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Black Jack skiers competed at the Teck Kootenay Cup in Kimberley on the weekend with great results.
OK Tire got back on track last week with a pair of decisive victories over Re/Max and AllStar in TCHL action.
Coast Capital Savings and BC Games Society team up again for 2016 BC Games
The Beaver Valley Nitehawks and Castlegar Rebels put on a show for a packed house at the Hawks Nest on Tuesday.
The Trail Times continues its recap of moments from 2015
The latest issue of Black Press’ quarterly lifestyles magazine is now available on newsstands and in coffee shops throughout the region.
Trail native Blake Sidoni netted his first hat trick as a Nitehawk to lead Beaver Valley to an important win over Fernie on Saturday.
Former Trail Smoke Eater player Tim Fragle coached Team Canada West to the World Junior A Challenge title on Saturday.
Creston RCMP trying to locate big cat and its owner
Former Trail resident Ryan Huska will go into the BC Sports Hall of Fame for his time with the 94/95 Memorial Cup winning Kamloops Blazers.
The Trail Smoke Eaters are back in the thick of a playoff hunt winning their fourth game in a row on Sunday.
Team Canada West coach Tim Fragle played with the Smoke Eaters from 1997-99
Smoke Eater reunion dinner goes at noon on Saturday at Cantons.
Rossland native Thea Culley will once again lead the Canada’s Women’s National Field Hockey team.
Re/Max moved into a tie with Allstar for second place in the Trail Commercial Hockey League on Sunday.
The Bantam Tier 2 Smoke Eaters went undefeated through the round robin, starting off with a strong win over Tri City on Friday.
Kelowna Rockets' Nick Merkley is one of 10 WHL players invited to participate in Canada’s National Junior Team Sport Chek Selection Camp
Allstar took the air out of OK Tire in Trail Commercial Hockey League action on Saturday.
Local Trail players and former Smoke Eaters led their teams to victories in NCAA Division 1 hockey on the weekend.
Seven BCHL players were among 22 Junior A players to make the grade on Tuesday on the most recent NHL Central Scouting list.