Margaret Speirs

Baby bear captured on Kalum St.

Bear cub had been seen in area backyards for several days

Public asked to be on lookout for bear cub

Norhtern Lights Animal Shelter on its way here to capture baby bruin in Scott Avenue area.

Breakfast proceeds go to food banks

City council’s pancake breakfast made more than $1,000 for the food banks

Learn the Importance of Being Earnest

TLT kicks off its season with Victorian comedy

Local men receive bravery awards for saving lives of others

Fire and fast-moving water didn’t deter them from acting quickly

Solar system starts to take shape along Grand Trunk Pathway

Uplands Grade 6 students presented idea to city council earlier this year

Survey asks residents for opinions on cannabis regulation

BC government looking for feedback until Nov. 1.

Three local places receive provincial grant money for projects

BC Rural Dividend fund hands out money in its latest round

Council split on idea of video surveillance in downtown

Concerns arise over privacy, legal challenges

Affordable housing units’ construction underway

Twenty-two units are being created from old motel

Local man enjoys ‘adventurous’ experience as temporary Captain Obvious

Ryan Sergerie is thinking of keeping his beard for any future commercial opportunities

City council joins others for fight against Greyhound

Terrace supports late resolution being made by other northern BC mayors to present to UBCM

Priest will be greatly missed by parish

Father Xavier Royappan of Sacred Heart Parish has died.

Project helps increase food security for the community

Word of mouth made it a success with 45 raised garden boxes built

Pick your fruit or cut the fruit tree down!

Conservation officers shoot bear up tree eating apples

Searchers learn survival skills at overnight training

It’s about making do with items you have if you have to stay out overnight

Economy, staffing named top challenges during business walk

Results looking positive for future of business in Terrace

New triathlete qualifies for world championships

Royleen Wensvoort just learned how to swim a few years ago.

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C.

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C. on a one-way ticket

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C. on a one-way ticket

Can’t compete with new $5 Highway 16 transit: Greyhound.