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Two of Terrace’s minor hockey players have made it past round one of the Cariboo Cougars selection camp Aug. 5-7.
As Terrace looks toward a resurgence in regional industry, and a predicted labour shortage looms over B.C., skilled workers will be in demand, say those close to the situation.
SPENDING is higher for northern Members of the Legislative Assembly because of travel costs, says Skeena NDP MLA Robin Austin.
COAST MOUNTAINS School District has received provincial approval to reduce by two the number of its trustees.
The North Coast Nightmares roller derby team will be out of a place to practice come September, and are putting out a call for help as the team searches for a new home.
The former vice-principal at Skeena Junior Secondary School says he almost made it into retirement.
A core group of Terrace locals have been harnessing the power of wind on water, ice and snow as they take part in the world-wide growing sport of kiteboarding
RIVERBOAT DAYS will have a new event this year as a games from around the world day is being organized to showcase some multicultural fun and promote interactions between the ages.
A former Terrace resident has joined the coaching staff of the newly-formed Winnipeg Jets NHL team.
It was the Terrace Northmen up against the Prince Rupert Seamen in the North West League trophy battle July 16 at Northwest Community College, and Terrace did not disappoint, winning the match 54 – 14.
The Terrace Off Road Cycling Association will be hosting its annual Skeena River Challenge Sunday, August 7.
Spanning a distance of 50 km over four mountains, through creeks, boulders, snow and skree, the Knee Knacker ultra-marathon is aptly named, as it is not for the faint of heart.
Seniors in the area are getting ready to take on the BC Senior Games.
High school students got a taste of college life last week when 29 of them came for a two-night stay at Terrace’s Northwest Community College (NWCC).
Athletes braved chilly waters, cycled for kilometres and ran their hearts out during the sixth annual Barkmen tournament at Furlong Bay on Lakelse Lake July 3.
The Terrace visitor information centre will be assisting anglers this summer as it is now ready to loan out fishing rods and tackle boxes for anyone looking to hook a few fish.
The July 9th races at the Terrace Speedway had a great turnout says president of the association Terry Reinert.
It would be a year and a day after undergoing heart surgery that Ed Ansems ran to a first place finish for his age group in a half marathon.
Changes are on the horizon for Terrace Mountain as provincial grant money has come through to build another bike trail.
The Fraser Institute has released its 2009/2010 Report Card on secondary school performance in the province, and Terrace has once again placed in the middle of the pack.