Sheri Regnier

Protecting and preserving Trail history

City of Trail curator reacts to devastating museum fire in Brazil

Man found dead by Castlegar train tracks

Castlegar RCMP reported the fatality in a Sept. 4 news release

Overhead power lines; Here to stay on Trail riverfront?

Moving power lines under ground, a costly endeavour says FortisBC

Little rain, lots of smoke in August

SEFC: Interestingly, August 1967 is still in the record books as the hottest and driest eighth month

City of Trail kicks off Pride Week

Fundraising is underway for a Trail Pride Crosswalk to be installed by the Riverfront Centre

Expect smoke from wildfire burning near Castlegar

BC Wildfire Service advises of a planned burn on Bulldog Mountain wildfire, 30 km west of Castlegar

ICBC: Last long weekend of summer brings deadly crashes

An average 81 people are injured in 330 crashes every Labour day long weekend in southern interior

Nomination period for B.C. civic election opens Tuesday

General Voting Day for local government and school trustees is scheduled for Oct. 20

Music in the Park finale Thursday night

Music in the Park closes for the season Thursday; Trail Pride Event on Friday

Evacuation alert rescinded for Santa Rosa wildfire

Evacuation alert rescinded for 33 RDKB properties located near the Santa Rosa fire

Charm of Trail riverfront eclipsed by power lines

The poles and infrastructure are owned by Fortis, the city confirmed

China Creek fire under control

On Aug. 27, the RDKB advised the China Creek fire is “no longer a concern”

‘Trailblazers’ coming to Riverfront Centre

Since opening four months ago, 32,000+ people have been to the Trail Riverfront Centre

What referendum means for Trail, Rossland and Warfield voters

Sewer service owned by 3 municipalities; two referendum questions for Rossland, Trail and Warfield

Expanded MyHealthPortal available in Kootenays

Blood work, imaging and now certain doctor reports can be viewed on MyHealthPortal

B.C. in drought; reminder of Greater Trail water restrictions

Greater Trail municipalities have water restrictions written into bylaw, which can be viewed online

Fixes underway at Trail aquatic centre

Trail council re-allocated $145,000 of capital funding to finish chlorine system upgrades

$19-million reno ready to break ground at KBRH

At $2.45-million over budget, West Kootenay-Boundary taxpayers will pay another (near) $1 million

Jazz singer at Gyro Park

Events and happenings in Trail for the week of Aug. 23 to Aug. 30

Referendum for Trail, Rossland and Warfield

Voters in the three municipalities will be asked a referendum question in the October civic election