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"“The wonderful thing about film is that the kids teach each other." ~ Fred Nock, Kootenay Columbia Learning Centre
Deal not finalized until society agrees to terms
Rides for cash without proper license may result in fines
Missing for 70 years, a World War II soldier is returned to his family and buried among relatives
Document shows how the previous year went, and gives the village a guideline for making future decisions.
The local brewers won the top spot in the stout category for the Seven Summits Milk Stout.
Remains of Sgt. Eric Honeyman, discovered in Belgium in 2009, will be laid to rest in Trail on June 22
Local candidates give their two cents on the controversial Anti-Terrorism Act.
“The case is still in the investigative state. Active investigation is being followed-up on a daily basis." - Constable Tim Russell
“I take very seriously, the need to find out what people want from me in the West Kootenay.” - Connie Denesiuk
J.L. Crowe Secondary School’s 177 graduates walked across the stage on Friday night.
“At this point, we are just warning people to steer clear.” - Sharon Weider, WildSafe BC.
Trail’s Braedon Mauro presented with Exceptional Recognition for Valour
This year's schedule is packed with regional artists and even a few imports, says organizer Raymond Masleck.
Citing student distractions, Crowe and SHSS consider moving next year’s ceremonies to later in June
A Warfield couple will be riding their bikes nearly 200 km in the hopes of making a difference for people living with multiple sclerosis.
Despite uncooperative weather, the annual fundraiser raised nearly $30,000 for cancer research.
SD20 cautions parents after receiving reports of hazing younger students.
Debbie Sedgwick to be honoured with 2015 Montrose Community Service Award on Thursday
The Columbia River is healthier than ever, according to Teck Trail Operations' most recent environmental study.