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Telegraph Creek wildfires merge into one

Wind shift offers chance to secure southern flank of 28,000-hectare blaze

B.C. shows overwhelming support for Telegraph Creek

Food, water and volunteers are the main focuses at the moment

UPDATE: Wild Goose Lake fire increased to 850 hectares

There are 54 fire fighters, one helicopter and four pieces of heavy equipment on site.

  • Aug 8th, 2018
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WestJet announces direct flights between Terrace, Calgary

Direct connections will start twice a week in early September

Wildfire evacuees asked to check in with support services

ESS stations now operating in Terrace, Smithers and Dease Lake

Eat like a pirate on Aug. 15

White Spot’s annual Pirate Pak Day charity fundraiser returns for a ninth straight year

First YVC Soapbox Derby raises more than $5,000 for youth

The Terrace Youth Volunteer Corps derby saw more than 50 people race at the Skeena Mall

Terrace Special Olympian earns three bronze medals from nationals

Jess Hansen competed on Team BC from August 1-4 in Antigonish, Nova Scotia

Telegraph Creek under evacuation order

Alkali Lake wildfire grows 2,000 hectares over the weekend

Sold out Wild Duck Race raises more than $40,000 for Rotary

All three prize winners were from Terrace this year

Recreational salmon fishing to open Aug. 7 on Skeena mainstream

DFO allows for sockeye, pink and coho but chinook and chum still prohibited

More crews moved to Alkali Lake wildfire

So far no homes lost, no reported injuries

UPDATE: Additional crews arrive at Alkali Lake wildfire

No homes lost nor injuries reported as a result of 150-hectare blaze

Police investigating suspected targeted homicide in Terrace

One person in custody after 59-year old woman found deceased inside residence

Province breaks ground on modular housing project in Terrace

Fifty-two units of supportive housing on Olson Avenue should be complete by this winter

DFO increases recreational catch of marine-area chinook

Still no chinook openings anticipated for Skeena River

Elephant’s Ear cafe closing mid-August

Several economic factors played into decision to sell, says owner