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Property owners and downtown association work on communication

Open house meeting to get along better ends on positive note.

  • Dec 8, 2016
Adrian Babcock

Martial artists from Terrace dojo win gold

Three martial artists from the Terrace B.C. fought in Miami recently, claiming gold in continuous point fighting in their categories.

ARTIST’S rendering of the one-storey office for the B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union to be built on the vacant lot on the corner of Kalum and Lazelle Ave.

Union to build office in Terrace, B.C.

Construction follows BCGEU policy of owning its own buildings

  • Oct 29, 2016

Man arrested after Terrace gas station robbed

Employee threatened with handgun; cash box grabbed

  • Oct 25, 2016

Four crashes in four days on Sande Overpass

Terrace RCMP says drivers not paying attention is the cause.

  • Sep 28, 2016

Transit planners pleased with response to Hwy16 bus service plan

And Saturday seems to be a popular choice for service to connect communities

  • Sep 2, 2016

First man jumps into NDP nomination race

Bruce Bidgood says he's running because this riding is going to be remarkably important in the upcoming election.

  • Aug 26, 2016
Northern Health is introducing a new team to assist emergency responders and health care workers with cases involving mental illness or addiction.

Terrace gets new mental health crisis team

The team will assist emergency responders and health care workers across the northwest

Northern Health is introducing a new team to assist emergency responders and health care workers with cases involving mental illness or addiction.

Students oppose moving college library in Terrace, B.C.

Northwest Community College looking at ways to better utilize longhouse structure

Conservation officers are looking for a ram that is supposed to be forfeited to them by order of the court. As shown here

B.C. conservation officers looking for illegally hunted ram

Man convicted of killing stone sheep ram said it had been stolen afterward.

  • Mar 1, 2016
Conservation officers are looking for a ram that is supposed to be forfeited to them by order of the court. As shown here
A series of oil refineries located outside of Edmonton

First Nations chief, enviro critic react to new oil pipeline proposal

Don Roberts says better consultation is needed with the Tsimshian as a collective, while Greg Knox calls pipelines risky

A series of oil refineries located outside of Edmonton
Centennial senior boys celebrate after winning volleyball provincials Nov. 28.

Year in Review 4: Sports highlights 2015

This is the last part of The Terrace Standard's annual year in review, showcasing the sports highlights from October 2015 to December 2015.

  • Jan 2, 2016
Centennial senior boys celebrate after winning volleyball provincials Nov. 28.
James Taylor

Year in Review 3: Sports highlights 2015

This is the third part of The Terrace Standard's annual year in review, showcasing the sports highlights from July 2015 to September 2015.

  • Jan 1, 2016
James Taylor
LOCAL bigfoot seeker Larry Sommerfield with cast of a footprint in this 2008 photo.

Bigfoot sighting reported in northwestern B.C.’s Nass Valley

Northwestern B.C. stories of bigfood sightings abound

LOCAL bigfoot seeker Larry Sommerfield with cast of a footprint in this 2008 photo.
Donna Rivet’s Thornhill Elementary School’s Grade 6 class raised $607.40 the last week of school before Christmas break with a bake sale and raffle and gave the proceeds to the Syrian Refugee Family Fund.

Thornhill class raises money for Syrians

The aim of local group is to bring in one Syrian family

  • Dec 28, 2015
Donna Rivet’s Thornhill Elementary School’s Grade 6 class raised $607.40 the last week of school before Christmas break with a bake sale and raffle and gave the proceeds to the Syrian Refugee Family Fund.

Private schools growing in Terrace, B.C.

Trend counters the decline of public school numbers

The super storm in February had a tendency to knock things over with its wind and huge amounts of accumulated snow.

2015 News in Review: January-March

Check out some of the year's highlights that happened in Terrace, B.C. in the first quarter

  • Dec 19, 2015
The super storm in February had a tendency to knock things over with its wind and huge amounts of accumulated snow.

Power line worker’s death caused by multiple factors

Michael Todd Thornewell, 45, died after falling 22 metres from a work platform last year

Museum nurtures locally adapted plants

The giant strawberry strain is just one local variety tucked away in the Heritage Park Museum gardens.

  • May 1, 2015

Charges laid in fatal shooting of Terrace teen

The 16-year-old suspect appeared in court earlier this month

  • Apr 23, 2015