Liz Bevan

Warfield: Forum focuses on teens

Inquiring minds want to know, what do the teenagers of Warfield have to say?

Artist paints positive message

Crowe student’s creation unveiled on Pink Shirt Day.

Anti-bullying message hits the road

Six-year-old creates sign in Montrose for Pink Shirt Day

Largest cocaine bust in Kootenays

Border officials find 35 kilos in July 2014 stop

Trail border crossing sees biggest cocaine bust in Kootenay history

Last July, a Kelowna resident was arrested after a vehicle search led to the discovery of 35 kilograms of cocaine

School nurse offers care, advice and privacy

Registered nurse practitioner Grace Nakano has set up shop in the J.L. Crowe front office as an on-site health professional.

Trail theatre workshop teaches storytelling

On Sunday, the Charles Bailey Theatre is putting on a day-long class designed to teach the finer points of storytelling.

It’s the Year of the Goat

nearly 1.5 billion people in China are celebrating the beginning of the year 4713 - the Year of the Goat.

Hit the slopes for cancer research

Winter sports enthusiasts are getting ready to strap into their skis and snowboards to raise money for a noble cause.

Teachers to fill gaps in on-call EA schedule

Teachers teaching on call are being given the option to get their name added to the on-call EA list, allowing them to step in for a day

Tips lead cops to drug arrests

On Thursday night, officers, acting on tips from the public, pulled over a vehicle on Columbia Ave and found drugs and cash.

Get up and get moving

Weekly Parkinson’s group uses exercise for therapy

Policy, real estate topics for discussion

School District 20 took care of a number of different issues at their meeting, including weather policy, and building sales.

Trail-born singer marched in Selma with Martin Luther King

Movie on historic civil rights march in Alabama nominated for Academy Award

Casino Community Hall gets an upgrade

What started out as a school house is now an upgraded community hub for residents of Casino.

School district offering French Immersion for kindergarten

Twin Rivers Elementary in Castlegar will soon be teaching kindergarten in three different languages.

First response a major role for firefighters

General alarms, including calls from alarm companies, make up around 10% of the overall call volume.

Timely truck win for Rossland man

Contractor wins new Toyota Tundra in nation-wide contest

RDKB declines to reimburse Rossland

City overpaid on fire hydrant upkeep

School District 20 pilot report card project proves popular

“We have been collecting feedback and by and large, the feedback has been positive.” - Assistant Superintendant Bill Ford