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A $50,000 grant will allow the City of Trail to review and plan for the future upkeep of its infrastructure. Times file photo

Trail awarded grant to help plan for future

Funds to help crete an Asset Management Strategy

A $50,000 grant will allow the City of Trail to review and plan for the future upkeep of its infrastructure. Times file photo
Firefighters quickly extinguished a burning vehicle on Sunday near Genelle.

Highway 22 vehicle fire quickly extinguished

No injuries from Sunday afternoon fire

Firefighters quickly extinguished a burning vehicle on Sunday near Genelle.
Pushing the Envelope ride underway for Trail man

Pushing the Envelope ride underway for Trail man

Overcoming tire challenges, Cunningham rides into Idaho

Pushing the Envelope ride underway for Trail man
The calendar turned to August on Wednesday so that means … hockey season? Cominco Arena staff Mike Bonacci and Jen Daoust were busy whitewashing the surface in the initial steps of building the ice up at the arena. The first on-ice session happens Aug. 11 with the start of the Champions Hockey School.                                Guy Bertrand photo

The coolest place in Trail

It’s August and that means ice installation begins at the Cominco Arena

The calendar turned to August on Wednesday so that means … hockey season? Cominco Arena staff Mike Bonacci and Jen Daoust were busy whitewashing the surface in the initial steps of building the ice up at the arena. The first on-ice session happens Aug. 11 with the start of the Champions Hockey School.                                Guy Bertrand photo
Kayaker Sheila Herrington took her maltese-cross, Bentley, for a paddle on the Pend d’Oreille River on Saturday. (Jim Bailey photo)

Dog paddle

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Kayaker Sheila Herrington took her maltese-cross, Bentley, for a paddle on the Pend d’Oreille River on Saturday. (Jim Bailey photo)
Zimbabwe democracy a tenuous thread

Zimbabwe democracy a tenuous thread

Dyer writes, ”Many people are still afraid to reveal their true voting intentions …”

Zimbabwe democracy a tenuous thread
Lynn Valley’s Armaan Drar drives the ball up the middle to start a sixth inning rally as the District 5 team defeated Beacon Hill 9-2 on Monday.

Lynn Valley undefeated at BC Little League provincials

Lynn Valley cruised to a 9-2 win over Beacon Hill on Monday and a 3-0 record

Lynn Valley’s Armaan Drar drives the ball up the middle to start a sixth inning rally as the District 5 team defeated Beacon Hill 9-2 on Monday.
Kootenay Boundary Fire Rescue responded to a fire alarm around noon Friday in the 1100 block on Cedar Ave. in downtown Trail. Guy Bertrand photo

Fire department responds to alarm in downtown Trail

Two trucks, firefighters on scene on Cedar Ave.

Kootenay Boundary Fire Rescue responded to a fire alarm around noon Friday in the 1100 block on Cedar Ave. in downtown Trail. Guy Bertrand photo
Firefighters from Fruitvale and Trail responded to a vehicle fire near Fruitvale just after midnight Friday morning. Trail Times file photo

Firefighters snuff out another vehicle fire near Fruitvale

Quick action Friday morning prevents fire from spreading to trees and grass

Firefighters from Fruitvale and Trail responded to a vehicle fire near Fruitvale just after midnight Friday morning. Trail Times file photo
Ryan Cunningham celebrates completing a ride from Castlegar to Creston and back over two mountain passes. It’s just part of his arduous training for a bike trek to Arizona in August to raise money for Craig Cunningham’s All Heart Foundation.  Submitted photos

Brother’s determination pushes Ryan Cunningham to cycle 2,500 km for heart care

#Cunnycan: Ryan Cunningham ‘pushing the envelope’ to support brother Craig’s foundation

Ryan Cunningham celebrates completing a ride from Castlegar to Creston and back over two mountain passes. It’s just part of his arduous training for a bike trek to Arizona in August to raise money for Craig Cunningham’s All Heart Foundation.  Submitted photos
Ryan Cunningham celebrates completing a ride from Castlegar to Creston and back over two mountain passes. It’s just part of his arduous training for a bike trek to Arizona in August to raise money for Craig Cunningham’s All Heart Foundation. Submitted photos

A brother’s determination pushes B.C. cyclist to ride 2,500 km for heart care

#Cunnycan: Ryan Cunningham ‘pushing the envelope’ to support brother Craig’s foundation

