Anna Killen

Northwest volleyball team stands tall at nationals

Terrace's elite 17U club volleyball team showed strong at nationals in Edmonton earlier this month – and met the Prime Minister, to boot

What does it take to be a good gymnast?

Fresh off a big team win in Prince George, members of the Terrace Peaks Gymnastics Club share what it takes to excel

Nightmares come close

Terrace's roller derby team put up a fight against Quesnel's Gold Pain City at their first home bout of the season

Another hotel contemplated for Terrace, B.C.

Company which is buying Chances gaming centre in Terrace expresses interest

Bright future planned for pub and motel in Terrace, B.C.

The Evergreen Pub and adjacent motel have been purchased by a local contractor

Girl, do you even lift?

Upcoming Terrace weightlifting competition has many saying yes

Chances Terrace to change hands

Alberta, B.C. hospitality conglomerate announces its intentions to take over the management of casino operations

School super signs off

Nancy Wells reflects on her three-and-a-half years as superintendent of the Coast Mountains School District

Hold on, says regional district

The Kitimat-Stikine regional district wants the province to hold off on selling crown land until it reviews its decades-old land use plan

Residents oppose land development

A proposal for a subdivision in Thornhill is facing opposition from neighbourhood residents

Brewery tapped to open this year

A SMALL craft brewery, a first for Terrace, is set to open for sampling soon with full-scale sales to start in late fall.

Three for three: Ormerod returns to Team BC

Marek Ormerod has made the team for the last three years in a row, making him the first basketball player from Terrace to do so

First stage of teacher strike action begins tomorrow

School is starting later and there's to be no recess

Northwest mountain biking to be promoted

A strategy for how to encourage more tourists to travel to Terrace for mountain biking is in development

Terrace downtown businesses urged to open on Sundays

Studies show Sunday is a popular time for shopping

Federal government disputes Kitselas claim

The federal court of appeal ruling will set a precedent for other First Nations claims cases

“The whole forest fell on us, like, right on the children.”

Terrace's Nick Karol is being called a hero for shielding a young girl from falling debris during a windstorm earlier this week

Makeover money available for downtown businesses

A sum of $20,000 will be divvied up amongst downtown businesses who apply and meet the criteria for facade improvements

Terrace real estate sales – and selling prices – increase dramatically

First quarter numbers show the average selling price of a single family home has increased nearly $100,000 in just two years

Post-secondary schools search for student housing solutions

The current housing crisis could end up deterring post-secondary students who wish to study at schools in Terrace, B.C.