Breanne Massey

Canada Day party planned for Beaver Creek

The Canada Day celebration will be marked on Sunday by the annual event hosted by the Trail Kiwanis Club at Beaver Creek Park.

Trail native bringing St. Albert Community Band to his hometown

There will be a special edition of Music in the Park on July 3 when the St. Albert Community Band brings its sweet sounds to Gyro Park.

Jobs scarce for students

The recent cancellation of the federal Hire-a-Student program could leave employment seeking Trail students disappointed.

Sentence handed down on Internet-luring case

A Greater Trail teen has been sentenced to 2 years of treatment programs for using social media to lure children into sexual acts.

Prestigious award for Rossland Secondary grad

Rossland native Julie Nutini was presented with the 2012 Governor General’s Gold Medal.

Montrose bestows award on longtime resident Walter Crockett

Longtime resident Walter Crockett has been awarded Montrose's Citizen of the Year.

Local singers vying for Kootenay title

Colin Lindren and Katie Loughlin recently advanced from the Trail’s Best Singer to the Kootenays Best Singer in Cranbrook this weekend.

The River Reconnect mural on the Trail Memorial Centre shines in the night thanks to the lights that were officially turned on on Friday

New lights brighten up Trail river mural

A six-year effort culminated on Friday when new energy-efficient lights were officially activated to illuminate the River Reconnect mural.

The River Reconnect mural on the Trail Memorial Centre shines in the night thanks to the lights that were officially turned on on Friday
Jen Savage (left) and Tina Ihas enjoyed the sun while selling hand-made accessories at the season-opening Esplanade Market last Friday in downtown Trail.

Sun shines on inaugural Trail Farmer’s Market

After weeks of cold, drizzly rain the sun broke through the clouds and shone some light on the first Esplanade Market on Friday.

Jen Savage (left) and Tina Ihas enjoyed the sun while selling hand-made accessories at the season-opening Esplanade Market last Friday in downtown Trail.

Motorcycle Show and Shine supports Greater Trail charities

This Saturday's Show and Shine is geared to help out two local charities - Rotoplast and Greater Trail Hospice Society.

Valedictorian Erik Bullanoff addressed the crowd of family

Ceremonial salute for J.L. Crowe graduates

The ceremony at Cominco Arena engaged a crowd of roughly 1,000 people with cheeky anecdotes, inside jokes and future dreams.

Valedictorian Erik Bullanoff addressed the crowd of family

City of Trail offers to fund half of skate park project

On Monday night, Trail committed to funding one half of the estimated $550,000 cost for the proposed skate park.

Warfield – Diamond celebration for ‘Jewel of the Kootenays’

This weekend the Village of Warfield is celebrating its diamond jubilee and everyone is invited.

(From left to right) Dean Scott

Art eases effects of life-altering injury

Storefront in Waneta Plaza opens Friday to showcase efforts of West Kootenay Brain Injury Association

(From left to right) Dean Scott

Greater Trail grandmothers raising funds for African kids

Neighborhood Grans to Grans is raising money for African children who lost their parents from HIV/AIDS.

Biz Buzz – Golf course expertise brought to your lawn

Jeff Papilion has brought his 20 years experience with managing golf courses to Greater Trail lawn care.

Music in the Park returns Thursday at Gyro

The Trail Maple Leaf Band is scheduled to open the Kootenay Savings Music in the Park series this Thursday night.

Ryan Macklon extracts a soil sample he’ll use in the free lawn assessments provided by local water ambassadors.

Trail taps into water conservation

A group of water ambassadors are encouraging residents to use water more efficiently this season.

Ryan Macklon extracts a soil sample he’ll use in the free lawn assessments provided by local water ambassadors.

TCARE bridges gap

TCARE program to help Trail and Castlegar people suffering from chronic illness

Montrose dogs not deemed dangerous by SPCA

Two Montrose dogs that were believed to be dangerous are not, according to an SPCA spokesperson.