Ryan Cunningham celebrates completing a ride from Castlegar to Creston and back over two mountain passes. It’s just part of his arduous training for a bike trek to Arizona in August to raise money for Craig Cunningham’s All Heart Foundation. Submitted photos
Trail Times file photo

Trail Orioles come close in Calgary tournament

The tournament came down to a single run in the bottom of the seventh

Trail Times file photo
Top row, from the left: DJ Ashman (coach), Willem Terwoord, Ryen Batchelor, Mike Boisvert (coach), Cody Wert, Hayden White, Calvin Morrison, Brady Augustin, Nathan Simm, Darrell Boisvert (coach). Front row, from the left; Trevor Knight, Max Leonard, Ewan Brown, Owen Dixon, Jeff Hanham, Landan Uzeloc.

Trail All Stars riding tourney win into Little League provincials

The Trail All Stars are heading into the provincial championships on a winning note

Top row, from the left: DJ Ashman (coach), Willem Terwoord, Ryen Batchelor, Mike Boisvert (coach), Cody Wert, Hayden White, Calvin Morrison, Brady Augustin, Nathan Simm, Darrell Boisvert (coach). Front row, from the left; Trevor Knight, Max Leonard, Ewan Brown, Owen Dixon, Jeff Hanham, Landan Uzeloc.
Police and first responders are on scene at the bluffs near the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital.                                Guy Bertrand photo

Trail police and rescue teams remain at scene of climbing accident

Trail RCMP Cpl. Devon Reid says rocks too unstable for rescuers and police to go in

Police and first responders are on scene at the bluffs near the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital.                                Guy Bertrand photo
Keith Miles snapped this picture of a summer sign as an American goldfinch stopped by his Trail yard for a quick drink. According to allaboutbirds.org, the brightening yellow of male goldfinches each spring is one welcome mark of approaching warm months. If you have a recent photo you would like to share with our readers email it to editor@trailtimes.ca.

What you see …

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Keith Miles snapped this picture of a summer sign as an American goldfinch stopped by his Trail yard for a quick drink. According to allaboutbirds.org, the brightening yellow of male goldfinches each spring is one welcome mark of approaching warm months. If you have a recent photo you would like to share with our readers email it to editor@trailtimes.ca.
Andrew Thompson

Selkirk College Saints load up on leadership

The Selkirk College Saints added two more pieces in their quest for another BCIHL title

Andrew Thompson
Bob, the seven-year-old miniature American husky Eskimo-pomeranian cross, may look imposing from this camera angle but he actually stands roughly a foot tall and weighs around 20 pounds. Jan Baker, who recently relocated to Trail from Revelstoke, was out for a Wednesday morning stroll with Bob on the Columbia River Skywalk.

Trail Skywalk paws-itively fun

Bob the dog looks like a giant on the Columbia River Skywalk, but looks are deceiving

Bob, the seven-year-old miniature American husky Eskimo-pomeranian cross, may look imposing from this camera angle but he actually stands roughly a foot tall and weighs around 20 pounds. Jan Baker, who recently relocated to Trail from Revelstoke, was out for a Wednesday morning stroll with Bob on the Columbia River Skywalk.
River Meeder, 5, of Calgary joined in on the fun while was visiting family in Trail.

Canada Day in Trail

Large crowd celebrates Canada’s 151st birthday at Beaver Creek Park

River Meeder, 5, of Calgary joined in on the fun while was visiting family in Trail.
The recent weather patterns that have swept through Trail provided some spectacular photo opportunities. Roger Prior shared this photo (right) from early Monday morning in Waneta as a thunderstorm rolled into Trail along with an ensuing downpour. Bruce Taylor, also in Waneta, captured this photo (left) of rainbows on the heels of Monday night’s storm. If you have a photo you would like to share with our readers email it to editor@trailtimes.ca.

What you see …

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The recent weather patterns that have swept through Trail provided some spectacular photo opportunities. Roger Prior shared this photo (right) from early Monday morning in Waneta as a thunderstorm rolled into Trail along with an ensuing downpour. Bruce Taylor, also in Waneta, captured this photo (left) of rainbows on the heels of Monday night’s storm. If you have a photo you would like to share with our readers email it to editor@trailtimes.ca.
Balancing immediate migrant concerns with long-term perspective

Balancing immediate migrant concerns with long-term perspective

European leaders struggling with issue

Balancing immediate migrant concerns with long-term perspective