Jake Wray

Terrace conservation officers relocated this spirit bear deep into the wilderness to keep it away from human territory. The bear roamed Kitsumkalum Valley north of Terrace for many years prior to being relocated. (B.C. Conservation Officer Service photo)

Terrace conservation officers relocate Spirit bear

Bear roamed Kitsumkalum Valley north of Terrace for many years

Terrace conservation officers relocated this spirit bear deep into the wilderness to keep it away from human territory. The bear roamed Kitsumkalum Valley north of Terrace for many years prior to being relocated. (B.C. Conservation Officer Service photo)
A procession of dozens of emergency vehicles drove through Terrace July 7 in honour of Mike Sorenson, a paramedic and patient care delivery manager based out of Prince Rupert who died recently. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)

Terrace first responders honour late colleague with large procession

Dozens of emergency vehicles drove through Terrace July 7

A procession of dozens of emergency vehicles drove through Terrace July 7 in honour of Mike Sorenson, a paramedic and patient care delivery manager based out of Prince Rupert who died recently. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
Longtime Terrace resident celebrates 100th birthday

Longtime Terrace resident celebrates 100th birthday

Family, friends gathered for brief celebration that included pandemic precautions

Longtime Terrace resident celebrates 100th birthday
Man found injured in Thornhill

Man found injured in Thornhill

No foul play suspected, RCMP say

Man found injured in Thornhill
The six signatories of the Northern First Nations Alliance (NFNA,) a newly-formed collaboration between Indigenous governments in the Northwest, are seen here June 29 in Terrace. Back: Don Roberts, chief councillor Kitsumkalum First Nation, Bruce Innis, deputy chief councillor Gitxaala Nation, Delbert Good, economic development Gitanyow Band. Front: Judy Gerow, chief councillor Kitselas First Nation, Crystal Smith, chief councillor Haisla Nation, Eva Clayton, president, Nisga’a Lisims Government.

Northwest Indigenous governments form new alliance

Alliance intended as way to share resources, maximize opportunities

The six signatories of the Northern First Nations Alliance (NFNA,) a newly-formed collaboration between Indigenous governments in the Northwest, are seen here June 29 in Terrace. Back: Don Roberts, chief councillor Kitsumkalum First Nation, Bruce Innis, deputy chief councillor Gitxaala Nation, Delbert Good, economic development Gitanyow Band. Front: Judy Gerow, chief councillor Kitselas First Nation, Crystal Smith, chief councillor Haisla Nation, Eva Clayton, president, Nisga’a Lisims Government.
Mavis and Ron Ramsey are seen here in 2013 after winning the Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year award for their Helping Hands program that raises money to help folks in need cover medical expenses. More recently, they were awarded the Meritorious Service Medal by Canada’s Governor General on July 1, 2020 for the same program. (File photo)

Terrace couple awarded by Governor General for volunteer work

Ron and Mavis Ramsey recognized for founding society that covers medical expenses

Mavis and Ron Ramsey are seen here in 2013 after winning the Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year award for their Helping Hands program that raises money to help folks in need cover medical expenses. More recently, they were awarded the Meritorious Service Medal by Canada’s Governor General on July 1, 2020 for the same program. (File photo)
Group rescued unharmed after attempting to tube Lakelse River

Group rescued unharmed after attempting to tube Lakelse River

Terrace Search and Rescue brought in helicopter to conduct search

Group rescued unharmed after attempting to tube Lakelse River
RCMP searching for missing Terrace man

RCMP searching for missing Terrace man

Tyler Montague last made contact with family June 24

RCMP searching for missing Terrace man
This black bear was spotted June 22 in Terrace by Jordan Linteris, who said the bear startled his daughter while she was biking and has been getting into trash. Conservation officers killed a bear in the same area. (Photo courtesy Jordan Linteris)

Conservation officers kill black bear near Terrace

Bear was getting into garbage in town, not afraid of humans

This black bear was spotted June 22 in Terrace by Jordan Linteris, who said the bear startled his daughter while she was biking and has been getting into trash. Conservation officers killed a bear in the same area. (Photo courtesy Jordan Linteris)
Five more murals will be painted on buildings in downtown Terrace this summer, organized by the Skeena Salmon Arts Festival Society. This image shows a mural that was painted on the MNP LLP building under a similar initiative in summer 2019 by Facundo Gastia and the Raven-Tacuara collective. (Facebook photos)

Five more murals to be painted in downtown Terrace this summer

Several sculptures also in the works

Five more murals will be painted on buildings in downtown Terrace this summer, organized by the Skeena Salmon Arts Festival Society. This image shows a mural that was painted on the MNP LLP building under a similar initiative in summer 2019 by Facundo Gastia and the Raven-Tacuara collective. (Facebook photos)
Terrace RCMP are searching for Terry Stevens, 30, of the Nass Valley, who is wanted in relation to forcible entry, assault and breach release order chargers, according to a June 24 RCMP press release. (Terrace RCMP handout photo)

