Quinn Bender, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

EDITORIAL: You can’t make this stuff up

Our superintendent of schools, Katherine McIntosh, is taking a temporary assignment with…

Question of the Week | Aug. 8

Question of the Week | Aug. 8

Do you think the Beautification Society should renew its lease on Brolly Square?

Question of the Week | Aug. 8
The band office issued the notice July 29, saying blood work confirmed two members had been affected. (Black Press file photo)

Two affected by fentanyl-laced marijuana: Gitsegukla

The band office has issued a notice to warn public

The band office issued the notice July 29, saying blood work confirmed two members had been affected. (Black Press file photo)
Block ‘n Roll spikes down on Ben’s Toes Sunday at the Mr Mikes Beach Blast Volleyball tournament in downtown Terrace. The games will continue through Monday. Watch for results and more photos at Terracestandard.com (Quinn Bender photo)

The beach is back in downtown Terrace

Mr Mikes Beach Blast Volleyball tournament concludes Monday

Block ‘n Roll spikes down on Ben’s Toes Sunday at the Mr Mikes Beach Blast Volleyball tournament in downtown Terrace. The games will continue through Monday. Watch for results and more photos at Terracestandard.com (Quinn Bender photo)
A Thornhill Pub server drops off her tray for judges’ inspection during the Slingers Race at the Terrace Legion Branch 13 Sunday afternoon. The Riverboat Days competition tests the dexterity of area servers in fun competition, requiring contestants to race each other with a tray full of drinks and a complex list of procedures from table to table. In the Managers’ Race, Teresa from Thornhill Pub took top spot. In the Servers competition Becky from George’s Pub beat the best, and in the Team category George’s again proved singular with some serious serving savvy. (Quinn Bender photo)

Terrace-area servers sling some serious service

George’s Pub dominates Riverboat Days competition

A Thornhill Pub server drops off her tray for judges’ inspection during the Slingers Race at the Terrace Legion Branch 13 Sunday afternoon. The Riverboat Days competition tests the dexterity of area servers in fun competition, requiring contestants to race each other with a tray full of drinks and a complex list of procedures from table to table. In the Managers’ Race, Teresa from Thornhill Pub took top spot. In the Servers competition Becky from George’s Pub beat the best, and in the Team category George’s again proved singular with some serious serving savvy. (Quinn Bender photo)
Salmon closures blanket Skeena watershed

Salmon closures blanket Skeena watershed

DFO issued recreational fishing ban on all species in Skeena Watershed

Salmon closures blanket Skeena watershed
Question of the Week | Aug. 1

Question of the Week | Aug. 1

Do you plan ahead when travelling through areas without cell service?

Question of the Week | Aug. 1
Quinn Bender/Terrace Standard                                Gitxsan Hereditary Chiefs Norman Moore (Molaxan), left, Robert Campbell (Niisgimiinuu) Robin Alexander (Gwisgyen) join other members of the Gitxsan Crisis Management Team in Terrace July 26.

Gitxsan salmon crisis team appeals for collaboration

Nation calls for extensive conservation measures that go beyond fishing closures

Quinn Bender/Terrace Standard                                Gitxsan Hereditary Chiefs Norman Moore (Molaxan), left, Robert Campbell (Niisgimiinuu) Robin Alexander (Gwisgyen) join other members of the Gitxsan Crisis Management Team in Terrace July 26.
Forrest Kerr, is one of three run-of-river hydroelectric projects located purchased by rhe Tahltan Nation. (submitted photo)

Tahltan make largest First Nation clean energy investment in B.C. history

The Northwest B.C. nation is now part owner of a clean energy asset valued at over $2.5 billion

Forrest Kerr, is one of three run-of-river hydroelectric projects located purchased by rhe Tahltan Nation. (submitted photo)
File photo near Princeton B.C.

$7.9-million project will cover 27 kilometres of highway

Road crews have begun resurfacing work on Highway 37 near the Meziadin…

File photo near Princeton B.C.
Illustration of the Hwy 16 and 37 roundabout from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.

Expect delays from Terrace roundabout construction

Completion of $9.3 million construction project expected in the fall

Illustration of the Hwy 16 and 37 roundabout from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.
Terrace man jumped, beaten by six men

Terrace man jumped, beaten by six men

Victim requires surgery to his shoulder following July attack

Terrace man jumped, beaten by six men
Hwy 37 turnout to Iskut Village (Googlemaps image)                                Hwy 37 turnout to Iskut (Googlemaps image)

Northern B.C. homicides unsettle isolated Tahltan village

Iskut renews plea for RCMP detachment in wake of killings

Hwy 37 turnout to Iskut Village (Googlemaps image)                                Hwy 37 turnout to Iskut (Googlemaps image)
Body, burning truck found near Dease Lake

Body, burning truck found near Dease Lake

RCMP unsure if the two separate discoveries are related

Body, burning truck found near Dease Lake
Body, burning truck found near northern B.C. town

Body, burning truck found near northern B.C. town

RCMP unsure if the two separate discoveries are related

Body, burning truck found near northern B.C. town
The CN Rail derailment involved a locomotive and three cars carrying wood pellets on July 18. (Natalia Balcerzak/Terrace Standard)

CN train derailment cleared between Terrace and Prince Rupert

The CN mainline is now open, following a train derailment mid-way between…

The CN Rail derailment involved a locomotive and three cars carrying wood pellets on July 18. (Natalia Balcerzak/Terrace Standard)

EDITORIAL: The community that keeps giving

Terrace Search and Rescue ready to reach milestone with new headquarters

Skeena mainstem closed to recreational sockeye

Skeena mainstem closed to recreational sockeye

Escapements expected to be below 800,000 threshold

Skeena mainstem closed to recreational sockeye
Question of the Week | July 11

Question of the Week | July 11

Has the recent wolf attack in Thornhill deterred you from hiking with your dog?

Question of the Week | July 11
UPDATE: Terrace rafter killed in Clore River accident

UPDATE: Terrace rafter killed in Clore River accident

The body of a missing Terrace rafter has been located on the…

UPDATE: Terrace rafter killed in Clore River accident