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More than 240 dragon boaters from Terrace and Kitimat pulled together in the sixth annual Kitimat Community Dragon Boat Festival July 2.
It will be year two for the Bicycle Benefits program in Terrace, and Amy Klepetar and Matt Beedle, the creators of the Terrace branch, are hoping to grow participation.
This year’s Salmon Run was a hugely successful event says organizer Colleen Austin.
Extensive renovations are now underway at the McDonald's restaurant on Lakelse Ave.
A total of 57 layoffs have been issued to teachers in the Coast Mountains School District.
Cuts to special education services were the main concern voiced by audience members during the Coast Mountains School District's special budget meeting June 22.
When 14-year-old Mitchell Hess got the invitation to participate in an international mixed martial arts tournament, he said he was immediately intrigued.
It was perfect running conditions for racers as 15 participants ran in the Skeena Valley Runners Club’s annual King of the Mountain race June 19.
The Terrace Elementary School Sports Association hosted its annual track meet yesterday.
Members of the Greater Terrace Beautification Society are hard at work on a project that has been a few years in the making.
Members of the Caledonia senior boys' rugby team accepted a donation yesterday.
A family of five is gearing up for what will be their longest bike trip ever as they plan to bike Vancouver Island.
Students in the Caledonia Senior Secondary recreation class took their end-of-year field trip to new heights June 8.
Kenneth Nordstrom has made it through to the next round of selections in the U16 Bantam Cup.
The Terrace Bluebacks participated in its last swim meet of the season in Prince Rupert June 3 to 5.
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Caledonia Senior Secondary school is getting $72,000 worth of bleachers this year.
With only three practices under their belts, the Terrace peewee girls have shown what they are made of by winning a tournament in Prince George.
Nine members of the Terrace Shogun Dojo recently competed at the World Kickboxing/Karate Council Nationals in Ottawa May 20 -22.
It was perfect weather conditions for the first annual Kermode Kids Triathlon, and 14 athletes took up the challenge to swim, bike and run.