Anna Killen

Student enrolment drops again at Terrace and area public schools

District cites students moving to the private school system and the continued trend of families moving away because of high living costs

Northwest B.C. teachers say they are owed a day’s pay

Grievance dates back to commitment they say was made at end of strike in September

Curling: a true gentleman’s sport

A community funspiel was held Nov. 8 at the Terrace Curling Club

Breaking the isolation of infertility

A Terrace, B.C. couple is reaching out to the community to help them have a baby through in vitro-fertilization

Election 2014: Anti-Enbridge stance defines candidates’ group

But group of incumbent Terrace city councillors – including one mayoral hopeful – insists it is not a slate

Election 2014: Terrace council candidate urges better cooperation between city and chamber of commerce

Discord between the two bodies called "the elephant in the room"

Snow and soul at Shames Mountain

Heading into the winter, many eyes are on Terrace's co-op owned mountain

Hart pumped up in Victoria

Terrace’s Henry Hart is used to being one of the bigger guys on the team...

Attempts made to recover truck from Skeena River

Missing Red Deer man was last seen standing in bed of truck

Cell service improves along Hwy16

Telus towers part of 10-year contract it has with the province

Equipment installed at first Terrace, B.C. brewery

The goal at Sherwood Mountain Brewery is to open this year

Seniors housing units ready for occupants

Terrace, B.C. project required much cooperation and effort

School election in Terrace, B.C. won’t be held

Candidate withdraws, leaving seats to be filled by acclamation

No race after all for Terrace, B.C. school board seats

Candidate Diana Penner withdraws name just before deadline yesterday

There’s a school board race in Terrace after all

Two people filed by the extended deadline of today

Through art, Kitselas looks to correct the historical record

The story of a 1926 portrait of a Kitselas chief is just the beginning of the nation's plan to repatriate art from all over the world

Ebola precautionary notice posted in Terrace, B.C.

People visiting lab office asked about their recent travel history

Wild times in Terrace, B.C.

A variety of factors contributed what was once a vibrant entertainment district in the downtown core

Northwest B.C. school trustees prepare to run again

But some trustees on the Coast Mountains School District board have declined

MP’s energy policy bill crafted for next election

Drawing from northwest experiences, Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen says he wants to "raise the bar" on energy policy