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Terry Farrell

Terry Farrell

I rejoined Black Press in 2014 after spending seven years at a daily publication in Alberta. My editorial journey spans 14 years, and I'm honored to bring my experience to the team at the Comox Valley Record. Prior to this role, I spent five years as the sports editor at the Record's sister paper, the Campbell River Mirror.

When I'm not in the office, you can often find me at one of the local golf courses, enjoying a round or two. Additionally, I have a passion for running, and you might spot me exploring the trails with my dogs.

Phone
778-225-0029
Email
terry.farrell@comoxvalleyrecord.com

Recent Work by Terry

VIDEO: B.C. woman turns front yard into Halloween extravaganza

VIDEO: B.C. woman turns front yard into Halloween extravaganza

B.C. cyclist celebrates 82nd birthday by pedalling up a mountain

B.C. cyclist celebrates 82nd birthday by pedalling up a mountain

Roger Thomas went up Vancouver Island’s Mount Washington in less than 2 hours
WestJet aircraft collides with parked Hercules at B.C. airport

WestJet aircraft collides with parked Hercules at B.C. airport

No injuries as Westjet plane makes contact with military aircraft on Comox Valley Airport tarmac
‘Door has been cracked open’ for integration of physician assistants in British Columbia

‘Door has been cracked open’ for integration of physician assistants in British Columbia

College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC is in early stages of policy work with the ministry
VIDEO: B.C. homeowners hospitalized after TikTok challenge turns ugly

VIDEO: B.C. homeowners hospitalized after TikTok challenge turns ugly

Charges pending against teens and residents after longstanding door-kicking problem comes to a head
Chilliwack artist, Horsefly duo among B.C. winners at opening night of the Juno Awards

Chilliwack artist, Horsefly duo among B.C. winners at opening night of the Juno Awards

The 2023 Juno Awards officially kicked off Saturday night in Edmonton, Alta. with the Opening Night Awards, and a few British Columbia artists picked up some hardware.
B.C. RCMP detachment cleared of any wrongdoing in death of man while in custody

B.C. RCMP detachment cleared of any wrongdoing in death of man while in custody

IIO director calls for changes to the system in his report
VIDEO: B.C. man shatters Guinness record for slalom soccer dribbling

VIDEO: B.C. man shatters Guinness record for slalom soccer dribbling

Daniel Mazey celebrated his 36th birthday in unique fashion: by setting a Guinness world record.
Apple device sends out 911 alert to RCMP for non-existent crash on Mount Washington

Apple device sends out 911 alert to RCMP for non-existent crash on Mount Washington

An Apple Watch safety device glitch had first responders in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island scrambling for no reason.
While demand for physician assistants grows worldwide, B.C. uses a ‘wait and see’ approach

While demand for physician assistants grows worldwide, B.C. uses a ‘wait and see’ approach

This is the third instalment in a series of articles looking at the issue of physician assistants, and the role they could play in British Columbia. Scroll down for links to the first two articles.
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