Margaret Speirs

File photo Residents take part in the Terry Fox Run, 2015, along the existing stretch of the Grand Trunk Pathway.

Grand Trunk Pathway one step closer to completion

Feasability study will look at final link between downtown and Kitsumkalum River

File photo Residents take part in the Terry Fox Run, 2015, along the existing stretch of the Grand Trunk Pathway.
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Victim’s mother calls manslaughter sentence ‘not right’

Isabelle Johnny sentenced to four years for death of Zachary Turner-Good

File photo                                Terrace courthouse
Photography by Fergus Burnett, fergusburnett.com                                Terrace’s own Ariadna Sullivan, 13, was the junior winner of the Royal Commonwealth Society’s Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Writing Competition at Buckingham Palace and is seen here receiving her certificate from Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall Nov. 21.

Terrace teen honoured at Commonwealth writing competition

Ariadna Sullivan among 12,000 entrants vying for top awards

Photography by Fergus Burnett, fergusburnett.com                                Terrace’s own Ariadna Sullivan, 13, was the junior winner of the Royal Commonwealth Society’s Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Writing Competition at Buckingham Palace and is seen here receiving her certificate from Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall Nov. 21.
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No name change for Skeena-Bulkley Valley riding yet

MP Nathan Cullen says he wants to adequately consult with residents on the name.

File photo                                MP Nathan Cullen
Stacey Tyers

City councillor in need of medical financial assistance

Stacey Tyers to be in Vancouver for six weeks of cancer treatment

Stacey Tyers
File photo                                This large structure is the centre for compost at the Kitimat-Stikine regional district’s Forceman Ridge landfill facility. In the photo is Tony Sperling the lead engineer on the project showing dignitaries and the media around the landfill site in 2016.

Curbside organics pickup sees successful 10 months in operation

Public in regional district and city produce about 30 kg of organics waste per person

File photo                                This large structure is the centre for compost at the Kitimat-Stikine regional district’s Forceman Ridge landfill facility. In the photo is Tony Sperling the lead engineer on the project showing dignitaries and the media around the landfill site in 2016.
Margaret Speirs photo                                Jacq Townsend, as main character Carmen, sings about her future in the school cafeteria during a rehearsal of Fame, Caledonia’s musical production.

Fame tells story of arts students working hard toward their future

Twenty-nine actors from Caledonia will be on stage for the annual musical

Margaret Speirs photo                                Jacq Townsend, as main character Carmen, sings about her future in the school cafeteria during a rehearsal of Fame, Caledonia’s musical production.
Margaret Speirs photo                                Terrace Search and Rescue members announce the purchase of land for the construction of a new search and rescue building at 4455 Greig Ave. Nov. 29. With them is emergency services coordinator and Terrace fire chief John Klie, far right standing; search and rescue vice-president Dave Jephson, second from right; and Terrace mayor Carol Leclerc.

Search and rescue members look toward new building

Terrace SAR purchases land for new headquarters that’s big enough for now and future

Margaret Speirs photo                                Terrace Search and Rescue members announce the purchase of land for the construction of a new search and rescue building at 4455 Greig Ave. Nov. 29. With them is emergency services coordinator and Terrace fire chief John Klie, far right standing; search and rescue vice-president Dave Jephson, second from right; and Terrace mayor Carol Leclerc.
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Six month sentence for trafficking methamphetamine

It was accused’s first drug charge so sentence lighter than could’ve been, judge says

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City of Terrace photo                                The treed area in the square is the proposed location for a new housing development to ease homelessness in the city, part of the province’s Rapid Response to Homelessness initiative, announced this fall.

Housing proposed for street homeless

City-owned land close to being developed into 52 units of transitional housing

City of Terrace photo                                The treed area in the square is the proposed location for a new housing development to ease homelessness in the city, part of the province’s Rapid Response to Homelessness initiative, announced this fall.
Remembrance Day 2017 photo gallery

Remembrance Day 2017 photo gallery

Terrace residents come out amidst the cold to remember those who served to keep our freedom.

