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Snow Shortage still plagues Ski Resorts - Dec 8, 2002 – 12/8/2002 11:16:17 PM

Shames Mountain is due to open Dec 13, although it is still uncertain whether sufficient snow fell over the weekend for reasonable skiing. …Full Story. More Stories…

Caledonia musical "State Fair" another great Success - Dec 7, 2002 – 12/8/2002 6:45:12 PM

Hats off to all who helped make it happen. In spite of cutbacks, regional population loss, and general attempts by Victoria to de-emphasise arts programs in the schools, local students again showed through their hard work that there is more to education than just "basics" and corporatization as recent "non-think tanks" would like us to believe. The bonus for Terrace residents is a display of talent showing us all that at least a very substantial number of our communities young people care to go the extra mile. …Full Story. More Stories…

Nov 16, 2002, Talstra returned as Mayor - also 4 incumbent councillors – 11/17/2002 5:09:47 AM

Civic election turnout was lighter than last time around, especially the school board race. Following are Terrace and district results 11:30 Sat. City Of Terrace

Mayor:

* Jack Talstra ELECTED 2,004 vs Bob Erb 254

Councilors

* Marylin Davies ELECTED 1,538

*Lynne Christiansen ELECTED 1,506

*Rich McDaniel ELECTED 1,431

*David Hull ELECTED 1,259

Stew Christensen ELECTED 1,140

Carol LeClerc ELECTED 1,138

Don Coburn 1,112

*Ron Vanderlee 1,070

Allen McIntyre 1,032

Rusty Ljungh 775

Coast Mountain School District #82

Terrace

*Diana Penner ELECTED 1,653

Nicole Bingham ELECTED 1,503

*Hal Stedham ELECTED 1,103

Mike Maxim 809

Paul Sametz 644

Thornhill

Lorrie Gowen ELECTED 139

* Gary Turner 100 Hazelton

Jessica Mikolayczyk Leading with 10 of 11 polls reporting 405

*Pieter Weeber 255 Regional District all by acclamation.

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Terrace Community Band celebrates 20th anniversary in style – 11/17/2002 4:10:47 AM

Best of all the event was free - a special present to Terrace from these wonderful performers. Below are just a few of the photos from the evening - those not on high speed be warned - if you click on the wide "thumbnails" you may have to wait a bit for the wide photos to fill the screen.

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Remembrance Day 2002 -wet & cold, – 11/12/2002 4:11:26 AM


Community Band 20 Anniversary concert, REM Lee Nov 16, 2002: Terrace residents pay tribute to the founder - Mr Music "the name is Ryan - James Ryan" -

Terrace Community Band 20 Anniversary concert, REM Lee Nov 16, 2002 Terrace Community Band playing what else but
the James Ryan signature march - TRUE NORTH.

Mr Music himself - the name is Ryan - James Ryan <- left: Mr Music himself showed up to collect yet another award - the name is Ryan - James Ryan

Below: Cayley Western, a member of the Inverrary Flute & Harp Ensemble
Inverrary Flute & Harp Ensemble

















Inverrary Flute & Harp Ensemble Inverrary Flute & Harp Ensemble.

Tenor Sax Solo Hot jazz from the Terrace Big Band












Hot jazz from the Terrace Big Band



Tenor Sax Solo









Inverrary Flute & Harp Ensemble Inverrary Flute & Harp Ensemble.

More from the community Band More from the community Band.
20 year 'service medals' 20 year 'service medals'.

More Jazz from the Big band More Jazz from the Big band.

Cayley Western on Flute Left: Cayley Western on Flute

Below: - Robin Hollett conducting the combined Terrace Community Band and Moderato - the adult beginner band


Robin Hollett conducting the combined Terrace Community Band and Moderato

















The combined bands The combined bands enjoying another story from the great raconteur himself - Master of Ceremonies George Clark

The combined bands










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ICY ROADS result in four accidents – 11/10/2002 11:32:23 PM

Busy Terrace Firefighters tend to injured occupant and prepare for hydraulic cutters to free person from vehicle.

