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Uniformed RCMP officers established a perimeter early this morning in Terrace while the police force’s Emergency Response Team executed a search warrant. (Staff photo)
Uniformed RCMP officers established a perimeter early this morning in Terrace while the police force’s Emergency Response Team executed a search warrant. (Staff photo)
Kari Lincoln from Ginglox walks alongside the Gitlaxt’aamiks Gathering Our Strength float in the July 30 Riverboat Days Parade. The float placed second in the non-commercial category and Lincoln was one of the paddlers just returned from a canoe journey on the north coast. (Staff/Terrace Standard)

Sun, crowds greet return of Riverboat Days parade

Nass band chosen as best overall entrant

Kari Lincoln from Ginglox walks alongside the Gitlaxt’aamiks Gathering Our Strength float in the July 30 Riverboat Days Parade. The float placed second in the non-commercial category and Lincoln was one of the paddlers just returned from a canoe journey on the north coast. (Staff/Terrace Standard)
Checkpoint on Hwy16 just west of Terrace on the long weekend had provincial conservation and federal fisheries officers checking for violations. (Contributed photo)

More fishing violation tickets written in northwestern B.C.

Seized fish given to people in need

Checkpoint on Hwy16 just west of Terrace on the long weekend had provincial conservation and federal fisheries officers checking for violations. (Contributed photo)
RCMP arrested two people after fresh violence erupted at a Coastal GasLink pipeline site near Houston . (File photo)

30 people block RCMP vehicle at northwest B.C. pipeline site as protests continue

July 26 incident led to two more arrests; police seek suspect who allegedly kicked, damaged cruiser

RCMP arrested two people after fresh violence erupted at a Coastal GasLink pipeline site near Houston . (File photo)
Flowers, card mark the spot on the corner of Greig and Emerson where Jack, a local street person, died on July 22, 2022. (Staff photo/Terrace Standard)

‘Street dad’ mourned by Terrace homeless community

“He could not get into a shelter, so each morning I’d come look for him, give him food, water’: Sophia.

Flowers, card mark the spot on the corner of Greig and Emerson where Jack, a local street person, died on July 22, 2022. (Staff photo/Terrace Standard)
Proposed route of Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission pipeline from northeastern B.C. to the north coast. (Map courtesy Enbridge)

City of Terrace toughens stance on Enbridge gas pipeline proposal

City first wants a revenue sharing agreement with the province and money from Enbridge

Proposed route of Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission pipeline from northeastern B.C. to the north coast. (Map courtesy Enbridge)
Oncoming transport truck highlights narrow bicycle lane and narrow sidewalks on the Kalum River Bridge. It’s the same on other provincial bridges in the area. (Staff photo)

City and First Nations call on province for bridge improvements

Safer crossings for cyclists and pedestrians needed, leaders say

Oncoming transport truck highlights narrow bicycle lane and narrow sidewalks on the Kalum River Bridge. It’s the same on other provincial bridges in the area. (Staff photo)
Mark Hart’s ‘Terrace is Hockeyville 2009’ mural on the former Source for Sports building downtown is to be covered up. (Staff photo)

Hockeyville cover up in the downtown core

Hockeyville mural to be erased as part of renovation

Mark Hart’s ‘Terrace is Hockeyville 2009’ mural on the former Source for Sports building downtown is to be covered up. (Staff photo)
Terrace wants to improve participation in municipal elections. (Black Press file photo)

Council approves motion for Southside polling station

City of Terrace combats low voter turnout

Terrace wants to improve participation in municipal elections. (Black Press file photo)
RCMP are looking for information on an alleged shooting attempt near an elementary school in Smithers March 10. (Phil McLachlan/Capital News/Stock)
Police are looking for key witnesses to an incident with a pickup truck that left a man dead west of Houston. (Phil McLachlan/Capital News/Stock)

