Breanne Massey

High school debater cracks top-15 in Canada

Jesse Bartsoff, 16, recently placed 14 out of 56 students at the Sr. Canadian National Debate Seminar held in Toronto on Oct. 11-14.

Judges’ put local wines to the taste test

Vickie Fitzpatrick and Alita Parisotto judged more than 2 dozen wines at the Columbus Day Banquet and Wine Competition in Trail on Saturday.

Trail tastings stand out, according two judges

Vickie Fitzpatrick and Alita Parisotto judged more than two-dozen wines at the Columbus Day Banquet and Wine Competition on Saturday

Trail teen can talk

Trail teen Jesse Bartsoff recently placed 14 out of 56 at the Sr. Canadian National Debate Seminar held in Toronto.

Trail’s outdoor market ready to make move inside

After a summer filled with busy market days on the Esplanade, the Trail District and Chamber of Commerce is expanding its reach.

Band program marches on

The Trail Alliance Church is making some beautiful noise.

Montrose – Residents growling over bear problems

5 Montrose men attended a regular village council meeting Monday night to express their concerns regarding the number of bears in Montrose.

Storm strikes region

A thunderstorm early Tuesday morning left many residents in Greater Trail and some of its surrounding communities in the dark.

Colombo calling on local winemakers for competition

The Cristoforo Colombo Lodge is hosting a Columbus Day Banquet and Wine Competition for amateur vintners to strut their stuff.

Taekwondo championships lured athletes province-wide to Trail

Silver City competitors drew a crowd for the Trail Taekwan-do Championships in the Cominco Arena Gymnasium Saturday

District meeting will discuss French immersion’s future

12 year old Chloe Sirges attends french immersion school in at Twin Rivers Elementary Castlegar and loves the experience.

Van a big part of helping those with mobility issues

All the Way Home program seeking Greater Trail donations to help cover van costs

Library month in BC –

October has been dubbed library month in order to raise public awareness about the role libraries play in the lives of Canadians.

Warm, dry weather wraps up summer

A summer that began with the wettest month on record, came to an end with warm and dry temperatures.

Montrose gravel grade a concern for resident

The need to lower the grade of a gravel alley behind a Montrose property caused one resident to voice her concerns publicly.

Reel adventure awaits in youth film camp

Young film makers in Greater Trail are invited to participate in an upcoming digital film workshop

Trail volunteers help reclaim Columbia’s shoreline

Greater Trail residents scoured the Columbia River shoreline for trash for 2012's Rivers Day.

A river runs through it: reclaiming the natural Columbia on Rivers Day

The environmentally-geared event attracted more than 150 participants focused on removing litter from the shoreline of the Columbia River

Grapes abound in the Gulch

Wait no longer; Pasquale Amantea of Star Grocery says the grapes are in.

Clean-up crews tackle Columbia River

Trail's annual Rivers Day clean-up gears up for the shoreline initiative on Sunday.