Guy Bertrand

Union ratifies contract with Teck Trail

USW members vote in favour of a five-year deal

Traveling mosaic paints a Canadian picture

Tim Van Horn’s eight-year journey makes another stop in Trail

Man makes it safely to shore after boat hits bridge pillar

Responders credit life-jacket for averting ragedy

Smokie Eaters goalie Linden Marshall commits to RPI

Victoria native Linden Marshall commits to play for Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute next season.

Canada 150 celebration at Beaver Creek Provincial Park

Crowd creates human Canadian flag and sings ‘Happy Birthday’ for Canada’s 150th birthday

Trail Smoke Eater selected in NHL Draft

Kale Howarth picked by Columbus Blue Jackets in fifth round

Overwhelming strike vote from Trail unions

Bargaining committee to meet with mediator at end of month

Police release details of fatal accident near Genelle

46-year-old Trail woman succumbs to injuries

Steelworkers union meeting draws big turnout

Mediation between unions and Teck at end of month

Walk to Fight Arthritis

About 100 people gathered in Trail’s Gyro Park on Sunday to raise funds for arthritis research.

Giant video screen installed in Cominco Arena

The Trail Smoke Eaters organization adds even more excitement to game nights.

Trail Stingrays gear up for meet

The Stingray’s opening meet for the season was on home turf last weekend.

Staircase closed for repairs

Stairs connecting the Cominco parking lot to Teck Trail are temporarily closed.

Trail fitness centre expansion

The Aquatic centre is adding about 1,000-square feet of space, work is now underway.

BV Lions support regional hospital

The Beaver Valley Lions Club donates $5,000 to KBRH campaigns.

Warfield crews deal with sinkhole in Annable

Warfield is hoping it solved the issue of a sinkhole that suddenly appeared Monday morning.

Washing Victoria Street before Victoria Day

Emcon workers are on the Victoria St. Bridge this week washing away the sand and gravel.

Kelowna mayor warns of major flooding

Kelowna mayor warns of flooding

Trail Legion supports KBRH campaign

The Trail Legion donates $2,500 to Endoscopy Campaign at KBRH

Concrete cut

Work continues in the Trail Smoke Eaters training rooms.