Jackie Lieuwen

Jackie Lieuwen photoDarci Brousseau, a.k.a. Busty Bruiser, signals penalty trackers at a recent roller derby bout in Terrace.

Refereeing strikes a chord for Terrace roller derby player

Darci Brousseau has reffed 28 games in 14 months, spending money to travel across B.C. and officiate

Jackie Lieuwen photoDarci Brousseau, a.k.a. Busty Bruiser, signals penalty trackers at a recent roller derby bout in Terrace.
This group of Northwest B.C. doctors have partnered to launch the collaborative CHANGE Program in B.C. (Contributed image)

New Northwest health-care program hopes for big change

Northwest family doctors win awards for B.C. launch of CHANGE Program

This group of Northwest B.C. doctors have partnered to launch the collaborative CHANGE Program in B.C. (Contributed image)

Northwest family doctors win awards for B.C. launch of CHANGE Program

Northwest family doctors win awards for B.C. launch of CHANGE Program

Stewart Dr. Brenda Huff, left, and Houston Dr. Onuora Odoh, right, receive the Award of Excellence from the Rural Coordination Centre of B.C. at a BC Rural Health Conference May 12. (Sharon Mah photo)

Northwest family doctors win awards for B.C. launch of CHANGE Program

Program brings together healthcare professionals to help people make long-term lifestyle changes

Stewart Dr. Brenda Huff, left, and Houston Dr. Onuora Odoh, right, receive the Award of Excellence from the Rural Coordination Centre of B.C. at a BC Rural Health Conference May 12. (Sharon Mah photo)
Liam Buchanan, left, fights to steal the ball from Kyle Lindstrom at the Northmen’s first season match against the Prince Rupert Seamen last weekend. Buchanan was one of several Northmen picked up by the Seamen for the match, since the team had an incomplete roster. The Seamen did take an early lead in the game, but the Northmen took the game in the second half, winning 27-17.(Matthew Allen/The Northern View)

New rugby field in the works for Terrace Northmen

The rugby team has secured six new recruits and awaits a new field for its 2019 season

Liam Buchanan, left, fights to steal the ball from Kyle Lindstrom at the Northmen’s first season match against the Prince Rupert Seamen last weekend. Buchanan was one of several Northmen picked up by the Seamen for the match, since the team had an incomplete roster. The Seamen did take an early lead in the game, but the Northmen took the game in the second half, winning 27-17.(Matthew Allen/The Northern View)
Matthew Allen / The Northern ViewKermode Kiera Mulder fights for the ball with Rainmaker Reagan Pomponio during their first zone game May 12.

Terrace Kermodes tie for second in Northwest soccer zones

The team went 0-1-1, losing to champions Smithers Secondary School

Matthew Allen / The Northern ViewKermode Kiera Mulder fights for the ball with Rainmaker Reagan Pomponio during their first zone game May 12.
Coast Mountains School District staff watch a short video clip about the school district’s goal of ongoing reconciliation at the start of their most recent board meeting. (Jackie Lieuwen photo)

Briefs: Coast Mountains School District

Budget, playgrounds, and Hazelton Secondary principal all discussed recently

Coast Mountains School District staff watch a short video clip about the school district’s goal of ongoing reconciliation at the start of their most recent board meeting. (Jackie Lieuwen photo)
Kermode forward Delaney Kitchen chases a Kitimat defender at a match in Terrace recently. (Photo contributed)

Terrace Kermode girls gear up for soccer zones

The Caledonia team has partnered to include players from Centennial Christian School this year

Kermode forward Delaney Kitchen chases a Kitimat defender at a match in Terrace recently. (Photo contributed)
Terrace Northmen Carlin Wilkin fires a quick pass in a pre-season rugby match against the Prince Rupert Seamen. (Jackie Lieuwen photo)

Northmen face Rupert Seamen in pre-season game

Caledonia and Charles Hays

Terrace Northmen Carlin Wilkin fires a quick pass in a pre-season rugby match against the Prince Rupert Seamen. (Jackie Lieuwen photo)
Roller derby jammer Sasheen Wesley, a.k.a. Bash-Full, dodges a blocker in a Saturday afternoon bout against Yukon-Masset. (Jackie Lieuwen photo)

North Coast Nightmares win two in home tournament

The Terrace roller derby team beat Thompson-Okanagan and Yukon-Masset last weekend

Roller derby jammer Sasheen Wesley, a.k.a. Bash-Full, dodges a blocker in a Saturday afternoon bout against Yukon-Masset. (Jackie Lieuwen photo)
U6 soccer players Meredith Acal and opponents Lexi Janas, Jaxx Toovey and Health Hull chase the ball in a their first match of the season at the Terrace Youth Soccer Association kick off last Saturday. (Jackie Lieuwen photo)

