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Sports equipment stolen from Thornhill Elementary School

Terrace RCMP are looking for leads in school theft last weekend

Witness gets $300 reward for turning in wolf poacher on Halfway River

Poacher used a baited barbed triple hook trap in effort to catch wolves

Local store in Terrace encourages other businesses to be more eco-friendly

Sidewalkers is working with Plastic Free Terrace to provide examples of going green

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Gary Alec released on bail

Assault suspect faces 28 charges for eluding police

‘Save our principals’: Terrace students stage walkout at school district office over staffing changes

This would affect several schools in the district, with two principals assuming teaching positions

Salmon conservation talk devolves into blame game

There was lots of debate but little consensus at a fish conservation talk in Smithers on April 24

Lanfear Drive longboarding accident a reminder to wear helmets

While helmets are mandatory in B.C. for cyclists, skating helmets are not

Wet’suwet’en-settler relations book nominated for lieutenant-governor award

Tyler McCreary’s Shared Histories book seen as a legacy for truth and reconciliation

Life experience key to NDP nomination hopeful

Amanda Ramsay is one of four in the running

School district briefs: Stewart protests possible budget cuts

Key discussions from the Coast Mountains School District meeting April 24

Search resumes for evidence in hit and run death of Cameron Kerr

Terrace and Prince Rupert SARs scour Hwy 16 ditches

B.C. begins reconciliation talks with Wet’suwet’en

Hereditary Chief Na’moks addresses the United Nations in New York City

Security improvement grants available for Terrace businesses

Applications open until May 15 for city’s new grant program

Terrace Legion Branch 13 celebrates 100 years

The branch was awarded its Great War Veterans Association Charter in 1919

Second dump site of Dungeness crab discovered

DFO confident new site related to April 2 dump of 250 more crab

Nisga’a leader named UNBC chancellor

Dr. Joseph Arthur Gosnell is the first Indigenous leader to assume the role

Northwest local governments team up to fill in future employment gaps

Around 17,000 jobs will need to be filled in the region over the next eight years

Cedar tree planted in Terrace in honour of Indigenous generational healing

A tree planting ceremony was held in George Little Park April 20 to kickstart conversation

Housing affordability in Northern B.C. sees slight improvements: report

Higher paying jobs mitigating effects of increased housing prices, Realtor says