Remembrance Day 2017 photo gallery
Margaret Speirs                                Yellowhead Pavement Marking crew readying a machine to warm the pavement to help wiht installing rumble strips at corner of Keith Ave. and Kenney St. Nov. 10.

New four-way stop to solve traffic issues at Keith and Kenney

Crews installing lines, rumble strips, signs and a flashing light at the intersection today.

Margaret Speirs                                Yellowhead Pavement Marking crew readying a machine to warm the pavement to help wiht installing rumble strips at corner of Keith Ave. and Kenney St. Nov. 10.
Two new viewers given to the city by Northern Savings Credit Union on top of Kalum Hill in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday are ready to be used. From left are Kelsey Wiebe, city councillor Sean Bujtas, George Bujtas in the covered stroller, credit union board member Anne Peltier, mayor Carol Leclerc, credit union business services manager Tony DeViveiros, credit union branch manager Grace Makowski, insurance manager Sherry McColl, credit union vice chair board of directors Rod Cox and investment advisor Vida Carson.                                Margaret Speirs photo

Take a closer look at the city

Two new viewers let the public see detailed parts of the city from Kalum Hill

Two new viewers given to the city by Northern Savings Credit Union on top of Kalum Hill in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday are ready to be used. From left are Kelsey Wiebe, city councillor Sean Bujtas, George Bujtas in the covered stroller, credit union board member Anne Peltier, mayor Carol Leclerc, credit union business services manager Tony DeViveiros, credit union branch manager Grace Makowski, insurance manager Sherry McColl, credit union vice chair board of directors Rod Cox and investment advisor Vida Carson.                                Margaret Speirs photo
File photo                                The mystery of who did the stone work below the Cenotaph has been solved.

Terrace Cenotaph stone work mystery solved

No one knew who had done the stone work, not even the local Legion.

File photo                                The mystery of who did the stone work below the Cenotaph has been solved.
Facebook photo                                Vandals painted over the viewers donated to the city by Northern Savings to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday.

City acts quickly to restore dual viewers after vandals strike

Someone painted over eyepieces, making them unusable

Facebook photo                                Vandals painted over the viewers donated to the city by Northern Savings to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday.
Sydney Kirby before getting 16 inches cut off her hair to donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. With her is Butter hair stylist Lee-Ann Correia. Connie Kirby photo

Hers today and someone else’s tomorrow

You grow 16 inches of hair and what have you got? A donation to the Canadian Cancer Society

Sydney Kirby before getting 16 inches cut off her hair to donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. With her is Butter hair stylist Lee-Ann Correia. Connie Kirby photo
Turn your clocks back one hour at 2 a.m. Nov. 5 to return to standard time and get back one hour of sleep lost when switching to daylight time back in March.

Take time to turn clocks back one hour

Before you go to bed Saturday night, change your clocks and get an extra hour of sleep

Turn your clocks back one hour at 2 a.m. Nov. 5 to return to standard time and get back one hour of sleep lost when switching to daylight time back in March.
Luna Saffron                                Contributed photo

Terrace’s drag queen plans big for the future

Luna Saffron is already performing in other communities

Luna Saffron                                Contributed photo
Terrace RCMP are asking the public to let them know if they recognize the person in this video surveillance from a downtown break and enter in September.                                Terrace RCMP photo

Keep an eye out for two break and enter suspects

Terrace RCMP found ballcap at scene and say video surveillance shows one suspect

Terrace RCMP are asking the public to let them know if they recognize the person in this video surveillance from a downtown break and enter in September.                                Terrace RCMP photo
Arsonists jailed for 2014 blaze

Arsonists jailed for 2014 blaze

Supreme Court hears mother and children of Kitimat home still traumatized

Arsonists jailed for 2014 blaze