Terrace RCMP searching for Nass Valley man wanted on arrest warrant

Man wanted in relation to forcible entry, assault charges

Terrace RCMP are searching for Terry Stevens, 30, of the Nass Valley, who is wanted in relation to forcible entry, assault and breach release order chargers, according to a June 24 RCMP press release. (Terrace RCMP handout photo)
Angelo Raposo, 12, started his own yard work business when his school year ended abruptly due to the pandemic. He is seen here at home in Thornhill on June 19. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)

Skeena voices: ‘I’m happy school’s out, at least’

Thornhill entrepreneur, 12, uses ample free time to start yard work business

Angelo Raposo, 12, started his own yard work business when his school year ended abruptly due to the pandemic. He is seen here at home in Thornhill on June 19. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
This black bear was spotted June 22 in Terrace by Jordan Linteris, who said the bear startled his daughter while she was biking and has been getting into trash. Conservation officers believe there are actually two black bears encroaching into Terrace right now. (Photo courtesy Jordan Linteris)

Two black bears near Terrace, conservation officers say

Reports of bears right in town, getting into trash

This black bear was spotted June 22 in Terrace by Jordan Linteris, who said the bear startled his daughter while she was biking and has been getting into trash. Conservation officers believe there are actually two black bears encroaching into Terrace right now. (Photo courtesy Jordan Linteris)
Rail cars laden with tied-down 48-inch diameter pipe lengths for the Coastal GasLink pipeline began to appear in Terrace last winter, bound for a storage yard north of Kitimat. (Natalia Balcerzak/Terrace Standard)

Some Coastal GasLink workers could be housed in Terrace hotels

Pipeline workforce to increase by hundreds this summer as pipe goes in ground

Rail cars laden with tied-down 48-inch diameter pipe lengths for the Coastal GasLink pipeline began to appear in Terrace last winter, bound for a storage yard north of Kitimat. (Natalia Balcerzak/Terrace Standard)
Eli McMillan, right, of the Kermode Friendship Society, hands out hot meals to clients of a free food truck June 17. The food truck, owned by the Salvation Army, was in place six weeks propelled by funding from BC Housing. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)

Nearly 1,000 free meals distributed from outreach food truck

Salvation Army and Kermode Friendship Society provided meals using funds from BC Housing

Eli McMillan, right, of the Kermode Friendship Society, hands out hot meals to clients of a free food truck June 17. The food truck, owned by the Salvation Army, was in place six weeks propelled by funding from BC Housing. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
The Caledonia Secondary School 2020 grad class had to modify their graduation ceremony due to the pandemic. The school is seen here on October 28, 2019. (File photo)

Modified grad events happening this weekend

Grads to line Millennium Trail Saturday night

The Caledonia Secondary School 2020 grad class had to modify their graduation ceremony due to the pandemic. The school is seen here on October 28, 2019. (File photo)
This graphic shows how fractures in the Earth’s crust allow for geothermal heating of water, a process that Kitselas Geothermal Inc. hopes to capitalize on near Terrace. Representatives of the company met with Terrace city council June 8, 2020 to report they have had success with exploratory drilling and are close to being ready to harness geothermal energy for industrial use. (Image courtesy of Kitselas Geothermal Inc.)

Company nearly ready to tap geothermal energy near Terrace

Project could supply energy to Skeena Industrial Development Park

This graphic shows how fractures in the Earth’s crust allow for geothermal heating of water, a process that Kitselas Geothermal Inc. hopes to capitalize on near Terrace. Representatives of the company met with Terrace city council June 8, 2020 to report they have had success with exploratory drilling and are close to being ready to harness geothermal energy for industrial use. (Image courtesy of Kitselas Geothermal Inc.)
Developer says City of Terrace overcharging for building permits

Developer says City of Terrace overcharging for building permits

Issue stems from disagreement on interpretation of bylaw

Developer says City of Terrace overcharging for building permits
Runners competed in the 42nd King of the Mountain foot race in Terrace on July 13, 2019. This year, the 43rd annual race will be held in a virtual format due to the pandemic. (Contributed photo)

King of the Mountain foot race switches to virtual format

Organizers didn’t cancel because event is fundraiser for Terrace SAR

Runners competed in the 42nd King of the Mountain foot race in Terrace on July 13, 2019. This year, the 43rd annual race will be held in a virtual format due to the pandemic. (Contributed photo)
Terrace RCMP arrest man near recycling depot

Terrace RCMP arrest man near recycling depot

Police were responding to report of man uttering threats

Terrace RCMP arrest man near recycling depot