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SHOULD Terrace spend an unexpected $375,000 provincial grant on demolishing the city-owned Greig Ave. Co-op building or on supporting the purchase of the Shames Mountain ski hill?
While B.C.’s premier and minister of jobs visited the Kitwanga sawmill to celebrate the resurgence of B.C. forestry, industry leaders were just starting to cope with a big tax hike on logs for the Kispiox region.
The City of Terrace is still spending less money paying its city staff compared to Kitimat and Prince Rupert.
IF IT were a battle between rain and shine this summer, those who bet on cooler, wetter weather would be walking home with fuller pockets now— albeit soggy ones.
KITSELAS VOTED in a new chief councillor and new members to council during elections June 10.
THE SURGE of mineral exploration and development taking place in the northwest has created new opportunities for investors looking to make a profit.
When money ran out and dreams of opening a community kitchen in Terrace fell short, volunteers and donors were quick to step in.
As a city garbage truck backed into the driveway of 4619 Hillcrest Ave. in Terrace yesterday morning, it snagged some low hanging power lines, trapping the driver inside the vehicle.
NORTHWEST Community College is working on a budget-cutting plan designed to cure a deficit of $1.1 million.
Despite rising costs and demands for services, NWCC president Denise Henning said the college hasn’t seen a budget increase in years.
Northwest Community College tuition fees will increase by two per cent this fall.
Despite students protests and worries from some board members that the college doesn't have a final budget, the increase – amounting to $50,000 – was voted in today.
A proposed two per cent tuition increase at Northwest Community College has students demanding a freeze instead.
The federal election is fast approaching and dates and polling locations in Terrace are set.
The Kitselas and Kitsumkalum First Nations are expecting to see a finished draft of their respective treaties by this year’s end.
Kitselas First Nation has plans to spend nearly $3.5 million, but part of that sum is awaiting a signed agreement from the federal government.
A rock slide is blocking half of Hwy16 about 70 km east of Terrace.
THE PAST winter may have seemed longer, snowier and colder than normal but if weather records are any indication, it was fairly average.
Terrace's midget rep hockey team wrapped up a roller-coaster season this past weekend coming in third in zones.