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Leather jackets and poodle skirts return as J.L. Crowe drama students perform at Charles Bailey Theatre this weekend
The provincial gov't has earmarked $24 million over the next three years to spend on regional airports
This year's spring granting cycle has come to a close for Trail's LeRoi Community Foundation, with over $10,000 in grants handed out.
After taking a year off and weathering a few name changes, Warfield's Community Day is back this Saturday.
Saturday event celebrates 15 years in fight against cancer
Most communities doing okay with water restrictions in effect next month
In-banking services will be gone, but ATM and night deposit box will remain.
After rating all the elementary schools in British Columbia, the Fraser Institute is back with its ranked list of high schools.
“I opened up the door and saw a big bear and the deep freeze was tipped over.” ~ Barb Billingsly
After sitting empty for nearly a year, the former 7-Eleven location on Victoria Street in Trail will soon be open and taking customers.
Stops in Fruitvale, Montrose and Salmo planned on Friday
“(It) is a great opportunity to showcase city information, projects and events." - Andrea Jolly
“It is always about the garbage. Keep it locked up or keep it inside." - Sharon Wieder, WildSafeBC
Canadian rhythm and blues artist Colin James, brought his impressive guitar skills to a packed Charles Bailey Theatre.
“There may be someone who is deserving of the honour, but their achievements are not well known.” - Jamie Forbes, HOC society
Families and kids gathered to learn about, and release, over 300 young white sturgeon into the Columbia River Tuesday afternoon.
“We at the district and schools in the district, aren't interested in comparing ourselves against other schools around the province.”
The tax bylaw passed with a 2.5 per cent jump, translating to a slight increase for the average village homeowner.
Skool-Aid is currently accepting donations to help financially struggling kids purchase the school supplies they need.
The last flight to the Okanagan-area city will leave the Trail Regional Airport on May 15.