Sheri Regnier

Wall mural coming to Trail Riverfront Centre

Columbia Basin Trust is providing over $244,000 to 13 public art projects in 11 communities

First responder vehicles scrapped after acid spills in Trail

The City of Trail is using GPS to check its fleet; no infrastructure concerns have arisen

Meth, cocaine and heroin seized in Trail drug bust

A joint investigation team executed a search warrant in Trail on Aug. 9

Quick response quells Rossland Avenue fire

Fire, three alarms, a rescue boat deployed and a semi-trailer rollover all in one weekend for KBRFR

EpiPen shortage now a local concern

Health Canada issued a warning July 30 that the EpiPen shortage could drag into next year

Wildfires prompt RDKB evacuation alerts

The regional district issued the alert to all properties within the Big Sheep Creek drainage area

No sulphuric acid leak from semi rollover near Rossland

The 9-1-1 came into Kootenay Boundary Regional Fire Rescue on Aug. 11 at 9:30 a.m.

Semi hauling sulphuric acid in accident near Rossland

IRM says no acid has been released in the accident which occurred on Highway 22

Update: Storm watch ended for West Kootenay

Environment Canada issued the advisory just before 10 a.m. August 11

Rossland, Trail benefit from $1.6-million retro-fit program

Affordable housing and energy conservation are on Columbia Basin Trust’s list of strategic priorities

Trust funding for youth, homeless programs in Trail

Columbia Basin Trust announced 17 recipients in the latest cycle of its Social Grants Program

BC Day weekend patrols

The month of August is generally the most active part of B.C.’s wildfire season

New contract, higher standards for Kootenay Boundary highways

The ministry confirmed YRB Kootenay as the new contractor for Service Area 9 effective Oct. 1

Music and market coming up in Trail

Thursday night brings blues and rock to Gyro Park; Aug. 8 outdoor market on Trail Esplanade

Claims skyrocket after acid spill in Trail

The May 23 spill was the second accidental sulphuric acid “release” on the highway this year

Air quality advisory for Trail and Greater Area

Environment Canada issued a special bulletin about smoky conditions early Wednesday

Climbing death near Trail hospital under investigation

No details are being released by the coroner other than the deceased is a male in his 30s

New kidney, new life for Trail man

Dan Ervin got a new kidney Feb. 14 after his first chance for a transplant fell through last year

Kootenay Boundary rescue pulls swimmer from river

Fire Chief Dan Derby says the boat was deployed three times for river rescue near Trail

Helitankers used to douse Trail wildfire

Regional firefighters from Warfield, Trail, Montrose and Genelle stayed on scene until 9:30 p.m.