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Racing has started for the Terrace Speedway as it kicked off its season May 8.
A Terrace mother-of-three is gearing up for round two of the Weekend to End Women’s Cancers.
After two crushing victories over Prince Rupert and Houston, the Kermodes senior boy’s rugby team faced its first loss of the season against Smithers.
After round one of the World Fishing Network's Ultimate Fishing Town contest, the top 20 communities have been declared and Terrace is on the list.
No one was hurt this afternoon when a train struck a backhoe at the rail crossing on Frank St.
A Terrace local has hit the world rugby stage, travelling to England with the Canadian national U17 team.
The Terrace Motocross Association (TMA) kicked off its season with a spring series race April 30 and May 1.
Two terrace basketball players had the opportunity to participate in Drive basketball selections.
Two terrace basketball players had the opportunity to participate in Drive basketball selections, and both have made the elite team.
Advance poll numbers for the federal election indicate voter turnout is up roughly 30 per cent in the Skeena – Bulkley Valley riding.
A Terrace midget rep hockey player has made it past the first round of evaluations at the U17 high performance camp in Prince George.
Four Hockey players from Terrace have been selected to participate in the U16 BC Cup.
Bikers can get ready to race as the kick-off event of the cycling season will take place May 1 at Ferry Island.
Translating sports into scholarship dollars
Caledonia Secondary students got an extra kind of credit this year, with the addition of open water diving and partial level one scuba diving certification.
It may not come as a surprise for locals to learn that Terrace has been nominated as one of Canada’s ultimate fishing towns.
The Northern Lights ringette team has placed seventh out of nine teams at nationals.
Senior rugby has hit the turf for the season, and the new team is off to a strong start, with a full roster and some regional competition to boot.
Skiers and snow boarders braved a pool of icy water during the Slush Cup held at Shames Mountain April 3.
The winning rink of the Men’s Loggers Bonspiel was a family affair this year.