Local News

Roundtable slated for Trail Riverfront Centre

Explore B.C.’s heritage in the context of culture and community in Trail on Oct. 12

Trail acid spill claims reach 2,500

The first sulphuric acid spill was the morning of April 10, the second was the evening of May 23

Break-in, theft and vandalism at Royal Theatre

“The show must go on,” says Lisa Milne following a crime at her downtown Trail theatre

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Campfire ban remains for most of Southeast Fire District

BC Wildfire Service lifts campfire ban in some regions after rain and cooler temperatures

Game time in Trail

The puck drops Friday night at 7 p.m. in the Trail Memorial Centre

Campfire ban remains in place for West Kootenay

No change to order as conditions remain very dry in region

New B.C. party looks to represent rural voters in next election

Houston councillor Jonathan Van Barneveld says party will be a ‘relentless voice’ for rural towns

West Kootenay CO says people still lighting fires

The West Kootenay region is tinder dry, had only 9 per cent of normal rainfall in August

Castlegar police looking for witnesses to alleged sexual assault

The alleged incident took place Thursday on a BC Transit bus

Information on Sulphuric Acid Spills in Trail

On Sept. 6, Teck and IRM released information on the April 10 and May 23 spills

While fires burn, local crews work to protect homes and cottages

RDCK special unit tries to make houses FireSmart

Teck Trail shutdown a boon for local business

Teck: Multiple local contracting companies will be engaged throughout the project

New teachers, new buses for Kootenay-Columbia

Superintendent Bill Ford says most of the hires were from WKTEP, a West Kootenay teacher’s program

Protecting and preserving Trail history

City of Trail curator reacts to devastating museum fire in Brazil

Little rain, lots of smoke in August

SEFC: Interestingly, August 1967 is still in the record books as the hottest and driest eighth month

Photo of BC Wildfire Service unit gets thousands of reactions on Facebook

The BC Wildfire Service’s Stormriders have been battling the Shovel Lake wildfire

Man found dead by Castlegar train tracks

Castlegar RCMP reported the fatality in a Sept. 4 news release

Overhead power lines; Here to stay on Trail riverfront?

Moving power lines under ground, a costly endeavour says FortisBC

New digs in East Trail

Work on the Trail Sk8Park, located near Gyro Park, is rolling along

  • Sep 3rd, 2018