Quinn Bender

Precariously balanced deer saved from log handling facility

A quick call from compassionate employees at North Coast Log Handling helped…

Public’s help sought in cruel and prolific animal snaring activity

“The person responsible for this has no regard for wildlife:” B.C. Conservation

Baby’s bounty

By Quinn Bender

NWCC open for classes today

Northwest Community College has announced the Terrace campus will be open today…

UPDATE: Snowfall expected to change to freezing rain

As milder air from the Pacific moves over the Terrace and Kitimat…

Another storm warning in effect for Terrace, Kitimat

Environment Canada has issued another winter storm warning for the Terrace and…

Cullen apologizes over “offensive” rule supporting women’s reproductive rights

“I apologize for the harm from my comments. I & the NDP are fiercely pro-choice.”

UPDATE: Derailment cleanup in Mission Creek near New Hazelton

Access pad and additional filter fence installed in Mission Creek to aid in safe removal of coal

Terrace Legion welcomes new executive

Branch No. 13 holds first meeting of 2018

Adrian Dix not updating himself on hospital needs

Dear Editor, Adrian Dix just announced that his minority NDP government is…

Concerns eased over threat against Skeena Middle School

A person who verbally threatened Skeena Middle School Jan. 24 had no…

Terrace SAR aims high for new headquarters

A huge financial grant will enable Terrace Search and Rescue to move…

Police encourage reporting of suspicious events following reports involving children

Terrace RCMP are asking the public to report any suspicious adult interactions…

Council supports lobby for fair share of cannabis tax revenue

The City of Terrace is throwing its support behind a West Kelowna…

Eskay Creek gold mine acquired by Skeena Resources

Purchase from Barrick Gold further stregnthens company’s foothold on Golden Triangle

Soup kitchen crisis exemplifies our best and worst traits

Only days after the Terrace Standard told the story about City Council…

Soup kitchen sees “groundswell of community support”

Donations toward looming tax bill push non-profit back in the black

Nearly $500,000 available for internships with northern B.C. First Nations governments

Funds announced through partnership with Northern Development and Government of Canada

Who wants to live here?

Northwest governments partner on marketing plan to attract workforce, residents

Alternate daycare-service provider found for NWCC

PACES to replace service offered by Terrace and District Community Services Society