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Theft of ATV a blow to rural B.C. lifestyle

By Wednesday, neither machine had been located, confirmed Greater Trail police.

Unions file strike notice against CP Rail

Negotiations to continue up till late Friday deadline.

No timeline for re-opening Hwy 33

BC transportation ministry works to repair Joe Rich road damage

YZZ landscaping set to begin

Council awarded the landscaping/streetscaping project to Sierra Landscaping

Polishing up Silver City Days

Final midway and food fair layout plans in downtown Trail still being determined

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NDP gives Liberal budget 'failing grade' on gender equality
$33 million in unpaid bridge tolls, 7 months into free crossings
'We're a resilient bunch': Saskatchewan premier on bus crash

Couple caught in Kootenay Pass avalanche

Rossland man recounts close call on Sunday afternoon on the Kootenay Pass

Standby at Trail Creek

RDKB prepares for 2018 freshet – asks residents to do the same

  • Apr 16th, 2018

BC SPCA seeks cruelty charge after seizing 45 filthy dogs

Dogs found in Victoria-area home; matted with urine and feces

Semi accident closed Paulson Bridge

Castlegar RCMP responded to an overturned semi-trailer truck just off the Paulson Bridge on Monday.

Snowfall warning for Kootenay passes

Environment Canada forecasts up to 25 cm of snowfall for the Paulson and Kootenay passes

Some movement towards improving Trail bus exchange

Public transit is a regional service; the city wrote to the RDKB in November 2016

School District 8 hopes to sell off properties

Ten properties, which include the sites of former schools, are on the cutting block

Couple charged in Fruitvale incident plead not guilty

A couple charged in an incident that started in Fruitvale on Tuesday, April 3 pleaded not guilty.

Jaws used in two Trail car accidents

Regional firefighters responded to two separate vehicle incidents on Wednesday

Nelson suspends cannabis dispensary’s licence

MMJ Canada’s Vernon Street location has been closed since five employees were arrested last month

Fording River victim identified

Teck Resources identifies Fording River Operations victim as Albertan man, Pat Dwyer.

Kootenay West MLA weighs in on Kinder Morgan dispute

Lost jobs, environmental issues top concerns heard by New Democrat MLA Katrine Conroy

Trail tackles retail pot sales

Council began the process to amend certain commerical zoning bylaws to permit NMC retail sales

Neighbours oppose short-term rental in Rossland subdivision

Rossland city council heard from concerned neighbours in the Iron Colt subdivision.