Local News

Semi-trailer accident on Highway 22

Few details as traffic reduced to one lane

Interactive map documents accidental deaths in Kootenay Boundary region

The research hopes to save lives in motor vehicle, recreational and drowning accidents

Trail police still looking for two suspected thieves

Police say the man and woman are suspects in theft and fraud in Trail and the greater area

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People with diabetes meet their alert dogs
First Nation marks 'milestone' land deal at Alberta ceremony
Refugee kids see first snowfall; gives sponsor hope

Postal strike comes to West Kootenay

Workers in Trail, Castlegar and Rossland set up picket lines

  • Oct 30, 2018

Conservatiave nomination won by four votes

Columbia Valley’s Wendy Booth loses to Morrison for Conservative nomination by four votes

Missing person found after search of Trail river banks

A person was reported missing, prompting a search of the river shore near Trail on Sunday

New Kootenay-to-Kelowna bus line ready to roll

Silver City Stagelines was approved as the new connector service effective Oct. 30

Disc golfers converge on Rossland

Kootenany Huck Fest draws dozens

  • Oct 27, 2018

Castlegar RCMP break up drug trafficking ring

Weapons and a substantial amount of drugs, including suspected fentanyl, were seized

Castlegar population projections highest in Kootenays

Castlegar area population expected to increase by 18.6 per cent

The Trail SK8 Park officially opens

City declares long-awaited facility open for use

  • Oct 26, 2018

Trail mayor reflects on ups and downs of civic life

The city’s first woman mayor, Mayor-elect Lisa Pasin will be sworn in Nov. 5

Sparks fly at Trail Sk8 Park

Construction began on the long awaited skate park in mid-July

Disc golfers converge on Rossland

Kootenany Huck Fest draws dozens

  • Oct 26, 2018

Trail police ask for help to nab two fraudsters

Police say the man and woman are suspects in theft and fraud in Trail and the greater area

West Trail water advisory rescinded

Test confirmed water safe to drink

FortisBC asks customers to reduce natural gas use

The company’s request follows the rupture of the Enbridge natural gas transmission pipeline

What’s behind the growing list of property crimes in Trail?

The East Trail Catholic school, Trail water tower & city’s parking ticket collection box are the latest

Trail man charged with break-in, theft and mischief

Robert Startup has been in court and released on conditions

Water Quality Advisory for the residents of West Trail

RCMP investigating break-in at Lower Lookout Reservoir