Ben Bogstie, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Thornhill’s future takes centre stage at June 2 public hearing

The current community plan was adopted in 1981

Class will look different at Coast Mountain College this September

The college is embracing a distributed learning model

The pros have a plan to play, what about minor hockey?

Plans are in the works, but the process is moving slowly

BC Hydro building extension almost complete

Extension will serve as a heated parking space for vehicles

Northern Women’s Recovery House Society calls for public engagement

Society aims to plans to bring the first women’s recovery house to northern B.C.

Tradition and technology: Nisga’a Elementary Secondary’s plan for grad

NESS joins other schools in northwest B.C. using video and streaming

What happens to a community garden during a pandemic?

Green Thumb Garden Society has made some changes, hopes for more volunteers and members

Regional district prepares to borrow money if necessary

The money would tide the regional district over until property taxes arrive

Still a lot of work to do to fully connect regional district

Draft strategy shows dependence on on single fibre optic cable route, poor cellular service on roads

BC Transit focused on making buses safer and more comfortable in Phase Two of BC’s Restart Plan

All Terrace buses will have vinyl barriers to protect drivers by June 1

Regional district puts COVID-19 safeguards in place

Meeting today will be by tele-conference

‘A beautiful thing’: Terrace barber shops reopen

Hair salons and barber shops have been closed since March 21 due to COVID-19

Central Mountain Air to resume scheduled flights to Terrace

Scheduled flights have been cancelled since April 11, charter flights remain available

The BC Community Bat Program’s annual bat count set to kick off in June

B.C. bats have nothing to do with COVID-19, but they are threatened by white-nose syndrome

What happens when there is a wildfire in the northwest?

The Northwest Fire Centre in Smithers is responsible for over a quarter of B.C.’s area

Cameras and convoys: Graduation in the age of COVID-19

Schools in Terrace and Kitimat are thinking outside the box to give students a graduation ceremony

The BC Community Bat Program’s annual bat count set to kick off in June

B.C. bats have nothing to do with COVID-19, but they are threatened by white-nose syndrome

Hopsitality workers in Kitimat ratify first union contract

Front desk, kitchen and housekeeping workers enjoy raises and other benefits

COVID-19 checkpoint on Highway 16 could happen as early as next week

Lax Kw’alaams and Metlakatla call for meeting with the premier and a ban on non-essential travel