VIDEO: High school track and field championships begin

Day one in the books for B.C. high school track and field championships at Langley’s McLeod Athletic Park

U13 boys triumphant at Kamloops soccer tourney

Competitive play sharpened team’s performance

Skeena River Relay to challenge runners

Relay filled up and runners ready to go

  • May 31st, 2017
Abbotsford International Air Show


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      Community service, one-year ban for Blue Jays beer can thrower


        B.C. high school track and field day two concluded


          NHL 100: A look at the iconic Stanley Cup

          It’s the oldest contested prize in North American athletic

          Terrace gymnasts leap into top-standings

          Several youth finished with top-placings and awards in the zone championships in Prince George.

          Kids gear up for duathlon

          The run-bike-run event is open for any kids over age 8

          Running gives a new high

          For one Terrace runner it’s part of her therapy in overcoming drug addiction

          First female in league history

          The Victoria HarbourCats are breaking down baseball stereotypes

          Nightmares gearing up to host first big tournament

          The series of roller derby bouts will be the first official tournament hosted in Terrace B.C.

          • May 15th, 2017

          Terrace father ‘n’ daughter strike a different type of gold at BC Cup

          Graham Genge and daughter Stina had a blast and both won medals in their first taekwondo tournament

          Rusty chains ride draws record number of cyclists

          A total of 81 cyclists were out, and Wils Moore won for best poker hand.

          Syd’s brain

          • May 11th, 2017

          Terrace badminton player smashes into first

          At age 15, Lisa Nicholson placed in top five in U17 and U19 singles, first in doubles with a friend

          Richey and Cariboo Cougars suffer tough loss in Telus Cup

          It was a disappointing finish, but a thrilling tournament for Terrace’s Mason Richey.

          Terrace player spiking in Canada Summer Games

          Centennial’s Evan Veldman was chosen to represent the province with Team BC this summer

          Nightmares climbing the roller derby ranks

          The Terrace team recently achieved a goal by overcoming the higher ranked Chilliwack team

          Spring sprint for Terrace community

          There were 164 people out for the Centennial Spring Classic fun run and barbeque today, April 29.

          Terrace family inspired by Vancouver Sun Run

          Ron and Birgitte Bartlett took several grandchildren with the aim of inspiring habits of healthy activity

          Port donates $50K for new snowcat at Shames

          Shames Mountain took a step forward to acquire a new snowcat machine, thanks to the Port.