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Thornhill resident receives Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers award

Donna Ziegler was recognized with 40 others in Victoria Sept. 6

Runners crowned at 41st King of the Mountain Race

The event was organized by the Skeena Valley Runners for the first time this year

B.C. golfer, just 23, scores the rare albatross

Six-million-to-one shot a first for the Terrace club

B.C. shows overwhelming support for Telegraph Creek

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

WestJet announces direct flights between Terrace, Calgary

Direct connections will start twice a week in early September

Crowds enjoy 2018 Riverboat Days parade in Terrace

This year’s theme was diversity

1 woman dead in first suspected homicide in Terrace since 2015

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

Northwest B.C. college expects over 250 international students

Coast Mountain College campuses in Terrace, Prince Rupert and Smithers to get bulk of students

Prince Rupert to receive 64 international college students this fall

Coast Mountain College campuses in Terrace, Prince Rupert and Smithers to get bulk of students

Kool-Aid man to run for mayor of B.C. town

Comedian Danny Nunes hopes youth will “drink the kool-aid” and exercise their vote

Smoky skies in Northwest B.C. to last for several days, says BC Wildfire Service

Haze within the Northwest Fire Centre coming from fires burning outside the province

Cullen, Morris face off on proportional representation debate

At-capacity crowd packs in to Terrace event

CMTN First Nations Fine Arts program offers new advanced diploma

The 10-month program will focus on enhancing jewellery, sculpture and marketing skills

UPDATE: Fire northeast of Terrace under control

The 12.1-hectare fire was first discovered Saturday morning near Cedarvale

Crews battle fire northeast of Terrace

The 10-hectare fire was discovered Saturday

Federal NDP leader talks DFO, Greyhound, tariffs at 1st of 4-day B.C. tour

Jagmeet Singh was in Terrace Wednesday with Skeena-Bulkley Valley NDP MP Nathan Cullen

Captains VanderHeyden bid farewell to Terrace

The Salvation Army stalwarts are moving on to a new role in Ontario

Industrial park developer still hopeful for 2020 completion

Businesses could import raw materials and export finished goods through the Port of Prince Rupert

UPDATE: $25,000 insurance claim filed after Shames Mountain break-in

Thieves stole $10,000 in equipment from the ski resort over the Canada Day long weekend

Missing Oregon family found after possibly getting lost on purpose

Officials say family of four was found near Dease Lake after their vehicle was apparently abandoned