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RCMP officers respond to sudden death in downtown Trail early Wednesday, Oct. 12. (File photo)

Man accused of impersonating doctor in Trail dies a week later by electrocution

Trail RCMP believe the man was electrocuted while attempting to climb down a power pole

RCMP officers respond to sudden death in downtown Trail early Wednesday, Oct. 12. (File photo)
Results from assay samples show gold grains ranging from 1 to 3 mm on MN 22-02 and MN22-05. Photo: WHY Resources

WHY strikes gold at Midnight claim near Rossland

Assays reveal signigicant gold finds in several drill core samples in historic Midnight Gold claim

Results from assay samples show gold grains ranging from 1 to 3 mm on MN 22-02 and MN22-05. Photo: WHY Resources
Beaver Valley beat Kamloops and 100 Mile House before falling to Chase Heat in a shootout on its Okanagan road trip on the weekend. Photo: Jim Bailey

Beaver Valley Nitehawks pick up 5-of-6 points on road

B.V. Nitehawks beat the Storm and Wranglers, fall in shootout to Heat in 3-game weekend

Beaver Valley beat Kamloops and 100 Mile House before falling to Chase Heat in a shootout on its Okanagan road trip on the weekend. Photo: Jim Bailey
Hil-Tech Contracting shared its concerns over Rossland council bid rejection.

Construction company responds to Rossland council rejecting bids

“We take pride in the services we offer and in being honest and fair to all our clients.”

Hil-Tech Contracting shared its concerns over Rossland council bid rejection.
Smoke Eater goalie Cole Tisdale makes one of 46 saves in a 7-5 win over Wenatchee Wild Friday at Trail Memorial Centre. Photos: Jim Bailey

Trail Smoke Eaters bounce back with dramatic wins over Wild and Warriors

Smoke Eaters forward Quinn Disher scores OT buzzer-beater for wild win over West Kelowna Warriors

Smoke Eater goalie Cole Tisdale makes one of 46 saves in a 7-5 win over Wenatchee Wild Friday at Trail Memorial Centre. Photos: Jim Bailey
In a lead up to election day, Rossland candidates gathered at the All Candidates Forum on Wednesday to respond to the community’s questions and concerns. From left: Eliza Boyce, Paul Evans, Craig Humpherys, Maya Provencal, Richard Kemick, Kim LaFond, Andy Morel, Lisa Kwiatkowski, Stewart Spooner, Sam Troy, Brian Pistak, and Jeff Weaver. (Missing Tim Thatcher)

Candidates step up at Rossland forum

More than 250 residents attended the forum, where candidates answered tough questions from community

In a lead up to election day, Rossland candidates gathered at the All Candidates Forum on Wednesday to respond to the community’s questions and concerns. From left: Eliza Boyce, Paul Evans, Craig Humpherys, Maya Provencal, Richard Kemick, Kim LaFond, Andy Morel, Lisa Kwiatkowski, Stewart Spooner, Sam Troy, Brian Pistak, and Jeff Weaver. (Missing Tim Thatcher)
The Wenatchee Wild return to Trail for a tilt against the Smoke Eaters on Friday at 7 p.m. Photo: Jim Bailey

Key Interior match ups for Smoke Eaters this weekend

Trail Smoke Eaters face off against Interior rivals Wenatchee and West Kelowna Friday and Saturday

The Wenatchee Wild return to Trail for a tilt against the Smoke Eaters on Friday at 7 p.m. Photo: Jim Bailey
Photo: Jim Bailey

Welcome home Trail Smoke Eaters!

Upwards of 1,800 fans packed the Trail Memorial Centre Friday night

Photo: Jim Bailey
KidSport Greater Trail funded its 500th young athlete this year, accessing more than $100K in grants that help families with barriers participate in organized sport. Photo: Jim Bailey

KidSport Greater Trail reaches milestone

Trail chapter celebrates KidSportBC Week, helps 500th child access organized sport

KidSport Greater Trail funded its 500th young athlete this year, accessing more than $100K in grants that help families with barriers participate in organized sport. Photo: Jim Bailey
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Kimberley Dynamiters hold off B.V. Nitehawks comeback

After good start, Nitehawks drop two close games to Kimberley Dynamiters and Castlegar Rebels

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Trail product Judah Makway earned Energy Player of the Game on Friday in a 3-1 Smoke Eaters loss to the Cranbrook Bucks. Photo: Jim Bailey

Cranbrook Bucks spoil Smoke Eaters home opener

Trail Smoke Eaters lose both ends of home and home to Kootenay rival Cranbrook Bucks

