says Terrace's neighbouring community
Garbage and recycling collection rates will more than double as the city seeks to cover increased costs
Kitimat-Stikine regional district directors are seeking legal advice to stop what they say is a continual flow of harassment
Thornhill regional district director disappointed with provincial stance
The man said he thought everything could be bought online legally
Terrace couple Darrell Genaille and Desiree Bolton will see over $10,000 returned to them
After nine years, directors will see increases in their expenses and have meeting attendance fees converted to annual payments
The fire department is short about 10 volunteers from people moving on or retiring