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Molti melons

Backyard gardens in Trail are flourishing during B.C.’s intense summer

Protect your eyes during Monday eclipse in Trail

Eclipse begins Monday morning in Trail; Dr. Geeraert offers eye safety advice

Last chance to nominate your favourite local business

Award nominations for Trail and Greater Area businesses closes Aug. 21

Beaver Valley Lions award scholarships

Scholarships for the upcoming year awarded to two students

CannaFest 2017 takes the stage

Over 8000 people turned up for the three-day event

New signs for Rossland’s oldest cemetery

The signage at Rossland’s oldest cemetery was recently updated.

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Team Island Quad comes to White Rock

     

    Five years of 4x4s

       

      Drumming their way to world-record fame for Canada 150

         

        CANADA 150: What makes you proud

           

          B.C. girl’s lemonade stand raises hundreds for wildfire victims

          Hayden Rodgers, 6, fundraises for those affected by the fire and Surrey Memorial Hospital

          Hangin’ around

          City of Trail summer camps have 50 kids enrolled for this week’s science theme

          Greater Trail hospice seeks volunteers

          Training sessions are slated over two weekends in September

          Smoky hot summer delays Trail fun run until Sept. 23

          United Way Trail and District directs STS proceeds into 15 Trail and Greater Area community causes

          Ride to Survive

          Jacob Kooman of Trail rode across Canada raising funds for cancer

          • Aug 15th, 2017

          Legion ride for Veterans

          Riders gathered at the Trail Legion on Sunday

          Trust will provide $900,000 through its new Energy Retrofit Program

          Columbia Basin Trust provides $900,000 this year through its new Energy Retrofit Program

          • Aug 11th, 2017

          City postpones Whispers of Hope closure

          The organizations will vacate the riverfront property within six months.

          Red hot puzzle

          Smoky skies prompt indoor fun at the Trail and District Public Library

          Perseids meteor shower peaks this weekend

          Smoke might interfere with viewing, but the show goes on regardless

          Why kids need element of risk, fear and excitement in play

          Research shows pushing boundaries promotes physical and social skills

          • Aug 10th, 2017

          Tour showcases local artists and cultural sites

          The 9th annual Columbia Basin Culture Tour goes this weekend in Trail and Greater Area

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          Put the ‘Treat’ in treatment with BC Children’s Hospital fundraiser

          Enjoy a Blizzard and help the kids during Dairy Queen’s Miracle Treat Day this Thursday, Aug. 10

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          Slicing through City Bakery history

          Looking back 120 years into Trail history, told from those who lived it and baked it