Margaret Speirs

FIREFIGHTERS mop up after a debris fire on Johnston Road in north Terrace this afternoon.

Firefighters douse burning debris

Blaring sirens indicated the response of Thornhill and Terrace, B.C., firefighters early this afternoon.

FIREFIGHTERS mop up after a debris fire on Johnston Road in north Terrace this afternoon.
ZACK Bilash talks to Terrace city council april 24 along with other youth advisory committee members Nisha Nijjar and Quinn Coleman about the committee's priorities for 2017.

Better sidewalks, improved softball fields needed, youth tell Terrace city council

And one large organized activity could unify the community, youth add

ZACK Bilash talks to Terrace city council april 24 along with other youth advisory committee members Nisha Nijjar and Quinn Coleman about the committee's priorities for 2017.
Uplands Elementary School Grade 6 student Owen Lees shows the size of the sun if the Earth were the size of a Timbit at city council's meeting last night.

Walk your dog to Jupiter right here in Terrace, B.C.

Elementary school students and local resident come up with unique way to illustrate the size of the solar system.

Uplands Elementary School Grade 6 student Owen Lees shows the size of the sun if the Earth were the size of a Timbit at city council's meeting last night.
JURY deliberations in Canada are kept secret.

Stephens jury decision reasons are kept private

The reasons the Terrace B.C. jury found him 'not guilty' of second degree murder may never be readily known.

JURY deliberations in Canada are kept secret.

Terrace, B.C. brewery wants to double customer limit

Sherwood Brewery also wants to add patio service at its location

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Terrace, B.C. man found not guilty of second degree murder

Jury returns verdict this afternoon after three days of deliberations

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POLICE tape around the Dobbie St. residence in Thornhill were one man was shot to death and a woman injured in Sept. 2013.

Jury in Terrace, B.C. murder trial resumes deliberations this morning

Man charged with second degree murder in 2013 shooting

POLICE tape around the Dobbie St. residence in Thornhill were one man was shot to death and a woman injured in Sept. 2013.
TERRACE paramedic Shauna McCully holding up a vial of nalaxone and syringe that paramedics use on people who have overdosed on opiates.

Terrace paramedics equipped to handle overdoses

Terrace firefighters, RCMP officers to soon have overdose kits as well

TERRACE paramedic Shauna McCully holding up a vial of nalaxone and syringe that paramedics use on people who have overdosed on opiates.
ARTIST'S illustration of an affordable housing project set to be built on city land on the southside leased to the Ksan Housing Society.

Terrace, B.C. affordable housing project one step closer

It will be three storeys and built on city-owned land on the southside

ARTIST'S illustration of an affordable housing project set to be built on city land on the southside leased to the Ksan Housing Society.
Cocaine trafficker receives 15 month jail sentence

Cocaine trafficker to serve 15-months jail

Cocaine trafficker arrested for trafficking inside the Terrace B.C. courthouse was sentenced to 15 months in jail.

Cocaine trafficker receives 15 month jail sentence
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Terrace, B.C. senior citizen jailed for cocaine possession for the purpose of trafficking

Ellen New, 76, was involved in dial-a-dope operation

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One of two female firefighter applicants starts the obstacle course on the treadmill for three minutes in full gear.

Women can be firefighters alongside men

The Terrace B.C. Fire Department has one female firefighter, and she notes everyone offers valuable skills to the team.

One of two female firefighter applicants starts the obstacle course on the treadmill for three minutes in full gear.
CHRISTMAS is made brighter downtown each year as a business improvement association puts up lights. Here

Terrace council paves way for business improvement levy

Affected businesses will have 30 days to respond to bylaw

CHRISTMAS is made brighter downtown each year as a business improvement association puts up lights. Here
THE CITY of Terrace has tightened its no smoking regulations.

City of Terrace tightens its no smoking regulations

Smoking outside banned within six metres of doorways

THE CITY of Terrace has tightened its no smoking regulations.
COMMUNITY historian Yvonne Moen poses with a Canada 150 wall hanging. The commercially available hanging then had a border sewn by Alie Toop who also provided a backing. Several were produced to be displayed around town

Heritage Day highlights country and local area

Heritage Day is coming up and Terrace B.C. is making it a celebration about what it means to be Canadian for the country’s 150th birthday.

COMMUNITY historian Yvonne Moen poses with a Canada 150 wall hanging. The commercially available hanging then had a border sewn by Alie Toop who also provided a backing. Several were produced to be displayed around town
TERRACE and area Rotary clubs nearing splash park project goal.

Rotary clubs close in on Terrace, B.C. splash park goal

The goal is to finish the project by the May long weekend

TERRACE and area Rotary clubs nearing splash park project goal.
JAMES Giles received an award Feb. 14

Man who rescues Terrace, B.C. family from fire receives award

James Giles responded after seeing 20-foot high flames coming out of the roof of the neighbour's house across the street.

JAMES Giles received an award Feb. 14
A local committee says it is very pleased that the provincial government has set aside protected areas for grizzlies.

Protected grizzly areas closer to approval

The provincial move closer to legislating protected areas for grizzly habitat has a local lobbying and land group very pleased.

A local committee says it is very pleased that the provincial government has set aside protected areas for grizzlies.
CITY of Terrace bylaw officer Dwayne Sheppard examines one of many trees cut illegally along the Skeena River.

Illegal tree faller sought in Terrace, B.C.

Part of the area affected is zoned parks and recreation by the city

CITY of Terrace bylaw officer Dwayne Sheppard examines one of many trees cut illegally along the Skeena River.
Parking downtown on weekdays generally isn't too much of a problem as the busiest time is around lunch hour when 30 per cent of the spots are full

Plenty of downtown parking in Terrace, B.C., study finds

Peak time for parking on weekdays is during the lunch hour and in the early afternoon.

Parking downtown on weekdays generally isn't too much of a problem as the busiest time is around lunch hour when 30 per cent of the spots are full