Local News

Stray bullet slams into Terrace home

Poorly aimed target-practice shot crosses river, comes within feet of homeowner in his backyard

Terrace Community Forests moves forward on forest-thinning project

Tackling high density could lead to healthier forests and industry, TCF says

Nothing to stop Alaska from harvesting all sockeye swimming to B.C., says conservation group

“Fisheries in Southeast Alaska have harvested well over a quarter million sockeye salmon”

Terrace Climate Strike
Kitimat comedian Danny Nunes running as independent for Skeena-Bulkley Valley
Province announces $18.7 million for CMTN
Highway 16 Accident

Search called off for Nass River kayaker

RCMP still have not received missing persons report — public’s help, information needed

Missing mushroom picker found after two days

Wayne Morrison, 67, was reported missing Tuesday evening

Terrace RCMP increase enforcement in school zones

As students return to class, police will be monitoring drivers

  • Aug 29, 2019

Four-way stops to increase safety at two Terrace intersections

Crews working at Sparks Street and Halliwell Avenue, Munroe Street and Lazelle Avenue

UPDATE: Two semi trucks collide on Hwy 16 east of Terrace

Blown tire pushes logging truck across lane, sideswiping oncoming semi

Nisga’a Museum receives $45,000 federal grant for Indigenous heritage project

Almost $740,000 total has been given out to initiatives across B.C.

Kermode Friendship Society opens new playground

Daycare playground made possible with $10K donation

Lack of long-term care keeping Terrace seniors in hospital for months

Wait-listed seniors can expect to wait six and a half months for a spot at Terraceview

CityWest mistakenly overcharging customers on PST since 2013

Prince Rupert’s telecommunications company sent out notices to residents informing them of the error

New fire response vehicle for New Hazelton

RDKS will pass the keys for the new water tender Aug. 23

Volunteer gathers supplies, donations for Terrace homeless

“We need to start doing something before it’s too late,” says Miriam McKay