Margaret Speirs

Salvation Army to celebrate first-ever expansion in Terrace

The Salvation Army has a busy weekend ahead with a grand opening…

Terrace in top 20 of cities with highest crime rate

Out of the 305 communities with more than 10,000 population for 2016, Terrace ranks 19th.

Grizzly seen in Thornhill area believed to be passing through

Conservation office is keeping an eye on sow and cubs sighted near Krumm Road

Terrace Emergency Support Services team helping wildfire evacuees

Volunteers helped out in Prince George and are working with evacuees who have come to town

Visiting Green Party MLA eager to work on important issues

Government should be of service to the people, says Sonia Furstenau.

Terrace, Thornhill ready to help combat B.C. wildfires

Several trucks and crew members are ready to go if called out

Bottle drive to raise money surpasses goal by five times the amount

Clinton Ho wanted to help raise money for Leah Wiebe’s expensive leukemia treatment in the U.S.

Irish musician plays his songs in northwestern B.C.

Noel Lenaghan recently moved from Ireland, his first time in western Canada

A closeup look at spectacular views coming soon

Focusing in on the sights in and around the city will be possible with gift of a dual viewer

Terrace Salvation Army one step closer to new place of worship

Terrace city council gave bylaw blessing last night

Terrace city council pays its taxes

CITY council’s home values and municipal taxes have dropped for the most…

Aboriginal daycare construction begins with a blessing

Kermode Friendship Society’s long-awaited daycare will welcome aboriginal and non-aboriginal children

BC Housing spending more than $15 million on Terrace, B.C. housing projects

New housing, converting buildings and maintaining buildings on the list

Terrace, B.C. Salvation Army finds new church home

And it’s a building that has already served as a church

Youth sentenced for manslaughter in Terrace, B.C. shooting death

Shooting of 15-year-old boy happened in 2015

Longtime, dedicated music festival volunteer retires

After volunteering for the Pacific Northwest Music Festival for 40 years, about…

He’s cycling to end the cycle of poverty

JOHN Vandevelde, 63, longtime local resident and member of the Christian Reformed…

Veritas students hold fundraiser and awareness walk for Cystic Fibrosis

VERITAS students took a walk and paid to chew gum in school…

Terrace mayor, Thornhill director glad NCLGA president’s letter rescinded

Local politicians are relieved after the North Central Local Government Association (NCLGA)…

Two elderly ladies raise the stakes in Ripcord

Ripcord sees two elderly ladies make a bet that seems harmless but…