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James Nathan Roberts, 38, was found dead May 15 by a Terrace RCMP officer patrolling the woods between the curling rink and the train tracks. Police are asking the public to come forward with any information. (Submitted photo)

Terrace RCMP investigating homicide

Police seek info from public in death of James Nathan Roberts, 38

James Nathan Roberts, 38, was found dead May 15 by a Terrace RCMP officer patrolling the woods between the curling rink and the train tracks. Police are asking the public to come forward with any information. (Submitted photo)
Terrace RCMP are investigating a sudden death, discovered May 15, in the woods between the curling rink and the train tracks. (Jake Wray photo)

Terrace RCMP investigating sudden death

Police asking public for information

Terrace RCMP are investigating a sudden death, discovered May 15, in the woods between the curling rink and the train tracks. (Jake Wray photo)
Domino’s customer allegedly finds spit in pizza

Domino’s customer allegedly finds spit in pizza

Questions remain after Northern Health routine inspection

Domino’s customer allegedly finds spit in pizza
A fire damaged a classic collector’s pickup truck, an RV and forest vegetation May 13 on private property near Old Remo. (Thornhill Volunteer Fire Department photo)

Small wildfire damages classic truck

RV, lumber also destroyed after blaze on private property near Old Remo

A fire damaged a classic collector’s pickup truck, an RV and forest vegetation May 13 on private property near Old Remo. (Thornhill Volunteer Fire Department photo)
Terrace RCMP Inspector Jayson Lucash, left, appeared before city council May 13 to discuss the Terrace detachment’s strategic priorities over the next year. Mayor Carol Leclerc, right, was present in chambers, while the rest of council participated by phone to maintain physical distancing. (Jake Wray photo)

Council poses questions to RCMP Inspector

Inspector appeared before council for regular annual strategy meeting

Terrace RCMP Inspector Jayson Lucash, left, appeared before city council May 13 to discuss the Terrace detachment’s strategic priorities over the next year. Mayor Carol Leclerc, right, was present in chambers, while the rest of council participated by phone to maintain physical distancing. (Jake Wray photo)
Ferry Island campground is set to reopen May 19. (File photo)

Ferry Island campground to reopen for locals

Tenting not permitted as bathrooms remain closed

Ferry Island campground is set to reopen May 19. (File photo)
No one hurt after report of shots fired in Thornhill

No one hurt after report of shots fired in Thornhill

RCMP arrested one man who surrendered without incident

No one hurt after report of shots fired in Thornhill
Council briefs: Signs for grads

Council briefs: Signs for grads

Summary of council discussions from May 11

Council briefs: Signs for grads
More than 200 people attended a session with B.C. Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie in Terrace at the Happy Gang Centre in 2019. (File photo)

Happy Gang Centre closed but surviving

Seniors club offering grocery help to members

More than 200 people attended a session with B.C. Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie in Terrace at the Happy Gang Centre in 2019. (File photo)
A small wildfire was discovered on Copper Mountain May 10, but it was quickly brought under control by fire crews. (Photo courtesy Martin Holzbauer)

Small wildfire handled on Copper Mountain

Larger fire burning south of Kitimat

A small wildfire was discovered on Copper Mountain May 10, but it was quickly brought under control by fire crews. (Photo courtesy Martin Holzbauer)
Lakelse Lake Provincial Park is set to re-open for day use this May long weekend. (File photo)

RCMP ready for May long weekend as parks reopen

‘Zero tolerance’ for underage drinking, police say

Lakelse Lake Provincial Park is set to re-open for day use this May long weekend. (File photo)
Firefighters responded to a report of smoke billowing from the wall of HG Health Centre on Lazelle Ave. the morning of May 11. The burn was extinguished fairly quickly. (Bert Husband photo)

Small fire extinguished on Lazelle Ave.

Fire was burning inside wall of doctor’s office

Firefighters responded to a report of smoke billowing from the wall of HG Health Centre on Lazelle Ave. the morning of May 11. The burn was extinguished fairly quickly. (Bert Husband photo)
Thirty-two Mounties lined up at the Thornhill Community Grounds for a performance in 2018. (File photo)

Effects of closed RCMP training centre felt in Terrace

Lack of newly-graduated recruits stymies City’s plan to increase ranks

Thirty-two Mounties lined up at the Thornhill Community Grounds for a performance in 2018. (File photo)
“The Logger” was carved by local artist Joerg Jung, who was commissioned in 2019 by the TDIA to transform a tree stump into a work of art. (File photo)

City streamlining public art process

Framework for public art proposals will consider logistics, not creative aspects

“The Logger” was carved by local artist Joerg Jung, who was commissioned in 2019 by the TDIA to transform a tree stump into a work of art. (File photo)
While young soccer players can’t take to the field this year like they did in this file photo from 2018, the Terrace Youth Soccer Association is holding clinics online. (file photo)

Terrace youth soccer goes online

Web training sessions available until pandemic passes

While young soccer players can’t take to the field this year like they did in this file photo from 2018, the Terrace Youth Soccer Association is holding clinics online. (file photo)
Heritage Park Museum’s curator Anna Glass, seen here in 2019, said the museum will focus on digital initiatives this summer as it is closed to the public due to COVID-19. (File photo)

Plenty of work still to be done at museum this summer

Museum to miss busy summer season, closed until COVID-19 restrictions lifted

Heritage Park Museum’s curator Anna Glass, seen here in 2019, said the museum will focus on digital initiatives this summer as it is closed to the public due to COVID-19. (File photo)
Council briefs: Sewer and water fees up 5 per cent

Council briefs: Sewer and water fees up 5 per cent

Summary of key discussions from the public council meeting April 27.

Council briefs: Sewer and water fees up 5 per cent
This traffic light, at the intersection of Kalum St. and Scott Ave., has malfunctioned and is blinking yellow. City officials said April 30 they are waiting for a part and hope to have the light repaired in a week. (Jake Wray photo)

Pedestrians report close calls under malfunctioning traffic light

Light at Kalum St. and Scott Ave. should be fixed soon, city says

This traffic light, at the intersection of Kalum St. and Scott Ave., has malfunctioned and is blinking yellow. City officials said April 30 they are waiting for a part and hope to have the light repaired in a week. (Jake Wray photo)
The Terraceview Lodge hopes to get a HubScrub, seen here, which uses ultraviolet light and chemicals to sanitize wheelchairs and other equipment. (Facebook photo)

Terraceview Lodge hopes for wheelchair sanitizer

New machine could be funded by donations

The Terraceview Lodge hopes to get a HubScrub, seen here, which uses ultraviolet light and chemicals to sanitize wheelchairs and other equipment. (Facebook photo)
Terrace RCMP seized these drugs while executing a search warrant on the 4600 block of Scott Ave. February 20 (Terrace RCMP Press Release Photo)

City council to pen letter against drug trafficking

RCMP asked council for a community impact statement to be used in court

Terrace RCMP seized these drugs while executing a search warrant on the 4600 block of Scott Ave. February 20 (Terrace RCMP Press Release Photo)