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Terrace welcomes new RCMP commander from Prince George

Inspector Jayson Lucash started his position as the top cop of the detachment Nov. 1

New hotel takes another step towards completion

The Sunshine Inn is expected to open by spring 2019, owner says

VIDEO: Bells of Peace ceremony in Terrace

More than 100 people rung bells on Nov. 11 to mark centenary anniversary of WWI’s end

Union president warns of firefighter shortage

Budget increase desperately needed now, and again with major projects down the road

Depictions of nature, poetry and colour brighten up Terrace Art Gallery

The works of Joan Turecki and Stephen Mann will be displayed until Nov. 24

GALLERY: Remembrance Day 2018

100 year later, Terrace remembers

Remembering a fallen grandfather

Terrace resident sees First World War memorial in France to honour grandfather

Remembrance Day services in Terrace

Residents will mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War Sunday

School district set to receive $20K for youth trades apprenticeships

Money part of $1.3 million in provincial funding to raise awareness about the program

New Terrace council sworn in

Newcomers Evan Ramsay and Jessica McCallum-Miller signed in for their first four-year terms

BC Transit to review Terrace service plan for first time since 2012

Study prompted by significant rise in this year’s ridership

Skeena Mall celebrates 40 years in Terrace

Property manager says interest in leasing agreements “heating up”

Five Terrace heroes recognized for avalanche rescue

The Royal Canadian Humane Association handed out bravery awards to 19 British Columbians Oct. 26

B.C. Citizens’ Services Minister addresses existing connectivity gaps in northern B.C.

Jinny Sims stopped by Terrace on her tour promoting new cell tower in Witset

Halloween Howl looking for volunteers

Good-hearted ghouls can help hand out candy from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Heritage Park

Council briefs: ‘Love Terrace’ sign to be relocated

Discussions from Oct. 22 meeting

School district starts recruiting for Youth Work in Trades program

Eleven students from northern B.C. received $1,000 for completing 900 hours last spring

Midget reps back with Halloween fireworks fundraiser

Annual sale helps to keep travel costs low for Terrace team

Outgoing councillors Tyers, Prevost say goodbye

The sitting Terrace council met for the last time Oct. 22

Terrace childhood educator to receive provincial award

Lucie Theoret is one of three to be recognized by the BC Aboriginal Child Care Society