Local News

RCMP attribute Christina Lake operation to missing person

Upper Fraser Valley RCMP are involved.

Castlegar woman seeks return of painting she gave away

$800 original donated to an ‘Under a Penny’ thrift store

Port of Prince Rupert names Shaun Stevenson as new CEO

Stevenson has worked for the port for 21 years as vice president of trade development

Rossland abandons water metering; to return to flat rate

Council balks at high cost to upgrade meter service

Unregulated private land logging continues near Nelson at Cottonwood Lake

Sunshine Logging of Kaslo is cutting on private land in the area of Giveout Creek Road

Aboriginal Day in Trail

Passion, pride and culture were on brilliant display at Gyro Park on Sunday

  • Jun 18th, 2018
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Humboldt survivors reunite ahead of NHL Awards
Justin Trudeau condemns U.S. child migrant separation policy
Trudeau won't 'play politics' on U.S. migrant children policy

Hearing on pot sales in Trail slated for June 25

B.C. local government is required to hold a public hearing prior to making a zoning change

First meeting of Columbia River Treaty talks went well, minister says

Two-day meeting in U.S. capital in May set out values and goals

Almost beach time in Trail

The city has been readying Gyro Park for summer events and beach-goers

Tell the Times – what is it?

There’s a lit job going on in the Trail Memorial Centre this week

  • Jun 14th, 2018

BC/Yukon Peony Show coming to Kootenays

The show will take place June 15-17 at the Sandman Hotel.

Signs needed to draw in Silver City sightseers

Council is working on a plan to give tourists a heads up on new attractions like the Trail museum

Tenacious Rossland seniors save historic building

Work began last week on restoring the brick facade to the old BCTel building

Introducing the Trail Sk8 Park!

The city was leaning toward “All Wheel” for a few years but went in a new/old direction instead

Trail chosen to host BC Games 40th anniversary party

“Remember. Recognize. Renew.” recognizes 40 years of excellence

Asbestos removal from old Trail landmark set to begin

Trail council awarded the first stage of Union Hotel demo this week, a $300,000 remediation contract

Updated: “Crowe as safe today as it was yesterday.”

School District 20 addresses concerns following a student posting photo with a fake gun

Music in the Park returns Thursday

For the first time, two Music in the Park nights will feature an outdoor market at the Trail venue

Salmo wildfire under control

On Monday, the fire near Archibald Creek was listed as “Under Control” on the BC Wildfire website