Margaret Speirs

Thornhill director not happy with Terrace chamber

The Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce recently waded into the debate over how the rural community might be governed one day

Terrace B.C. one of the ‘sexiest’ cities in the country

Terrace has hit the top 10 for sexiest city in the country according to one annual poll

Ken Adair

You could save local insect-eating bats

Scientists conducting a winter study of bats are looking for some help from the public

Ken Adair

Murdered woman’s husband speaks of loss

Bereaved husband said he lost his soulmate when his wife was murdered by 19-year-old in 2011

Terrace RCMP and Northern Health work together by way of monthly meetings

Terrace RCMP and Northern Health work together to help people with mental health issues

The calls police receive and the number of people they assist with mental health issues is increasing

Terrace RCMP and Northern Health work together by way of monthly meetings
Illegal garbage dumping has been a problem in Thornhill for years

People keep dumping garbage on the outskirts of Thornhill

Officials are getting fed up, and at least one person has been fined for the dumping of two mattresses last months

Illegal garbage dumping has been a problem in Thornhill for years
Rural directors for the Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine take their turn being sworn in Dec. 12. From the left

Kitimat-Stikine regional district directors sworn in

Terrace representative Stacey Tyers elected as chair

Rural directors for the Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine take their turn being sworn in Dec. 12. From the left
Carol Leclerc takes the oath of office as mayor of Terrace last night with city freeman Bill McRae at her side. That's city chief administrative officer Heather Avison swearing her in.

New mayor of Terrace and city council sworn in

Carol Leclerc and councillors will serve four year terms

Carol Leclerc takes the oath of office as mayor of Terrace last night with city freeman Bill McRae at her side. That's city chief administrative officer Heather Avison swearing her in.

Election 2014: Thornhill’s future debated at candidates forum

The issue was featured prominently as a topic of discussion at the Terrace municipal all-candidates forum Nov. 5 at the REM Lee Theatre

UPDATE: Rural garbage bylaw gets approval

Garbage collection and recycling in the rural areas surrounding Terrace is set to start next month

Hunting violations result in fines, probation

Rifle seized by conservation officer at Rosswood north of Terrace, B.C.

Danielle Morris and Angela MacDonald search the city landfill for usable desks and chairs that the school district threw out and that they can use or sell

District tosses desks and chairs

Coast Mountains School District officials said they did all they could to find a use for them first.

Danielle Morris and Angela MacDonald search the city landfill for usable desks and chairs that the school district threw out and that they can use or sell

Steroid use allegations added to civil suit against RCMP officer

Suit alleges former Terrace RCMP officer used excessive force after local man was arrested

Cop refutes civil claims

Former Terrace RCMP officer named in civil suit of a man whose wife says his brain injury was caused by the officer has filed a reply.

Another shipment of product from Skeena Sawmills in Terrace is ready for a customer.

Terrace, BC mill increases exports – to Alberta

Skeena Sawmills shipping products to be used by energy companies

Another shipment of product from Skeena Sawmills in Terrace is ready for a customer.

Brother and sister duo vow to continue TV efforts

Terrace brother and sister team Sukhi and Jinder Atwal were eighth team eliminated after the 11th leg of the Amazing Race Canada

Suit filed against former Terrace RCMP officer

It alleges severe injuries were suffered following arrest two years ago

Garbage, recycling plan for rural areas surrounding Terrace could be approved tonight

But the plan is controversial and some rural residents are opposed

Johnathan Haynes can now fly a plane after receiving his private pilot’s licence

Terrace air cadet earns his pilot’s licence

Flight Sgt. Johnathan Haynes, 18, of the 747 Unicorn Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron first here to receive his private pilot’s licence

Johnathan Haynes can now fly a plane after receiving his private pilot’s licence

Back-to-back flight delays an ‘extraordinary coincidence’

Two airlines left customers waiting for their flights due to delays here last week