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The photocopy of the Soviet era textbook used to teach English which contains a letter from a group of Terrace students. (Ben Bogstie/Terrace Standard)

Professor seeks B.C. students who wrote letter to Soviet school in the ’70s

Letter from Terrace students seeking Soviet pen-pals appeared in 1978 Soviet textbook

The photocopy of the Soviet era textbook used to teach English which contains a letter from a group of Terrace students. (Ben Bogstie/Terrace Standard)

City of Terrace ponders covered bike shelters

But must add own money to provincial grant

Mystery craft touches down at Onion Lake

Origin, builder are unknown

Bymac boat launch back in operation

The first of a planned series of improvements has now taken place at Bymac Park. And that's the dredging and rehabilitation of the boat launch there, work that's long been sought after by local anglers and others. (Houston Today photo)

District applies for matching endowment grant

Income earned would support local projects and people

District fills a vacant position

Deputy corporate services director hired

District forfeits a $4,000 federal grant

Could not stage a community fireworks display

District of Houston begins search for top executive

Mid-October deadline date set to apply

Expect smoky skies this fall

Crews burning slash from fireguard project southwest of town

City supports bid to use geothermal energy

Hot air would replace natural gas to dry fibre for pellets

Passenger count climbs at airport

August highest monthly count so far this year

Man struck by train in Terrace CN railyard

Taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries

Mills Memorial builder brings in vaccination requirement

But there are grounds for exemptions

Burns Lake is one of six to get full time permanent paramedics

Eight paramedics will be needed to ensure the around the clock presence in Burns Lake

Project underway to increase moose forage

Taking place in an area east of Babine Mountains

New Mills in Terrace could offer elective orthopedic surgery

Hospital already slated to be a hub for regional trauma care

City of Terrace hires person to deal with social problems

Three-year commitment to cost $456,000

Northwest B.C. electric vehicle fast chargers out of service

Replacement parts proving difficult to acquire due to supply chain disruptions

City of Terrace gets provincial homelessness grant

Will be used for portable toilets and to hire city staffer

City of Terrace taxpayers face increased RCMP costs

Collective agreement provides substantial wage hikes