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Greater Trail's Easter events are getting everyone to join in the fun with egg hunts, BBQ and more.
Group will be receiving nearly $10,000 less than they requested from council to put on the annual Silver City Days summer celebrations.
Trail native Burhan Pourmokhtari is a rising star in B.C.’s bodybuilding community, pumping iron and posing like a champ.
The Vancouver Whitecaps have invited two Trail soccer players to join their elite training camp and tournament next week.
Young hockey players from across the country are making their way to Trail this weekend to strut their stuff.
Head Coach Nick Deschenes says Willcox will be a great addition to the team, rounding out the roster.
Single parents in B.C. now have extra incentive to start training for a job that pays a living family wage.
Council is doing its best to keep a rise in property taxes as low as possible by picking budget priorities for the 2015 spending plan.
Strong public opposition to a variance application filled the room at Monday night's regular council meeting in Montrose.
Two cases this year at Glenmerry Elementary
“All incidents were investigated and additional measures to enhance environmental controls were implemented as a result.” - Richard Deane
The Integrated Community Clerkship gives medical students like Rossland's Nicole Gill a glimpse of small town medicine before graduation.
Bear spotted in Fruitvale last week
Police in Trail are investigating the origins of a piece of foam…
"We were capable of hearing not just the opinion of one small section (of the population) but a larger span.” - Diane Langman, councillor
Fruitvale councillors made the decision to support the BVBS in its efforts to reduce the amount of weeding the group does
Running from explosions, jumping out of helicopters or flying through the air are just part of an average day for stuntman Garvin Cross.
Bear Creek well and pump house in Waneta are getting shut down today for upgrades and repairs.
There is just under a month left to submit nomination forms for the the Knights of Columbus 2014 Trail-Warfield Citizen of the Year
After a few days of prep work, workers shut off the water Thursday and replaced the 12-inch pipe valve.