Margaret Speirs

Six month sentence for trafficking methamphetamine

It was accused's first drug charge so sentence lighter than could've been, judge says

Housing proposed for street homeless

City-owned land close to being developed into 52 units of transitional housing

Remembrance Day 2017 photo gallery

Terrace residents come out amidst the cold to remember those who served to keep our freedom.

New four-way stop to solve traffic issues at Keith and Kenney

Crews installing lines, rumble strips, signs and a flashing light at the intersection today.

New four-way stop to solve traffic issues at Keith and Kenney

Crews installing lines, rumble strips, signs and a flashing light at the intersection today.

Birds on a guarded wire

BC Hydro added guards to its substations to prevent accidental contact with birds

Terrace Cenotaph stone work mystery solved

No one knew who had done the stone work, not even the local Legion.

City acts quickly to restore dual viewers after vandals strike

Someone painted over eyepieces, making them unusable

New Remo evacuation order lifted

50 people evacuated from New Remo early this morning, Oct. 25.

Baby bear captured on Kalum St.

Bear cub had been seen in area backyards for several days

Survey asks residents for opinions on cannabis regulation

BC government looking for feedback until Nov. 1.

Council split on idea of video surveillance in downtown

Concerns arise over privacy, legal challenges

Affordable housing units’ construction underway

Twenty-two units are being created from old motel

Priest will be greatly missed by parish

Father Xavier Royappan of Sacred Heart Parish has died.

New triathlete qualifies for world championships

Royleen Wensvoort just learned how to swim a few years ago.

New college bursary to be named after longtime Terrace mayor

Council chose person to name it after rather than just calling it the City of Terrace bursary

Emergency support volunteers receive help

A bit of assistance will enable them to continue their work when needed

Grizzly destroyed in campground

Conservation officers had no choice but to put down the fearless, garbage eating bear

Skeena region polical parties report election expenses

Liberal Ellis Ross received $97,564.71, NDP Bruce Bidgood $66,500, and Merv Richie is late reporting

Sports anglers ignorant over First Nations fishing request

Thorkelson says recreational anglers on Skeena should count themselves lucky