Anna Killen

Access to popular recreation site won’t be cut off

An agreement between CN and the provincial forestry ministry is in the works in order to keep the road to the Exstew recreation site open

Housing forum spurs discussion

Last week's community housing forum offered an opportunity to talk about the future of Terrace, B.C.

Geothermal power exploration to start south of Terrace this spring

Enbridge, Kitselas consortium has hopes enough electricity could be produced for 10,000 homes

Anglers say no to Enbridge run-of-river plans

Plan for two hydro projects on steelhead-bearing rivers red flagged by Terrace members of Steelhead Society of BC

Bird ready to fly (downhill on ice skates) at Redbull Crashed Ice

Terrace man heading to Quebec to compete in amateur ice cross championship

New Coast Mountains school superintendent given greeting

Dancers welcome Katherine McIntosh at school board meeting in Terrace, B.C.

Kitselas, Enbridge ink geothermal power deal

Northwest B.C. could see a power-producing geothermal plant built in the Mount Layton hot springs area

Public could lose access to popular recreation site

CN says it will close the rail crossing at Exstew April 1 unless an agreement can be reached on the maintenance of the crossing

Ex-cabinet minister brought in to soothe troubled Enbridge waters

Jim Prentice will try to persuade First Nations to support oil pipeline project

Students squeezed out of city

High rents in Terrace cause families to move elsewhere

Terrace’s Female Midget Reps win northwest zones

They'll now head to Salmon Arm over spring break for provincials

School district names new principal

Julia Nieckarz takes over at Uplands Elementary in Terrace, B.C.

Northwest B.C. school trustees back teachers in battle with province

Coast Mountains school board asks gov't to "negotiate in good faith"

Skiing runs in the family for Terrace skier

Fourteen-year-old Magda Vandenberg is the third Vandenberg sibling to compete at the BC Winter Games

Terrace badminton team shuttles 10 to BC Winter Games

Northwest team of 10 to compete with the best young athletes in the province this weekend

It’s a BC Winter Games first

Special Olympics basketball is a part of the BC Winter Games for the first time – and two Terrace athletes are ready to get on the court

Terrace ringette players take aim

Nine Terrace players are heading to the BC Winter Games to represent the northwest zone in ringette

Evictions worry Terrace, B.C. city councillor

Housing getting increasingly tight in northwestern B.C. city

Mayor wants landlords to ease up

Just because you can rent out your basement suite for $2,500, doesn’t mean you should.

NDP executive makes northern connection

Terrace's Pam Sihota is a member of a panel tasked with looking at what went wrong for the NDP in last year's provincial election.