Lauren Benn

No tax breaks for industry, says candidate

A local business owner is taking a second crack at running for a seat on Terrace's city council.

Council candidate withdraws

One city councillor hopeful changed his mind about running in the coming elections.

Terrace election race gets crowded

A CROWDED electoral field awaits Terrace voters when they cast ballots in local elections Nov. 19.

Steelhead rules designed to limit foreign, non-guided fishermen

The Ministry of Forests, Mines and Natural Resources is slapping more rules on the Skeena River, which will come into effect April 1, 2012.

McDonald’s celebrates grand re-opening

Terrace's local McDonald's celebrated it's grand re-opening this weekend.

Activist files for Terrace council seat

A COMMUNITY activist has filed nomination papers with the city for a spot on city council.

Stacey Tyers, who has lived in Terrace for eight years, works with the Terrace and District Community Services Society and was formerly the executive director of Terrace’s anti-poverty society.

Co-op property sales bid falls short

It was a unanimous shut down for Terrace mayor Dave Pernarowski last night after city councillors criticized his plan to put the former Terrace Co-op property up for sale.

Pernarowski had wanted the city to ask for proposals from real estate brokers and site selection companies to start the process of listing the property and looking for buyers.

Terrace mayor gets pay boost

TERRACE'S part-time mayor is getting a raise worth $5,000 over the next three years, city council decided in a 3-2 vote last night.

Terrace real estate sales jump this year

THE TERRACE real estate market is getting hotter as sales have jumped 34 per cent by September this year compared to last.

Market mavens

Saving money is no passing fashion, and now social media is giving spend-thrifty consumers in Terrace yet another avenue to save a buck — or hundreds.

Salmon plant opens in Terrace area

NORTHWEST smoked salmon and jerky should soon be sold on the shelves of a major American clothing and equipment retailer thanks to the opening this past weekend of a fish processing plant in Thornhill.

PST centre would be good for Terrace: Chamber

HST's defeat means workers and an office are needed to re administer the tax. The Terrace Chamber of commerce says, why not in Terrace??

Co-op gears up for skiing

Season passes for Shames Mountain skiing this year start selling today.

Terrace mayor elected for UBCM executive spot

Terrace's mayor Dave Pernarowski now holds an executive position with the Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM).

Smokers can quit for free starting Friday

Smokers who want to butt out can access free quit-smoking aids starting Friday.

Officer charged with criminal harassment

A Terrace-based RCMP officer was arrested and charged with criminal harassment.

City hurries to finish road work before winter sets in

THE CITY hopes it can complete one last road repair project before winter closes in.

Local veteran to run for council

A CANADIAN Armed Forces veteran has announced he's running for a Terrace city council seat.

Armed forces veteran enters council race

A CANADIAN Armed Forces veteran has announced he's running for a Terrace city council seat.

Sawmill presses case for stumpage fairness

Talks have started between the owners of a Kitwanga sawmill and B.C. after a July tax hike on logs raised red flags for industry leaders there.