Sheri Regnier

Greater Trail police officer involved in Highway 3B crash

The accident happened Wednesday night at the Waneta Plaza lights

Council seeks lower speed through Trail

The topic of speed through Trail came up during RCMP Sgt. Darren Oelke’s visit to council

No dedicated parking for the Riverfront Centre

Trail council opted to retain long term parking in the lot across the street from the new complex

Facelift for Lower Sunningdale Park

The city received a $32,500 recreation grant from Columbia Basin Trust for respective work

Push for new elementary school in Glenmerry

Interim fixes not enough, says Glenmerry Parents’ Advisory Council

Montrose water advisory begins Tuesday

Repairs are being made to the village’s upper water reservoir

Updated: Kootenay communities benefit from gas tax dollars

The project is one of 112 approved in B.C. communities this year

Moving day nears for Trail BC SPCA

If there are no weather delays, the regional shelter is set to relocate to Castlegar in May

Scarlet Sway named one of 10 finalists

This year’s CBC Searchlight winner will be announced March 19

Last call for Trail ‘Picasso’

The 1974-replica of a Picasso sculpture has always been a divisive piece in Trail

Recreation talk surfaces in Rossland

Partial collapse of city hall’s roof has put a damper on things, including the topic of recreation

Things to do in Trail this weekend

Saturday in the Silver City; Soup, Silk & Steel and Symphonic

Creating with clay

The Trail Potters Club studio is located in the Trail campus of Selkirk College

Early winter impacts 2017 passenger count at YZZ

From January to October passenger counts climbed at least six per cent monthly

Age-friendly planning begins in Trail and Montrose

Rossland, Trail and Montrose received a $25,000 grant to develop an age-friendly action plan

Fake U.S. cash floating around Trail

Trail police also looking for information on four recovered tablets

Lower Columbia snowpack deepest in B.C.

The highest percentage B.C. snowpack for March 1 is the Lower Columbia (at) 134 per cent

Heavy snowfall forecast for West Kootenay highways

Environment Canada issued alert Friday afternoon, up to 30 cm snow callled for

Tell the Times

The real season has arrived for the Trail Smoke Eaters as they…

Daisies help Trail man grant wife’s last wish

Proceeds from the daisy fundraiser will go to KBRH’s oncology unit, as a thank you from Kim Page