Local News

4/20/2017

Sports Hall of Fame to Honor Hazelton's Huynh

Hazelton's Carol Huynh is one of two B-C Olympians being inducted this year into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame. She and Victoria resident Simon Whitfield will be among nine people honoured at a ceremony slated for Toronto in November. Huynh captured an Olympic gold medal in women's wrestling in ... Read more
4/20/2017

Upcoming All-Candidates Forums

Voters in the Skeena riding get another chance to hear from their election candiates in Kitimat on April 20th.  The Chamber of Commerce is hosting an all-candidates forum -- running from 7 to 9 pm at the Mount Elizabeth Theatre. Candidates for the Skeena riding are; Liberal Ellis Ross, the ... Read more
4/19/2017

Terrace Police Seek Information Following Good Friday Home Invasion

Police in Terrace are asking for the public's help following a home invasion on Good Friday. At around 2:50 am on April 14th, police recieved a report of a home invasion on Straume avenue. A man with a weapon entered the home and screamed "where is it" repeatedly. He went ... Read more
4/19/2017

One Killed in Highway 16 Crash

R-C-M-P say one person was killed in a single-vehicle crash that closed down Highway 16 east of Terrace for several hours yesterday. The crash happened shortly after 2 a.m. near Gooden Road. Police say the male driver of a semi-tractor trailer was thrown from the truck and died at the ... Read more
4/19/2017

Smell Smoke? Prescribed Burns Ongoing

People in the Hazelton and Southbank areas may notice some smoke in the air later this week, as the B-C Wildfire Service conducts two prescribed burns. The service plans to ignite the fires today as long as the weather permits. One of the fires will take place at the 41-kilometre ... Read more