Samantha Garvey

Terrace was once known as the ‘Okanagan of the North

Growing ahead: A look at local farming

Terrace’s economy has room to expand in an unexpected way

Terrace was once known as the ‘Okanagan of the North

Planting change: Local food in Terrace

The soil is fertile, the water is plentiful, but there is no one to farm Terrace land

Terrace remains a young person’s centre

But stats reveal the number of older people here is growing.

Local food promoted

Residents will be asked to play their role in increasing local food production at this year’s Skeena Valley Fall Fair

Fire strategy has shifted

Controlled fire burns can be good for the forest and prevent unexpected fires in the future

Firefighting costs drop this year

But there have been more fires in northwestern B.C. than last year.

A timeline of important political dates throughout B.C.'s tanker history

Slick Talk: A history of oil tankers and B.C.’s coast

An in-depth look at the history of oil tankers and B.C.'s coast

A timeline of important political dates throughout B.C.'s tanker history

Skeena MLA Austin says refinery proposal is “just an idea”

NDP MLA for Skeena Robin Austin says refinery proposal fundamentally doesn't change anything about the pipeline proposal.

Susann Williamson (middle) owns Mountainside Gallery. Her goal is a space to bring together artists

Arts scene continues to rise

Susann Williamson's Nortcoast Gallery had its grand opening this weekend

Susann Williamson (middle) owns Mountainside Gallery. Her goal is a space to bring together artists
Kim Slater is running 29 marathons

Enbridge run touches Terrace

Kim Slater is running a marathon nearly every day as part of her campaign to encourage dialogue about energy alternatives.

Kim Slater is running 29 marathons

Terrace wildfire cannot be reached

A small, spot fire 12 kilometres east of Terrace cannot be reached by crews because of steep inaccessible terrain.

Careful with campfires; open fire ban continues

Terrace had the only human-caused fire over the hot and dry weather at the end of July.

TERRACE'S FIRST police station was constructed 100 years ago in 1912. This photo is estimated to have been taken shortly after 1921.

First police building turns 100

AS TERRACE turns 101 years old, its oldest downtown building celebrates a centennial.

TERRACE'S FIRST police station was constructed 100 years ago in 1912. This photo is estimated to have been taken shortly after 1921.
Brendan Kennedy (left) and twin brother Jeff had the opportunity to play hockey in Sweden before they head to Salmon Arm this September for their first season of Junior A in Salmon Arm. Here they are in front of Caledonia Secondary where they graduated last month.

Twinspired performance abroad

Hockey players Jeff and Brendan Kennedy are headed back down south after a pit stop playing hockey in Europe

Brendan Kennedy (left) and twin brother Jeff had the opportunity to play hockey in Sweden before they head to Salmon Arm this September for their first season of Junior A in Salmon Arm. Here they are in front of Caledonia Secondary where they graduated last month.
Tanner Watt readies his drive at the Skeena Valley Golf Course

Watt drive: golfer tees off at Games

Tanner Watt was the only golfer from Terrace to compete in the BC Summer Games

Tanner Watt readies his drive at the Skeena Valley Golf Course
AMBUR BRAID'S singing career is growing by leaps and bounds. She was recently home to sing for Caledonia’s graduating students.

Singer’s career hits high notes

AMBUR BRAID sings in leading roles for the Canadian Opera Company (COC) to crowds of thousands.

AMBUR BRAID'S singing career is growing by leaps and bounds. She was recently home to sing for Caledonia’s graduating students.
Robert Broome holds gold medal won for his specialty sherry. The medal came from an international competition and continues Broome’s education and efforts on perfecting his technique.

U-brew owner excels at craft

Terrace business owner takes home gold in the Winemaker International Amateur Competition for 2012.

Robert Broome holds gold medal won for his specialty sherry. The medal came from an international competition and continues Broome’s education and efforts on perfecting his technique.

Northwest BC open fire ban takes hold July 13

Not included are campfires, gas or propane cooking stoves and briquettes.