Local News

9/22/2017

Kermode Captured -- Returned Safely To Wild

He's been prowling around Terrace for the past couple of weeks -- but now a Kermode bear is back in the bush where he belongs. Terrace Conservation Officer Zane Testawich says several days of intense effort in tracking the spirit bear finally paid off last night. "He was captured at ... Read more
9/22/2017

Bench Dedicated At Smithers Library After Inadvertent Donation

A special ceremony is taking place this afternoon (Friday) at the Smithers Public Library, to dedicate a bench that was built, thanks to the inadvertent donation of a fair bit of money. The cash had been found inside a hollowed-out book, which was among several books donated to the Library ... Read more
9/22/2017

Man Facing Charges After Two-Vehicle Collision In Terrace

A man is facing charges in connection with last night's two-vehicle crash in Terrace, which sent a woman and two children to hospital. The man was driving a red Ford pickup, which collided with a Honda Odyssey van at around 9:30pm, on Highway 16 in front of the Kalum Motel. ... Read more
9/21/2017

Prince Rupert Students Take Part in Science Literacy Week

Students at School District 52 in Prince Rupert put their curious minds to the test as schools took part in its first Science Literacy Week. Grade 4 and 5 students at Ecole Roosevelt Park Community School had to build bridge designs that would allow animals to safely cross a busy ... Read more
9/21/2017

New Transit Buses for the Northwest

The Northwest welcomed one of several new BC transit buses set to join the fleet today. Three of the buses will serve Terrace, five are bound for Kitimat, and another two will serve the Skeena regional system. Terrace Mayor Carol Leclerc says she's glad for the modernization; "It's nice to ... Read more