Breanne Massey

Conservation officers forced to destroy bears in Trail

Two black bears found prowling last week in West Trail were destroyed Sunday afternoon.

Cannon Neil Elliot

Annual Trail pet blessing welcomes all creatures

The annual blessing of the pets ceremony in Trail is being held in the St. Andrews Anglican Church at 4 p.m. on Sunday.

Cannon Neil Elliot

Trail videographer launches award-winning ski film

Andre Nutini’s freestyle skiing video ‘Hurt So Good’on iTunes

Fire ban extended

Trail's dry weather has extended an open fire prohibition for another three weeks.

Jazz performance in Rossland

A Rossland-based band puts a twist on classical music by adding a vocal etude.

Aquatic Centre upgrade delayed by delivery

Completion of the multi-million dollar upgrades on Trail’s aquatic centre have been delayed.

Carrie Farnum revels in the joys of self-employment. Her and husband Patrick gave their Fruitvale salon a makeover earlier this year.

Fruitvale salon gets new look from new owners

Mystic Beauty Salon has a renovated storefront while still delivering the same quality of service.

Carrie Farnum revels in the joys of self-employment. Her and husband Patrick gave their Fruitvale salon a makeover earlier this year.

Skool-Aid helping more families this year

The number of families plagued by the growing cost of education in Greater Trail is on the rise.

New contests highlight annual United Way Day

The fourth annual United Way Day in the Park returns to Gyro Park this weekend.

Movie night set new mark for Food Bank

The fifth annual family movie night in Haley Park earned over 1,600lbs of food for the Salvation Army Food Bank in Trail.

Old tires can still have a new life

Ok Tire is hold a tire roundup Saturday, Sept 15 for BC's Tire Stewardship program.

Family-friendly branding pitched in Fruitvale

At Fruitvale council spokesperson Fiona Mooney presented council with information about branding the area as “family-friendly.”

Timothy Schafer photos Actors go through a dress rehearsal for tonight’s performance of the Electro Social Club at the Arlington Bar and Grill. The live theatre features familiar bar characters and scenarios. The show will also be in Rossland Friday at the Flying Steam Shovel.

Art imitates life in the Electro Social Club

The Arlington's new Electro Social Club features live improv theatre, dance music, video, choreographed dance and musical performances.

Timothy Schafer photos Actors go through a dress rehearsal for tonight’s performance of the Electro Social Club at the Arlington Bar and Grill. The live theatre features familiar bar characters and scenarios. The show will also be in Rossland Friday at the Flying Steam Shovel.

Dangerous trees coming down in Fruitvale

Two tall cottonwood trees behind the Fruitvale Cemetery have been deemed dangerous by WorkSafe B.C.

Invasive plants posing a problem in Fruitvale

Central Kootenay Invasive Plant Committee’s Jennifer Vogel gave a presentation to advise council of invasive plant species within the area.

(From the left) Liz Johnston has taken over the co-ordinator’s role from Morgan-River Jones at the Columbia Youth Community Development Centre.

New YCDC co-ordinator eager to engage youth

New coordinator Liz Johnston has beguan preparing special programming for youth at the Columbia Youth Community Development Centre.

(From the left) Liz Johnston has taken over the co-ordinator’s role from Morgan-River Jones at the Columbia Youth Community Development Centre.

Piazza Day this Saturday

The Sisters of Colombo and the Men’s Lodge are hosting the third annual Colombo Piazza Day this Saturday.

Flood dampens church’s coffers, food bank

Flooding in Trail United Church’s basement Wednesday night, casts doubt on how one of the city’s Food Banks will be able to continue

The annual West Kootenay Toy Run will be celebrating its 25th anniversary this Sunday. The ride

West Kootenay Toy Run rides into 25th year

The West Kootenay Toy Run returns to the Silver City this Sunday for its 25th anniversary fundraiser.

The annual West Kootenay Toy Run will be celebrating its 25th anniversary this Sunday. The ride

Montrose – Well drilling delayed again

A month-long project to drill a new well in Montrose has been delayed.