Art Harrison

Tim Baldwin (left) and Chris Tremblay wash windows as staff puts the finishing touches on the inside of the Trail Aquatic Centre before opening on Monday. The pool has been closed for renovations and its annual maintenance.

Prepping the pool for re-opening

Staff is putting the finishing touches on the inside of the Trail Aquatic Centre before opening on Monday.

Tim Baldwin (left) and Chris Tremblay wash windows as staff puts the finishing touches on the inside of the Trail Aquatic Centre before opening on Monday. The pool has been closed for renovations and its annual maintenance.
The 7-Eleven in downtown Trail is expected to close this week but the fuel truck was busy filling up the tanks on Monday.

7-Eleven store slated to close this week

Future of downtown Trail convenience store site remains up in the air

The 7-Eleven in downtown Trail is expected to close this week but the fuel truck was busy filling up the tanks on Monday.

Junior Dragons take home cash prizes

The competitors made their pitches, the Dragons made their decisions, and winners have been chosen.

Trail Pipe Band product playing for royalty

Warfield's Rob Hamilton, member of the Vancouver Police Pipe Band, is currently in England preparing to play for Buckingham Palace.

Another hat thrown in Trail mayor’s ring

City of Trail: Jones, Doug – Mayor Candidate. Retired union president joins race

Local member of the Fraternal Order of the Knights of Pythias

Two local members of Knights of Pythias elected to top posts

Trail's Dan Stubbs and Ivan Johnston have been elected to the order's highest positions in the province.

Local member of the Fraternal Order of the Knights of Pythias
The weather did turn out to be the scorcher that was predicted by Environment Canada for Saturday but as the parade made its way down 9th Avenue the skies became clearer and the procession passed Montrose Park the community began to gather for the Beaver Valley community’s 2014 Family Fun Day.

Family Fun Day in Montrose

Annual celebration enjoyed in hot temperatures and sunny skies.

The weather did turn out to be the scorcher that was predicted by Environment Canada for Saturday but as the parade made its way down 9th Avenue the skies became clearer and the procession passed Montrose Park the community began to gather for the Beaver Valley community’s 2014 Family Fun Day.
Cpt. Chris Poulton

Army gearing up for skills event in Greater Trail

One of biggest military exercises held in Greater Trail set for August

Cpt. Chris Poulton

New CBT program for Lower Columbia

Community Directed Funds will provide $200,000 per year over three years to groups in sub-regions of the basin.

Ann Damude

Carshare rolls on in Rossland

“So far we’ve got one vehicle, a 2005 Toyota Matrix, but our goal is to get a second vehicle, maybe a small truck or SUV." - Ann Damude

Ann Damude

Bear-proof bin relocated to higher traffic area

Spring weather signals bear season in the Kootenays.

Annual Family Day called off on eve of 75th anniversary

“We usually do a lot at the hall and that won’t be ready until July 6,” Vince Morelli, village CAO

The Kootenay Mountaineering Club is celebrating 50 years of enjoying beautiful local peaks.

Kootenay Mountaineering Club celebrates 50 years

KMC has over 300 members, with the majority living in Trail, Rossland, Castlegar and Nelson.

The Kootenay Mountaineering Club is celebrating 50 years of enjoying beautiful local peaks.
The Skills Centre’s

Every week is Bike to Work Week for Trail cyclist

Bike to Work Week from May 26 to June 1, but Jos Sharp rides his bike to work every day, rain or shine.

The Skills Centre’s

Junior Dragons’ Den finalists take to the stage June 6

The Junior Dragon’s Den competition is free to the public starting at 7 p.m. June 6, at the Charles Bailey Theatre.

Smart meters coming to Greater Trail in fall

Fortis crews will begin swapping new meters for old in September.

The Dig Dirt Day at the Beaver Valley May Days provided an opportunity for kids to see big equipment up close or

Crowds flock to Beaver Valley May

Despite weather forecasts, big crowds turned out to the annual festival.

The Dig Dirt Day at the Beaver Valley May Days provided an opportunity for kids to see big equipment up close or

‘Amazing Race’ joins Beaver Valley May Days

Participants will use clues in sealed envelopes and proceed through a series of challenges set at locations around the annual festival.

E-cigarettes are growing in popularity among teens.

E-cigarettes banned from school district grounds

"...if a 13-year-old girl or boy is making a bad health choice we feel it’s our responsibility to discourage it,” - Dave DeRosa

E-cigarettes are growing in popularity among teens.

Province plans to review electoral boundaries

Kootenay West could be on the table for changes as deliberations begin assessing provincial electoral boundaries.