Sheri Regnier

The city asks drivers to follow traffic control measures and to watch for working crews. Image: City of Trail

Traffic delays expected in Trail Gulch next week

Crews will be repairing manholes along Rossland Avenue

The city asks drivers to follow traffic control measures and to watch for working crews. Image: City of Trail
Emily Cardiff, Patient Care Coordinator, presented the Legion Foundation donation to the KBRH Health Foundation. Photo: Submitted

Legion Foundation donates to hospital in Trail

KBRH Health Foundation; A partnership that reaches back to the beginnings of organized medicine

Emily Cardiff, Patient Care Coordinator, presented the Legion Foundation donation to the KBRH Health Foundation. Photo: Submitted
United Way British Columbia officially formed on July 1 when six branches, including Trail and District, joined together as one. Image: United Way BC

United Way BC branches merge into one

United Way Trail and District officially joined five B.C. United Way branches on Canada Day

United Way British Columbia officially formed on July 1 when six branches, including Trail and District, joined together as one. Image: United Way BC
Cam Cunningham with his sister Keara Starr Cunningham. Photo: Submitted

Fundraiser launched in memory of Trail homicide victim

Cam Cunningham died the night of June 30 after an altercation in downtown Trail

Cam Cunningham with his sister Keara Starr Cunningham. Photo: Submitted
A severe thunderstorm warning is called for the late afternoon or early evening of Wednesday, July 7. Photo: Johannes Plenio/Unsplash

Severe thunderstorm warning in effect for West Kootenay

Environment Canada issued the alert on Wednesday morning

A severe thunderstorm warning is called for the late afternoon or early evening of Wednesday, July 7. Photo: Johannes Plenio/Unsplash
Photo: South Columbia SAR

RCMP divers recover missing swimmer from West Kootenay lake

SAR deployed; RCMP divers locate and aid in the recovery of a missing swimmer

Photo: South Columbia SAR
Concert donations will go to St. Andrew’s United Church rehab. Photo: Rossland News

Locals invited to reserve seat for ‘Bachyard’ fundraising concert in Rossland

RSVP is a must, contact Marie Skinner by 250.231.9003 or email: skinnermarie51@gmail.com

Concert donations will go to St. Andrew’s United Church rehab. Photo: Rossland News
Restrictions have been tightened for Beaver Valley Water Service users. Photo: Mohammad Rezaie/Unsplash

Beaver Valley tightens water restrictions

No irrigation or sprinkling is allowed on Mondays, Thursdays or Fridays.

Restrictions have been tightened for Beaver Valley Water Service users. Photo: Mohammad Rezaie/Unsplash
BC Transit recommends that customers wear a face covering when on board a BC Transit vehicle and at bus stops. Photo: BC Transit

West Kootenay transit riders asked to keep wearing masks

BC Transit: Ongoing goal is to create a comfortable environment for all customers and drivers

BC Transit recommends that customers wear a face covering when on board a BC Transit vehicle and at bus stops. Photo: BC Transit
Firefighters stopped the June 27 West Trail wildfire from encroaching on homes. Photo: Ron Wilson

Trail wildfire was human-caused

A quick a coordinated response stopped the fire from spreading into West Trail residences

Firefighters stopped the June 27 West Trail wildfire from encroaching on homes. Photo: Ron Wilson
Smoke from the Merry Creek fire in Castlegar is choking the valley. Photo: Jennifer Small Special to Castlegar News

Smoke prompts air quality advisory for Trail

Statement issued by Environment Canada and the B.C. Ministry of Environment

Smoke from the Merry Creek fire in Castlegar is choking the valley. Photo: Jennifer Small Special to Castlegar News
Ron Wilson spotted a trio of elk out for a stroll between Beaver Creek Provincial Park and the Waneta Dam earlier this week. Photo: Ron Wilson
Ron Wilson spotted a trio of elk out for a stroll between Beaver Creek Provincial Park and the Waneta Dam earlier this week. Photo: Ron Wilson

Suspect in Trail homicide arrested and released

The homicide resulted after an apparent altercation in Trail on Canada Day eve

SOGI club members with the IRSSS cheque from button sales. Photo: Submitted

Letter: JL Crowe SOGI Club a success

SOGI (Sexual Orientation Gender Identity) is an acronym used in inclusive education in B.C.

SOGI club members with the IRSSS cheque from button sales. Photo: Submitted
Crowe students file down the wooden staircase circa the early 1960s. Photo: Trail Historical Society

Trail Blazers: School’s out for summer …

Trail Blazers is a weekly series in partnership with the Trail Museum and Archives

Crowe students file down the wooden staircase circa the early 1960s. Photo: Trail Historical Society
Trail City Council reconvened at their chamber in City Hall for the first time since COVID-19 forced city council to conduct their sessions online. In attendance and self-distanced were (from left) Colleen Jones, Paul Butler, Carol Dobie, Sandy Lucchini, Mayor Lisa Pasin, CAO David Perehudoff, and Eleanor Gattafoni Robinson. Councillor Robert Cacchioni participated on Zoom, while Sandy Santori was absent. Photo: Jim Bailey

Council code of conduct violation has Trail CAO leaving his job

David Perehudoff will be leaving the CAO/Chief Financial Officer position effective Sept. 30

Trail City Council reconvened at their chamber in City Hall for the first time since COVID-19 forced city council to conduct their sessions online. In attendance and self-distanced were (from left) Colleen Jones, Paul Butler, Carol Dobie, Sandy Lucchini, Mayor Lisa Pasin, CAO David Perehudoff, and Eleanor Gattafoni Robinson. Councillor Robert Cacchioni participated on Zoom, while Sandy Santori was absent. Photo: Jim Bailey
Camps are set up under the Trail bridges. Photo: Trail Times

Reports of vigilantism surface in downtown Trail

Sgt. MikeWicentowich says this population is at a much higher chance of being the victim of a crime.

Camps are set up under the Trail bridges. Photo: Trail Times
Anita Fricke, auxiliary volunteer, presents the donation for these bright and colourful flowers on behalf of the Trail Hospital Auxiliary volunteers. Photo: Submitted

Trail auxiliary helps brighten hospital with flowers

The Trail Hospital Auxiliary formed in 1943

Anita Fricke, auxiliary volunteer, presents the donation for these bright and colourful flowers on behalf of the Trail Hospital Auxiliary volunteers. Photo: Submitted
An online survey is open to anyone who wishes to give input, and several in-person connections through family programs and community events are being planned. Photo: Belinda Fewings/Unsplash

Is it time for a neighbourhood house in Trail?

Opportunities to provide feedback will be available this summer

An online survey is open to anyone who wishes to give input, and several in-person connections through family programs and community events are being planned. Photo: Belinda Fewings/Unsplash
Indspire is a national Indigenous registered charity that invests in the education of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people for the long term benefit of these individuals, their families and communities, and Canada. Image: IndspireFunding.ca

Teck partners with Indspire to support Indigenous students

The focus is students from Indigenous communities in areas where Teck operates.

Indspire is a national Indigenous registered charity that invests in the education of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people for the long term benefit of these individuals, their families and communities, and Canada. Image: IndspireFunding.ca