Danielle Clarke

Trail youth embraces cultural experience, plans for future

"My love for Canada will never change but after my year exchange, I have left my heart in several other places as well!"

Memorable year coming to an end

Danielle Clarke was a Crowe work experience student at the Times last year and is currently in Germany as a Rotary Exchange student.

New Horizons: Coming to grips with ‘culture shock’

Danielle Clarke shares her experiences in Germany as a Rotary Exchange student.

Immersing in a new culture

"First came the basics, and then came the grammar. Two and a half months into my exchange and my German has improved tremendously"

Adventure of a lifetime

Danielle Clarke was a J.L. Crowe Secondary work experience student at the Trail Daily Times who also served as a correspondent.

Tanning beds losing lustre among Greater Trail teens

Upcoming legislation will set age limits on tanning bed use

The Relay for Life opening ceremonies at Haley Field.

Relay for Life – The funds in the sun

Annual fundraiser for cancer research raises over $50,000 in 12 hours at Trail event.

The Relay for Life opening ceremonies at Haley Field.

Relay for Life on Saturday at Haley Park, Trail

Trail’s Haley Park will be the site of the 12th annual Relay for Life from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Saturday.

Students show support for teachers

Showing support for their teachers, J. Lloyd Crowe Secondary students participated in a peaceful protest Friday. March 5.

Six J. Lloyd Crowe students participating in this year’s Pink Shirt Day pose for a photo. From left

JL Crowe students join battle against bullying

J. Lloyd Crowe students will rise against their bullies this week, while taking part in the sixth annual Pink Shirt Day.

Six J. Lloyd Crowe students participating in this year’s Pink Shirt Day pose for a photo. From left

Trail Interact Club raises funds for orphanage

Members of the Trail Interact Club began the new year with a generous donation of $1,000 for Casa Hogar, a children's home in Mexico.

First place debaters Emily Dawson (left) and Jesse Bartsoff read over their material getting ready for the next debate scheduled for Trail in the new year.

Crowe debaters shine in Kelowna

Four J. Lloyd Crowe debaters traveled to the Okanagan last weekend and returned holding many of the top titles.

First place debaters Emily Dawson (left) and Jesse Bartsoff read over their material getting ready for the next debate scheduled for Trail in the new year.
Crowe students were silenced on Wednesday to raise awareness and funds for Free the Children organization.

Crowe students help break the silence

A Vow of Silence at J. Lloyd Crowe brought forth a powerful response on Wednesday.

Crowe students were silenced on Wednesday to raise awareness and funds for Free the Children organization.
Danielle Clarke photo Renee Clark

Rossland ‘rekindles the spirit’ Saturday

A day of family entertainment and Christmas cheer returns to Rossland this Saturday.

Danielle Clarke photo Renee Clark
J. Lloyd Crowe’s Amy Gourlie (left) and Jen Marrandino are among nearly 30 students participating in today’s Vow of Silence. Raising awareness for Children’s Rights. The students will give up all forms of communication for 24 hours.

JL Crowe students go silent for children’s rights

Annual Vow of Silence highlights plight of children worldwide who are frequently denied their rights.

J. Lloyd Crowe’s Amy Gourlie (left) and Jen Marrandino are among nearly 30 students participating in today’s Vow of Silence. Raising awareness for Children’s Rights. The students will give up all forms of communication for 24 hours.