Rod Link

Leah Quash (RCMP photo)

Missing woman found deceased

Leah Quash was reported last seen the evening of June 15

Leah Quash (RCMP photo)
Illustration shows planned BC Hydro line to supply power to contemplated LNG project at Kitimat. (BC Hydro illustration)

BC Hydro studying new power connection in northwest B.C.

Would supply hydro-electric power to planned LNG plant at Kitimat

Illustration shows planned BC Hydro line to supply power to contemplated LNG project at Kitimat. (BC Hydro illustration)
Rotarian Michelle Owen, left, passes Starfish food bags to Suwilaaks vice principal Roberta Clarke for delivery to students who no longer can take them home from school because of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo courtesy Ron Malmas)

Student food pack demand soars because of school closure

Starfish program now delivers food to students’ homes

Rotarian Michelle Owen, left, passes Starfish food bags to Suwilaaks vice principal Roberta Clarke for delivery to students who no longer can take them home from school because of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo courtesy Ron Malmas)
Downtown anti-social behaviour needs to be controlled

Downtown anti-social behaviour needs to be controlled

And better COVID-19 prevention measures needed

Downtown anti-social behaviour needs to be controlled
Former Sentinel editor Malcolm Baxter passes away

Former Sentinel editor Malcolm Baxter passes away

Remembered for his humour and his teaching of young journalists in Kitimat and Terrace

Former Sentinel editor Malcolm Baxter passes away
The Terrace Salvation Army offers a food share program, seen here May 1, which sees unused vegetables, fruit, dairy, and baked goods from local grocery stores distributed to folks in need. (Jake Wray photo)

Federal grant helping Salvation Army meet local need

Level of community cooperation called amazing

The Terrace Salvation Army offers a food share program, seen here May 1, which sees unused vegetables, fruit, dairy, and baked goods from local grocery stores distributed to folks in need. (Jake Wray photo)
The food centre operated by LINK in Burns Lake has been active in meeting the increase in demand stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. This file photo depicts a 2018 event. (File photo)

Area food banks receiving emergency grants in response to COVID-19 impacts

A provincial grant has been the first to be distributed

The food centre operated by LINK in Burns Lake has been active in meeting the increase in demand stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. This file photo depicts a 2018 event. (File photo)
A $300,000 commitment from the Haisla Nation Council in response to COVID-19 is being used to purchase equipment for the Kitimat General Hospital (picture above) in Kitimat and Mills Memorial Hospital in Terrace. (File photo)

Haisla commitment buys equipment for Kitimat, Terrace hospitals

Purchases to aid battle against COVID-19

A $300,000 commitment from the Haisla Nation Council in response to COVID-19 is being used to purchase equipment for the Kitimat General Hospital (picture above) in Kitimat and Mills Memorial Hospital in Terrace. (File photo)
Mid-May at earliest before gas pipeline work resumes

Mid-May at earliest before gas pipeline work resumes

Coastal GasLink also concentrating on COVID-19 precautions

Mid-May at earliest before gas pipeline work resumes
The province is extending its ban on open burning. (File photo)

Province extends open burn ban

Reducing air pollution one of the goals

The province is extending its ban on open burning. (File photo)
PNG seeks to defer customer payments because of COVID-19

PNG seeks to defer customer payments because of COVID-19

The plan is to do this for three months

PNG seeks to defer customer payments because of COVID-19
Police can be used to check up on quarantined people

Police can be used to check up on quarantined people

But physical distancing in public still voluntary

Police can be used to check up on quarantined people
Coast Mountain College students have been receiving grocery gift cards to meet immediate needs. (File photo)

Huge uptake on college grocery gift cards for students

And some programs are now finished

Coast Mountain College students have been receiving grocery gift cards to meet immediate needs. (File photo)
(Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Terrace home sales increase while average price drop

Slight decline in sales expected during pandemic

(Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Rotarians in Terrace and area are sponsoring the Starfish backpack program through which students take home food for the weekend. (File photo)

Schools get creative to provide food to students

Initiatives underway include providing gift cards

Rotarians in Terrace and area are sponsoring the Starfish backpack program through which students take home food for the weekend. (File photo)
Public school teachers and staffers with School District 82 are redoubling efforts this week to reach families and students with whom they have yet to make contact. (File photo)

Schools ramp up contact efforts with students

Efforts of school district employees called “extraordinary”

Public school teachers and staffers with School District 82 are redoubling efforts this week to reach families and students with whom they have yet to make contact. (File photo)
A passenger who tested positive for COVID-19 was on an Air Canada flight from Terrace to Vancouver March 24. (File photo)

Terrace to Vancouver airline passenger tests positive for COVID-19

Was on an Air Canada flight on March 24

A passenger who tested positive for COVID-19 was on an Air Canada flight from Terrace to Vancouver March 24. (File photo)
(Gary Hee/Black Press file photo)

City hall, RCMP getting complaints about lack of physical distancing

So far, there’s no public health order to enforce the safety measure

(Gary Hee/Black Press file photo)
Northern Health has temporarily moved a refrigeration unit to Mills Memorial Hospital. (The Terrace Standard photo)

Northern Health moves reefer unit to Mills Memorial

The move is not related to COVID-19

Northern Health has temporarily moved a refrigeration unit to Mills Memorial Hospital. (The Terrace Standard photo)
Mills Memorial Hospital is Terrace has been designated as a primary care centre for the treatment of critically-ill COVID-19 patients. (File photo)

Mills Memorial named primary COVID-19 treatment facility

One of 19 sites designated in B.C.

Mills Memorial Hospital is Terrace has been designated as a primary care centre for the treatment of critically-ill COVID-19 patients. (File photo)