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Jason Haldane is seeing his Olympic dreams come true as he prepares to hit the volleyball courts for the England national team.
Two Terrace locals have been invited to the U17 Cup in Salmon Arm, May 9th.
Four Terrace hockey players recently got to skate with the best bantams in the province as they took part in the U16 BC Cup.
The Skeena Valley Golf Course is open and hoping for a sunny summer.
Longer break to help those going on a spring vacation
The Regional District of Kitimat Stikine is looking into what it can do to keep the doors of Thornhill Junior Secondary School's gym open.
Teachers in Terrace start voting this afternoon to decide how they'll react to legislation which ended a seven-month job action in March.
Terrace minor hockey graduate Chapen Leblond has accepted a scholarship offer from Keyano College in Fort McMurray.
School times are back to normal this week in the Coast Mountains school district for the first tine since October.
Money saved from a three-day teachers’ strike last month will spent on improving special needs services, the province has announced.
Telus says it is already making improvements in the area
AS INDUSTRIAL activity begins to boom in the northwest, people are lining up to take part in the heavy equipment operator course.
Terrace’s Copeland rink has won the Men’s Loggers Bonspiel March 25.
The Coast Mountains school district will be asking the public what it thinks about adopting a two-week spring break for next school year.
A local grandfather is gathering signatures to support another StrongStart program in Terrace and Thornhill.
They are also looking at what to do now that legislation has put a stop to job action.
The Terrace bantam rep girls team win silver at tier 1 provincials, after losing to Prince George in the gold medal match, 4-1.
There's no place here now to take glass for recycling
The Coast Mountains School District did not pay teachers $375,000
Teachers in Terrace were disappointed to learn that next week's parent teacher interviews have been cancelled.