Terrace youth soccer kicks off

The number of under-5 youth jumped from roughly 50 up to 75 this year

U6 soccer players Meredith Acal and opponents Lexi Janas, Jaxx Toovey and Health Hull chase the ball in a their first match of the season at the Terrace Youth Soccer Association kick off last Saturday. (Jackie Lieuwen photo)
COLUMN: Trail tips for the muddy spring season

COLUMN: Trail tips for the muddy spring season

What to do when you encounter mud to maintain optimal trail conditions

COLUMN: Trail tips for the muddy spring season
Only three out of seven elementary schools in Terrace get passing grade

Only three out of seven elementary schools in Terrace get passing grade

Fraser Institute shows Uplands Elementary is only public school which scored above the B.C. average

Only three out of seven elementary schools in Terrace get passing grade
Contributed photoThis white Toyota crashed on Hwy16 between Terrace and Prince Rupert, and Tyler Cameron helped the two guys get out after the crash.

Car flipped in Hwy16 crash

Terrace man says occupants are lucky it's not flooding yet

Contributed photoThis white Toyota crashed on Hwy16 between Terrace and Prince Rupert, and Tyler Cameron helped the two guys get out after the crash.
(Contributed photo)Ruins Board Shop rec hockey team and their wives gather for a photo after their win. L-R is Heather Lamming, Jaylene Gibbs, Jen Laderoute, Travis Lamming, Bryce Gibbs, Norm Laderoute, Nathan Waldner, Dylan Lefebvre, Chad Casper, Ben Soucie, Terri Soucie, Tara Wilson, Tyler Wilson, Mark Wilson, Jaclyn Oleksewich, Richard Watts.

Terrace team wins holiday hockey tournament

Bumped into finals when Fireballs folded, the Ruins Board Shop team secured a 3-2 win

(Contributed photo)Ruins Board Shop rec hockey team and their wives gather for a photo after their win. L-R is Heather Lamming, Jaylene Gibbs, Jen Laderoute, Travis Lamming, Bryce Gibbs, Norm Laderoute, Nathan Waldner, Dylan Lefebvre, Chad Casper, Ben Soucie, Terri Soucie, Tara Wilson, Tyler Wilson, Mark Wilson, Jaclyn Oleksewich, Richard Watts.
Jim D'Andrea, Smithers rider

Northwest B.C. hosting international tour of off-road motorcycle riders

Grizzbait tour brings riders from as far as Australia, Europe to ride in Terrace, Smithers, Kitimat

Jim D'Andrea, Smithers rider
Skeena Sawmills has purchased canter line equipment from Optimil Equipment, now being refitted in Prince George, and though Keery can’t say the exact timeline, his hope is to finish the canter line upgrade this year.

Skeena Sawmills modernization delayed due to building condition

Terrace mill re-engineering the $10 million project after last winter revealed building weaknesses

Skeena Sawmills has purchased canter line equipment from Optimil Equipment, now being refitted in Prince George, and though Keery can’t say the exact timeline, his hope is to finish the canter line upgrade this year.
Willy Crash

Malicious Monster Truck tour coming to Terrace this summer

It's the first time in 20 years monster trucks have rolled past Prince George for a northern show

Willy Crash
Team “Tears to HOPE “ ran the Vancouver Sun Run in honour of the MMIWG, particularly in remembrance of Tamara Chipman. The team included seven members of Tamara’s family including her son Jaden, and three close family friends. In back is Jaden Parker, Hyla McQuaid, Ron Bartlett, Kevin Brown and Randy Brown. In front is Steph Radek, Birgitte Bartlett, Lorna Brown, Jen Brown, and Matt Brown. (Submitted photo)

Running in memory of Tamara

Team "Tears to HOPE" ran in the Vancouver Sun Run in honour of murdered and missing Indigenous women

Team “Tears to HOPE “ ran the Vancouver Sun Run in honour of the MMIWG, particularly in remembrance of Tamara Chipman. The team included seven members of Tamara’s family including her son Jaden, and three close family friends. In back is Jaden Parker, Hyla McQuaid, Ron Bartlett, Kevin Brown and Randy Brown. In front is Steph Radek, Birgitte Bartlett, Lorna Brown, Jen Brown, and Matt Brown. (Submitted photo)
Terrace Peaks gymnast earns provincial gold on beam

Terrace Peaks gymnast earns provincial gold on beam

Savannah Medeiros shone brightly in her best division at the BC Artistic Gymnastics Championships

Terrace Peaks gymnast earns provincial gold on beam