Busy Terrace Firefighters tend to injured occupant and prepare for hydraulic cutters to free person from vehicle.

Four vehicle accidents one one day - Nov 5, 2002 - icy conditions catch motorists by surprise.

The first call was 6:59 a.m. - a 50-year- old Kitimat manís vehicle hit ice and rolled over near the airport hill on Hwy 37.

The second happened within the hour 7:56 a.m. - a 1994 Dodge pickup rolled over just south of the airport hill.

The third accident occurred less than a half hour later at 8:22 a.m.- a little closer to Terrace when a 1985 GMC pick-up crossed the centre line landing up in the ditch on the south side of Hwy 37.

The fourth occurred at 8:37 a.m. 41km east of Terrace near Little Oliver Creek. Although the vehicle, a 2001 Dodge Dakota pick-up truck suffered major damage, 3 occupants thanks to the seat belts, only suffered minor injuries.

The message from the RCMP is to winterize vehicles, take extra caution on the roads especially in frosty mornings, and to keep wearing those seatbelts - they could save your lives.

Be careful out there.

Special Thanks to Terrace Firefighters Who made extensive use of the jaws of life to get victims out of vehicles in at least two of the incidents. .

Below is a reprint from one of our "Kermode Quickshots Feature" with some Terrace Fire and Rescue photos of one of the incidents.


Remembrance Day 2002: Terrace residents of all generations show up to pay tribute

(note to web viewers, both local and regular visitors from any of the 50+ countries that traverse our pages:- All pictures on this page are thumbnails - incuding the the wide ones. To see the full pictures, click any on this page. High speed surfers with large monitors will get the full effect of a typical Terrace community event)
Ceremony at Tillicum Theatre with the Terrace Community Band Ceremony at Tillicum Theatre with the Terrace Community Band.

Half Mast Cadets greeting participants















Beavers












Ceremony at Tillicum Theatre with the Terrace Community Band Ceremony at Tillicum Theatre with the Terrace Community Band and War Veterans on Stage.

Veteran Veteran



A blustery wind and driving rain couldn't keep the veterans away.







Tolerating the weather seems a part of the ritual.














Both the organizing committe and as importantly Terrace residents must greatly appreciate the contribution by Tillicum Twin Theatres of the use of the theatre for the opening portion of the ceremonies. Having a warm and dry "home" within such close distance from the Centopath enhances the event. Hats off to Bill Young and family. Ceremony at Tillicum Theatre with the Terrace Community Band Ceremony at Tillicum Theatre with the Terrace Community Band and War Veterans on Stage.

Waiting at the Centopath Waiting at the Centopath.

Parade starts down Lakelse Avenue from the Tillicum to The Centopath Parade starts down Lakelse Avenue from the Tillicum to The Centopath.

Parade goes past residents braving wind and rain Parade goes past residents braving wind and rain.

Parade wheels in front of Centopath. Parade wheels in front of Centopath.

Full length of Parade stretched along Lakelse Full length of Parade stretched along Lakelse.

Gathering at the Centopath for the Wreath Laying Gathering at the Centopath for the Wreath Laying

Mayor arrives at the Centopath, while the final groups find their places "Mayor arrives at the Centopath, while the final groups find their places

Cadets stand in formation as ceremony proceeds. Cadets stand in formation as ceremony proceeds.

Laying of Wreaths at Centopath. Laying of Wreaths at Centopath.



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LOCAL CANDIDATES IN HOT SEAT TUESDAY NOV 5, 2002. – 11/2/2002 5:30:45 PM

Itís your chance to see local election candidates for city council and school board in action and get your questions answered. …Full Story. More Stories…

New Fire Truck for Thornhill - Nov 1, 2002 – 11/2/2002 4:51:08 PM

The new truck will replace 21-year-old Ladder 3 truck which would have cost over $65,000 in repairs to add at most 5 years to its life. The entire department is extremely pleased with the new purchase, from chief Art Hill, down through the ranks to even the junior firefighters such as Amelia Nystrom who happily showed this reporter the truck. The truck offers not only greater capability but also better safety and comfort for the firefighters, a welcome improvement. …Full Story. More Stories…


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