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RCMP trying to find possible crash victim

Telegraph Creek RCMP say two people were injured and a third is missing after a crash discovered yesterday. Police were called to the Telegraph Creek Bridge Monday morning after a pickup was found over an embankment. Investigators say there were at least two people in the truck who received non life-threatening injuries. However, police received information that there may have ... Read More »

RCMP say woman thrown from moving vehicle

Terrace RCMP arrested a man early Sunday after a woman was thrown from a moving vehicle. Emergency crews found the victim suffering from non life-threatening injuries near Kalum Street and Scott Avenue around 6 a.m. Witnesses identified the driver who police say was found intoxicated nearby. RCMP arrested the male for failure to remain at the scene of an accident ... Read More »

Is Williams Lake the next “One Horse Town”?

Williams Lake is in the running for a country music concert contest. The city is one of six finalists in “One Horse Town”, an online competition that sees communities under 50,000 vie to host a free outdoor concert. If the city wins, it will get a free concert featuring Dallas Smith, Tim Hicks, and Kira Isabella September 15. Mayor Walt ... Read More »

Prince Rupert picks local firm for hot tub replacement

The City of Prince Rupert has chosen a local firm to replace the hot tub at the Earl Mah Aquatic Centre. Council voted to award the contract to Rupert Wood ‘N Steel Construction Monday. Councillor Wade Niesh says he understands that the public has concerns about the closure of the pool, but says it’s necessary. The aquatic centre will be ... Read More »

Survey says BC men healthiest in Canada

According to a new study released by the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation, BC men are the healthiest in the country. Unfortunately, the study still pins more than 67 percent of men in the province to be unhealthy, compared to the national standard of 72 percent. The study examined diet, exercise, smoking, drinking, and sleep as the key factors to a ... Read More »

Bat attack in Terrace leads to arrest

Two men landed in jail cells in Terrace following a drunken brawl on Sunday. The incident took place on Sunday afternoon in Brolly Square, where a men reportedly threatened another man with a baseball bat. Officers could not discern how the events unfolded after collecting statements, and the reported victim refused to cooperate with the investigation. Both men were examined ... Read More »

Terrace Council votes to support Federation of Canadian Municipalities

Terrace City Council has opted to support the Federation of Canadian Municipalities in their lobbying efforts. The FCM has been making the rounds lately, looking to collect the funding needed to better support municipalities in Ottawa. Mayor Carol Leclerc says she has attended meetings with the Federation and that the state of rural communities is a consistent topic. The FCM ... Read More »

Local tourism leaders pen letter requesting fairness in sport fishing

A locally penned letter campaigning for fairness in recreational fishing is making the rounds and landed itself in front of Terrace council yesterday. The letter, which has already drawn high-profile backers in the community, including MLA Ellis Ross, requests a short catch and release Chinook salmon fishing season to help the industry recover its losses. While Kermodei Tourism rep and ... Read More »

School shooting threat in Fort Nelson

RCMP in Fort Nelson are investigating a threat issued to a local high school. The threat, graffiti’d on the wall in the building makes claims of a June 20th shooting. Police have issued warning letters to all parents and have increased their pressence at the school. If you have any information you believe to be of assistance to police, you ... Read More »

Boat crashes off coast of Hotspring Island

The Coast Guard Environment Response Team are responding to an early morning crash near Hotspring Island. At around 6:40 this morning, the 40 foot Venture H ran aground and began to take on water on the south side of the island. All 4 crew members are safe and the 1200 litres of fuel onboard has not leaked so far. Prince ... Read More »

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