Jake Wray

The Nisga’a Nation lifted its local state of emergency Sept. 11. The state of emergency was enacted Sept. after three positive COVID-19 cases were detected in the Nass Valley. (File photo)

Nisga’a Nation lifts local state of emergency

No new COVID-19 cases detected since state of emergency was enacted

The Nisga’a Nation lifted its local state of emergency Sept. 11. The state of emergency was enacted Sept. after three positive COVID-19 cases were detected in the Nass Valley. (File photo)
Firefighters enter a smoldering building on Lakelse Ave. in downtown Terrace around 2 p.m. Sept. 9 (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)

VIDEO: Fire smolders in downtown Terrace

Billowing smoke and fire engines drew onlookers to Lakelse Ave.

Firefighters enter a smoldering building on Lakelse Ave. in downtown Terrace around 2 p.m. Sept. 9 (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
Firefighters enter a smoldering building on Lakelse Ave. in downtown Terrace around 2 p.m. Sept. 9 (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)

Fire smolders in downtown Terrace storefront

Billowing smoke and fire engines drew onlookers to Lakelse Ave.

Firefighters enter a smoldering building on Lakelse Ave. in downtown Terrace around 2 p.m. Sept. 9 (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
Ken Shaw, an agriculture expert in Prince Rupert, expanded his garden during the pandemic and donated the extra produce to food banks. The expanded garden, nicknamed “COVID Gardens,” is seen here in a photo Shaw shared during an Aug. 26 presentation to Terrace city council regarding food security. (Ken Shaw photo)

Agriculture expert talks Northwest food security

Pandemic exposed faults in supply chain, Ken Shaw of Prince Rupert told Terrace city council

Ken Shaw, an agriculture expert in Prince Rupert, expanded his garden during the pandemic and donated the extra produce to food banks. The expanded garden, nicknamed “COVID Gardens,” is seen here in a photo Shaw shared during an Aug. 26 presentation to Terrace city council regarding food security. (Ken Shaw photo)
Taylor Bachrach, NDP MP for Skeena—Bulkley Valley, is seen here at the former ET Kenney school building in Terrace during a tour with NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh Aug. 19 (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)

MP Taylor Bachrach shares Labour Day thoughts

Many front-line workers underpaid, undervalued, Bachrach says

Taylor Bachrach, NDP MP for Skeena—Bulkley Valley, is seen here at the former ET Kenney school building in Terrace during a tour with NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh Aug. 19 (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
Sam Raven, president of the Terrace Kitimat and District Labour Council (TDLC), says labour activism her way of strengthening the community around her. (Photo courtesy Sam Raven)

Skeena Voices | Labour activism is about helping everybody

Sam Raven wants to strengthen labour movement in Skeena, Bulkley Valley area

Sam Raven, president of the Terrace Kitimat and District Labour Council (TDLC), says labour activism her way of strengthening the community around her. (Photo courtesy Sam Raven)
The Nisga’a Nation has issued strict COVID-19 pandemic protocols following a potential COVID-19 case in the Nass Valley. (File photo)

Three COVID-19 cases confirmed in the Nass Valley

Nisga’a Nation under strict safety protocols since possible COVID-19 exposure at memorial services

The Nisga’a Nation has issued strict COVID-19 pandemic protocols following a potential COVID-19 case in the Nass Valley. (File photo)
Artist Mike Dangeli sketches a figure on the Highway of Tears memorial totem pole he is carving under a tent in his back yard in Terrace on July 22. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)

Highway of Tears memorial totem pole to be raised tomorrow

Attendance limited due to COVID-19 safety precautions, but event will stream online

Artist Mike Dangeli sketches a figure on the Highway of Tears memorial totem pole he is carving under a tent in his back yard in Terrace on July 22. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
This power line clearing is carved through forest on the same hill where several property owners were fined by the City of Terrace in 2020 for cutting down trees to enhance views. Photo taken Aug. 28. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
This power line clearing is carved through forest on the same hill where several property owners were fined by the City of Terrace in 2020 for cutting down trees to enhance views. Photo taken Aug. 28. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
First responders treat an overdose patient on the southwest corner of Lakelse Ave. and Apsley St. at approximately 11:30 a.m. Aug. 28. It was a “routine call,” accord-ing to a BC Emergency Health Services spokesperson, who noted that overdose calls in Terrace have sharply increased in recent months.

Overdose calls increase significantly in Terrace

122 incidents so far this year, compared to 98 in all of 2019

First responders treat an overdose patient on the southwest corner of Lakelse Ave. and Apsley St. at approximately 11:30 a.m. Aug. 28. It was a “routine call,” accord-ing to a BC Emergency Health Services spokesperson, who noted that overdose calls in Terrace have sharply increased in recent months.
The Nisga’a Nation has issued strict COVID-19 pandemic protocols following a potential COVID-19 case in the Nass Valley. (File photo)

Nisga’a Nation enacts emergency measures after possible COVID-19 exposure

Attendees of memorial services for Dr. Joseph Gosnell ordered to self-isolate

The Nisga’a Nation has issued strict COVID-19 pandemic protocols following a potential COVID-19 case in the Nass Valley. (File photo)
Tow truck impounded after attempting to impound street racers

Tow truck impounded after attempting to impound street racers

Tow truck driver failed a breathalyzer test

Tow truck impounded after attempting to impound street racers
Tow truck impounded after attempting to impound street racers

Tow truck impounded after attempting to impound street racers

Tow truck driver failed a breathalyzer test

Tow truck impounded after attempting to impound street racers
Skeena Voices | Art influenced by a deep love of the wilderness

Skeena Voices | Art influenced by a deep love of the wilderness

Terrace’s Casey Braam has painted several large murals on buildings downtown

Skeena Voices | Art influenced by a deep love of the wilderness
Skeena — Bulkley Valley politicians react to new Conservative Party leader

Skeena — Bulkley Valley politicians react to new Conservative Party leader

Erin O’Toole was elected leader of the Conservative Party of Canada Aug. 24, 2020

Skeena — Bulkley Valley politicians react to new Conservative Party leader
Terrace RCMP are seeking a person of interest in an assault that took place at Thornhill Primary School on July 12. The person of interest may have been driving this Ford truck. (Terrace RCMP handout)

Terrace RCMP seek person of interest in Thornhill assault

Person of interest may have been driving tan Ford carrying three jet skis

Terrace RCMP are seeking a person of interest in an assault that took place at Thornhill Primary School on July 12. The person of interest may have been driving this Ford truck. (Terrace RCMP handout)
City of Terrace council chambers, seen here Aug. 21, are set to get some audio/video equipment upgrades as council has been conducting much of its business virtually since the pandemic began. (Ben Bogstie/Terrace Standard)
City of Terrace council chambers, seen here Aug. 21, are set to get some audio/video equipment upgrades as council has been conducting much of its business virtually since the pandemic began. (Ben Bogstie/Terrace Standard)
Council briefs: Court watch loses momentum

Council briefs: Court watch loses momentum

Summary of key discussions at Terrace city council’s regular meeting Aug. 10

Council briefs: Court watch loses momentum
Terrace RCMP searching for suspect in armed robbery

Terrace RCMP searching for suspect in armed robbery

UPDATE: Domino’s Pizza in Terrace was location of robbery

Terrace RCMP searching for suspect in armed robbery
These are some of the weapons police seized from David Edwardsen during a search in September 2012. (File photo)

Former Terrace man gets full parole on drug, weapon convictions

David Edwardsen was sentenced to 8 years prison in 2018

These are some of the weapons police seized from David Edwardsen during a search in September 2012. (File photo)