Rod Link

Road repair haggling continues

There are also implications for northwestern natural gas consumers

Much work ahead for downtown museum location

Environmental remediation of the site needed first

Airport registers modest passenger increase

Manager anticipates further growth in 2018 as expansion project nears completion

College buys a yurt to boost student success

Round tent-like structure part of college instructional shift

$15 million spent on cancelled transmission line

BC Hydro had already spent approximately $15 million on planning a new…

Access to naloxone kits made easier

They’re now available from pharmacies

Terrace and area home values dip slightly, assessment figures show

Values also to figure in 2018 property taxes

Home sales in Terrace hold steady, values drop slightly

The report comes from the BC Northern Real Estate Board

BC Hydro plans to scrap new transmission line

The utility provider is instead considering refurbishing the existing line

Children’s CDs highlight local musicians

Collaboration introduces musical genres and concepts

Northeast air ambulance pilot project eyed for Northwest

It’s a scenario often experienced by medical patients in northern and rural…

Extra snow clearing for Highway 37 South

The Kitimat-Terrace highway should now be ready for big snowfalls like in November

Radiology review finds 10 per cent discrepancy

Provincial government to implement action plan

Skeena BC Liberal MLA hits ground running

Mills Memorial tops on Ellis Ross ‘to do’ list

kermodei tourism letter re: skeena closure

An open letter to: The Honourable Dominic LeBlanc Minister, Fisheries and Oceans…

Cassie Hall students learn about the great outdoors

Program included planting vegetables and harvesting what they grew

NWCC awaits budget word

Spending includes wage increases for administrators

School district, college continue homestay search

Terrace schools continue their search for local families to house international students

Grateful farewell

Editor Rod Link shares thanks in what is his final issue at The Terrace Standard

Ottawa contains many reminders of northwestern B.C.

From a Supreme Court of Canada justice to the crash of an American nuke-carrying bomber, you’re never far from home while in nation’s capital.