UPDATE: Probe continues into man’s death July 16 on Hwy 16 near Houston

The man was run over by a pickup truck and died later in hospital in Smithers

RCMP are looking for information on an alleged shooting attempt near an elementary school in Smithers March 10. (Phil McLachlan/Capital News/Stock)
Police are looking for key witnesses to an incident with a pickup truck that left a man dead west of Houston. (Phil McLachlan/Capital News/Stock)
The B.C. Northern Real Estate Board expects tightening by the Bank of Canada and heightened mortgage rates will continue to temper demand, softening prices and sales. (File photo)

Terrace real estate sales dip as prices increase

Terrace ranks third in the north for cost to buy a home

The B.C. Northern Real Estate Board expects tightening by the Bank of Canada and heightened mortgage rates will continue to temper demand, softening prices and sales. (File photo)
A first look at how far one section of the Grand Trunk Pathway extension west of town to the Kalum River Bridge will be was evident last week as construction began. Completion is set for this fall. (Staff photo)

Busy construction season underway in Terrace

Two pathways underway as old Skeena Bridge closure approaches

A first look at how far one section of the Grand Trunk Pathway extension west of town to the Kalum River Bridge will be was evident last week as construction began. Completion is set for this fall. (Staff photo)
A homeless tent camp in 2019. (File photo/Terrace Standard)

Origin of Terrace homeless population confounds city council

Annual homeless count could be expanded into Thornhill next year

A homeless tent camp in 2019. (File photo/Terrace Standard)
The City of Terrace passed its safe streets bylaw by unanimous vote July 6. (Binny Paul/Terrace Standard)

Terrace safe streets bylaw now official

Fines called for in the bylaw will be no less than $100 and no more than $50,000

The City of Terrace passed its safe streets bylaw by unanimous vote July 6. (Binny Paul/Terrace Standard)
That’s Bob Erb on the left with former Thornhill regional district director Ted Ramsay at the July 13 unveiling of a refurbished ‘Welcome to Thornhill’ sign on the eastern entrance to the community. (Rod Link/Terrace Standard)

Advocates ramp up campaign for Thornhill recognition

Redone “Welcome to Thornhill” sign unveiled this week

That’s Bob Erb on the left with former Thornhill regional district director Ted Ramsay at the July 13 unveiling of a refurbished ‘Welcome to Thornhill’ sign on the eastern entrance to the community. (Rod Link/Terrace Standard)
Laurie Waye is the new president of Coast Mountain College. (Coast Mountain College photo)

College picks one of its own as new president

Laurie Waye had been interim president

Laurie Waye is the new president of Coast Mountain College. (Coast Mountain College photo)
Stop sign on the 4600 block of Scott Ave. (Rod Link/Terrace Standard)

City shelves more than $1.6 million of road works

Rebuilds of the 4600 Block of Scott and Labelle Ave. moved to 2023

Stop sign on the 4600 block of Scott Ave. (Rod Link/Terrace Standard)
Jonathan Lambert submitted his resignation effective July 8. (Michael Bramadat-Willcock/Terrace Standard)

City public works director calls it quits

Lambert laid the groundwork for a continuing public works program

Jonathan Lambert submitted his resignation effective July 8. (Michael Bramadat-Willcock/Terrace Standard)
Caledonia Secondary Student Alaina Hoffman was recognized as a scholarship and academic award recipient during ceremonies June 16 at the REM Lee Theatre. (Caledonia Secondary School photo)

Scholarships aid student post-secondary endeavours

Caledonia grads receive recognition

Caledonia Secondary Student Alaina Hoffman was recognized as a scholarship and academic award recipient during ceremonies June 16 at the REM Lee Theatre. (Caledonia Secondary School photo)
Massive storage tank on right frames the large construction site of the LNG Canada liquefied natural gas facility now under construction in Kitimat. (LNG Canada photo)

LNG Canada begins search for employees

Local hire being emphasized

Massive storage tank on right frames the large construction site of the LNG Canada liquefied natural gas facility now under construction in Kitimat. (LNG Canada photo)