Trail product Judah Makway earned Energy Player of the Game on Friday in a 3-1 Smoke Eaters loss to the Cranbrook Bucks. Photo: Jim Bailey
Annick De Goede and Thomas Hodgson invite all to celebrate Good Stuff’s fifth anniversary on Saturday by giving back to the community. Good Stuff will donate 50 per cent from sidewalk sale to FAIR Society. Photo: Jim Bailey

Good Stuff raises funds for Trail FAIR

The Trail store will give 50 per cent of sales to the FAIR Society at its sidewalk sale Oct. 1

Annick De Goede and Thomas Hodgson invite all to celebrate Good Stuff’s fifth anniversary on Saturday by giving back to the community. Good Stuff will donate 50 per cent from sidewalk sale to FAIR Society. Photo: Jim Bailey
The Nitehawks all showed up to celebrate Lennox Levitt’s birthday earlier this week, and invite all fans to wear orange on Saturday in honour of Orange Shirt Day when they face off against the Kimberley Dynamiters. Photo: contributed

Nitehawks honour Indigenous inspired Orange Shirt Day

Beaver Valley invites fans to wear orange in recognition of National Day of Truth and Reconciliation

The Nitehawks all showed up to celebrate Lennox Levitt’s birthday earlier this week, and invite all fans to wear orange on Saturday in honour of Orange Shirt Day when they face off against the Kimberley Dynamiters. Photo: contributed
Beaver Valley Nitehawks pulled off a dramatic 5-4 overtime win over the Grand Forks Border Bruins on Tuesday. Photo: Jim Bailey

Nitehawks win OT thriller over Border Bruins

Hawks forward Griffin McCulloch nets first goal of season in exciting OT win

Beaver Valley Nitehawks pulled off a dramatic 5-4 overtime win over the Grand Forks Border Bruins on Tuesday. Photo: Jim Bailey
The Beaver Valley Nitehawks opened its season with a 6-3 victory over Osoyoos Coyotes on Saturday, and will play their next home game on Tuesday, Sept. 27 versus the Grand Forks Border Bruins. Photo: contributed

Unruh lifts B.V. Nitehawks to comeback win over Osoyoos Coyotes

Hat trick from Kevin Unruh propels Beaver Valley Nitehawks to 6-3 win in home opener

The Beaver Valley Nitehawks opened its season with a 6-3 victory over Osoyoos Coyotes on Saturday, and will play their next home game on Tuesday, Sept. 27 versus the Grand Forks Border Bruins. Photo: contributed
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Trail Smoke Eaters roar back to defeat Centennials

Trail Smoke Eaters earn road split beating Merritt after tough loss in Penticton vs Vees

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Trophy Town will air on TSN Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 4:30 PT

Trophy Town to air on TSN

Documentary on the ‘39 and ‘61 Trail Smoke Eaters hockey teams and how they conquered the world

Trophy Town will air on TSN Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 4:30 PT
The Beaver Valley Nitehawks dropped two games to the Nelson Leafs in the preseason but will open the 2022-23 KIJHL regular season on Saturday versus the Osoyoos Coyotes. Photo: Jim Bailey

Nitehawks kick off 2022-23 KIJHL campaign

B.V. Nitehawks host the Osoyoos Coyotes on Saturday at the Beaver Valley Arena

The Beaver Valley Nitehawks dropped two games to the Nelson Leafs in the preseason but will open the 2022-23 KIJHL regular season on Saturday versus the Osoyoos Coyotes. Photo: Jim Bailey
The Trail Smoke Eaters named its leadership group just prior to opening the BCHL campaign in Penticton Friday. Evan Bushy will take over as Team Captain, and Jordan Hendry, Brady Hunter and Ethan Willoughby will all wear the ‘A’ as Assistant Captains for the 2022-23 season. From left: Hendry, Hunter, Bushy and Willoughby.

Smoke Eaters select veteran leadership group

Defenceman Evan Bushy named captain, will lead the Smoke Eaters into 2022-23 BCHL season

The Trail Smoke Eaters named its leadership group just prior to opening the BCHL campaign in Penticton Friday. Evan Bushy will take over as Team Captain, and Jordan Hendry, Brady Hunter and Ethan Willoughby will all wear the ‘A’ as Assistant Captains for the 2022-23 season. From left: Hendry, Hunter, Bushy and Willoughby.
From left: Pride Gym’s Brandon Krumm, Keanan Patershuck, Tyler Harry, and Matt Cousineau at the Fusion Fight League in Billings, Mont. (Contributed)

Big wins for Pride Gym in Big Sky state

Pride Gym MMA fighter Keanan Patershuk wins first professional bout in decisive fashion

From left: Pride Gym’s Brandon Krumm, Keanan Patershuck, Tyler Harry, and Matt Cousineau at the Fusion Fight League in Billings, Mont. (Contributed)