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Between 11-2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8, the Terrace Model Airplane Club will be flying their models in a show to dazzle spectators below.
St. Matthew’s Anglican Church is getting a piece of the Skeena Valley Fall Fair pie this year.
Today the City of Terrace issued water sprinkling restrictions in light of the ongoing heatwave.
Lack of affordable housing is linked to perpetuating homelessness in Terrace, B.C.
With the mercury in Terrace expected to hit 32 Celsius today, the Northwest Fire Centre is urging everyone to exercise extreme caution.
Passengers aboard one of Hawkair's flights to Terrace had a bit of a scare as the plane had to make an emergency landing at YVR
THE FORMER Dog ‘n’ Suds on Lakelse Ave was a popular hangout for decades, and has ties to the song 'Summer of 69'
Real estate activity continues to pick up in the area with not only higher price points but more on the market too
The Northwest Regional Airport’s passenger numbers are sky high for the first half of this year, and that number is expected to climb.
Terrace RCMP have been working around the clock, investigating a suspicious death in a south side home.
The Northwest Regional Airport WestJet announced that for the first time WestJet will be offering flights to Terrace
Volunteers painted several fire hydrants around Terrace this week
Terrace is currently seeing a 'moderate' risk of forest fire, but with hot temperature this could rise.
Fire crews from the Northwest Fire Centre are off to the Village of Carmacks where 15 fires are burning
Jay Dilley comes to northwestern BC airline from Yellowknife
Economist Dr. David Try has one less market to worry about and that is the rising cost of fuel at the pump.
The Northwest Regional Airport is optimistic the CBSA will finally accept its pitch to provide customs services here.
CMSD is showing a lower graduation rate than the province, despite an overall increase in graduation rates during the last decade.
Terrace city councillor Brian Downie and Lolita Dunham returned home last Friday after more than two weeks of flood relief work in Alberta.
Terrace city councillor Brian Downie and Lolita Dunham will spend the next two days in Okotoks, Alberta before flying home Friday morning.