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School District No. 92 of the Nisga’a nation has said it is unable to continue paying a membership fee for residents of the Nass Valley.
The regional district director for Thornhill, Ted Ramsey, says he is in support of giving more money to the Terrace Public Library.
Coast Mountains school board chair Barry Pankhurst died suddenly yesterday while in Vancouver.
THE newly-elected city council may have come up against its first serious issues thanks to a budget shortfall at the Terrace Public Library.
Blank report cards were mailed to Coast Mountains students’ homes last week.
A MOTION to reconsider closing Thornhill Junior Secondary School was defeated last night.
Two Terrace sisters recently took on the ING New York city marathon.
POLLS are open until 8 pm today as voters choose representatives for three local governing bodies.
The cancellation of band programs in elementary schools begins next fall.
The Terrace River Kings grabbed a victory on home ice last weekend, with a 4-2 win over the Prince Rupert Rampage, Nov. 12.
Shames Mountain will have a new general manager this year, as Christian Theberge takes the reins at the ski hill.
A QUERY from a Terrace Public Library board member at the Nov. 8 all candidates forum sparked near-unanimous praise for the facility.
SCHOOL district trustees last night debated education issues.
LOCAL teachers' union president Karen Andrews says parents are being encouraged to talk to their children's teachers about their progress.
Coast Mountains students will soon receive blank report cards.
Athletes from the Terrace Shogun Dojo will be packing up and taking off to represent the country again – this time in Cadiz, Spain.
Terrace’s Ben Reinbolt is taking on his first year of Junior A hockey with Manitoba’s Winkler Flyers.
As road repairs continue on Hwy 37A east of Stewart, wait times because of these repairs are affecting commercial traffic and businesses.
The Terrace sportsplex is buzzing with excitement this afternoon, as the first-ever Cliff Sharples memorial hockey tournament begins.
A local sports writer and self-proclaimed hockey fanatic has released his third novel, this time in the form of an internet book, or e-book.