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Approximately 100 demonstrators gathered for an anti-racism rally in front of Terrace city hall June 7. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)

Anti-racism demonstration held in Terrace

Demonstration part of global wave of protest that began in US

Approximately 100 demonstrators gathered for an anti-racism rally in front of Terrace city hall June 7. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
Heritage Park Museum is now open for its busy summer season. (File photo)

Heritage Park Museum open for summer season

Self-guided tours and grad photos available

Heritage Park Museum is now open for its busy summer season. (File photo)
Skeena Valley Farmers Market manager Margo Peill is seen here at the market with Luigi Maddalena in 2018. The market is looking to return to a physical format after going online in response to COVID-19 earlier this year. (File photo)

Skeena Valley Farmers Market looks to reopen

Market switched to online format earlier this year in response to pandemic

Skeena Valley Farmers Market manager Margo Peill is seen here at the market with Luigi Maddalena in 2018. The market is looking to return to a physical format after going online in response to COVID-19 earlier this year. (File photo)
(Natalia Balcerzak/Terrace Standard)

City of Terrace considers reopening playgrounds, day camps

Sportsplex and aquatic centre likely to remain closed through summer

(Natalia Balcerzak/Terrace Standard)
Skeena MLA Ellis Ross, left, visited Terrace city council to advocate for a small proposed LNG project May 27. Councillor Sean Bujtas, middle, and mayor Carol Leclerc were present, as well as councillor Brian Downie, not pictured. Other councillors participated by phone. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)

Skeena MLA advocates for small LNG project in Terrace

Many questions unanswered about project, say opponents

Skeena MLA Ellis Ross, left, visited Terrace city council to advocate for a small proposed LNG project May 27. Councillor Sean Bujtas, middle, and mayor Carol Leclerc were present, as well as councillor Brian Downie, not pictured. Other councillors participated by phone. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
Skeena MLA Ellis Ross, left, visited Terrace city council to advocate for a small proposed LNG project May 27. Councillor Sean Bujtas, middle, and mayor Carol Leclerc were present, as well as councillor Brian Downie, not pictured. Other councillors participated by phone. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)

Skeena MLA advocates for small LNG project in Terrace

Many questions unanswered about project, say opponents

Skeena MLA Ellis Ross, left, visited Terrace city council to advocate for a small proposed LNG project May 27. Councillor Sean Bujtas, middle, and mayor Carol Leclerc were present, as well as councillor Brian Downie, not pictured. Other councillors participated by phone. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
This map shows the Tseax Volcano, which erupted approximately 250 years ago. The purple section indicates where lava flowed like a river down into the Nass Valley, and the white squares indicate the sites of three Nisga’a villages destroyed by the lava. (Image courtesy Yannick Le Moigne et al)

Scientists produce extensive map of Tseax Volcano, lava flow

Volcano had been studied previously, but never in such detail

This map shows the Tseax Volcano, which erupted approximately 250 years ago. The purple section indicates where lava flowed like a river down into the Nass Valley, and the white squares indicate the sites of three Nisga’a villages destroyed by the lava. (Image courtesy Yannick Le Moigne et al)
Question of the week | June 4

Question of the week | June 4

Would you use ride-hailing if it came to Terrace?

Question of the week | June 4
Terrace RCMP respond to firearms call on South Side

Terrace RCMP respond to firearms call on South Side

One person arrested without incident

Terrace RCMP respond to firearms call on South Side
City increasing maximum business license fine

City increasing maximum business license fine

Maximum unlikely to ever be used, according to City

City increasing maximum business license fine
Terrace woman’s truck vandalized with ‘go home’ message

Terrace woman’s truck vandalized with ‘go home’ message

She has lived in Terrace since 2003

Terrace woman’s truck vandalized with ‘go home’ message
City council considers easing food truck restriction

City council considers easing food truck restriction

Food trucks limited to four hours public parking, may increase to six hours

City council considers easing food truck restriction
City of Terrace creates bylaw framework for ride-hailing

City of Terrace creates bylaw framework for ride-hailing

No ride-hailing announced yet for region, but may be coming soon

City of Terrace creates bylaw framework for ride-hailing
Firefighters extinguished a small blaze at the Thornhill community grounds May 23. (Photo courtesy Thornhill Volunteer Fire Department)

Small fire extinguished at Thornhill community grounds

Camper destroyed and some trees burned

Firefighters extinguished a small blaze at the Thornhill community grounds May 23. (Photo courtesy Thornhill Volunteer Fire Department)
Local runners complete Terrace to Rosswood marathon

Local runners complete Terrace to Rosswood marathon

First-ever event could become an annual event

Local runners complete Terrace to Rosswood marathon
Volunteer firefighter Adam Teichroeb went up in the bucket May 21 to drop eggs onto the pavement. The eggs were packaged by students from Cassie Hall Elementary School as part of a science experiment to see what kind of packaging best protected the eggs. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)

Firefighter drops eggs 65 ft. for kids’ science project

Elementary students attempt to determine ideal packaging to cushion eggs

Volunteer firefighter Adam Teichroeb went up in the bucket May 21 to drop eggs onto the pavement. The eggs were packaged by students from Cassie Hall Elementary School as part of a science experiment to see what kind of packaging best protected the eggs. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
Parklets returning to downtown Terrace

Parklets returning to downtown Terrace

Modular, portable patios were a hit last year, City says

Parklets returning to downtown Terrace
Arlo, left, and Cash, right, fought two wolves while out camping with owners Friday Bailey and Nathan Meakes on May 16. Cash was left with a severe bite mark on his neck and a scratch to his groin, but he managed to fend off the wolves and he is recovering at home. (Photos courtesy Friday Bailey)

Terrace couple’s dogs battle wolves while camping

One dog sustained serious injuries but is recovering at home

Arlo, left, and Cash, right, fought two wolves while out camping with owners Friday Bailey and Nathan Meakes on May 16. Cash was left with a severe bite mark on his neck and a scratch to his groin, but he managed to fend off the wolves and he is recovering at home. (Photos courtesy Friday Bailey)
Arlo, left, and Cash, right, fought two wolves while out camping with owners Friday Bailey and Nathan Meakes on May 16. Cash was left with a severe bite mark on his neck and a scratch to his groin, but he managed to fend off the wolves and he is recovering at home. (Photos courtesy Friday Bailey)

Terrace couple’s dogs battle wolves while camping

One dog sustained serious injuries but is recovering at home

Arlo, left, and Cash, right, fought two wolves while out camping with owners Friday Bailey and Nathan Meakes on May 16. Cash was left with a severe bite mark on his neck and a scratch to his groin, but he managed to fend off the wolves and he is recovering at home. (Photos courtesy Friday Bailey)
A dramatic police chase involving a suspected impaired driver in a pickup truck near Terrace ended soon after a civilian driver parked a Wonder Bread truck across Hwy 16 on Nov. 29, 2019. (File photo)

Police chase suspect denied bail

Accused voiced concerns about COVID-19 in correctional facilities

A dramatic police chase involving a suspected impaired driver in a pickup truck near Terrace ended soon after a civilian driver parked a Wonder Bread truck across Hwy 16 on Nov. 29, 2019. (File photo)