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Trail Times Year in Review: July

July 2022 — Summer reading club leaders Stevie Poling and Angela Bonacci…

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The Ashrafi family is welcomed by Kathy Moore and Tim Peacock at the Vancouver airport. Photo: Submitted

Welcome to Trail! Family arrives safely before Christmas

Special thanks to the many volunteers and local businesses that have helped the Ashrafis settle in

The Ashrafi family is welcomed by Kathy Moore and Tim Peacock at the Vancouver airport. Photo: Submitted
“All of our chromosomes have marks that are indicative of whether the chromosome came from our mother or our father,” explains Dr. Louis Lefebvre, associate professor of medical genetics at UBC and co-author of the paper. “The challenge is that over the three billion base pairs that represent our genome, only approximately 190 tiny regions contain these parental marks.” Photo: Unsplash

BC Cancer researchers develop an improved hereditary cancer test

The research is published in Cell Genomics

“All of our chromosomes have marks that are indicative of whether the chromosome came from our mother or our father,” explains Dr. Louis Lefebvre, associate professor of medical genetics at UBC and co-author of the paper. “The challenge is that over the three billion base pairs that represent our genome, only approximately 190 tiny regions contain these parental marks.” Photo: Unsplash
In contrast to last week’s Trail Blazers (Dec. 22 Pg. 2) showing a snow-less downtown at Christmas circa 1966, this photo of the early 1960s on Bay Avenue facing south shows a particularly heavy snowfall. Photo: Trail Historical Society

Trail Blazers: Then and Now

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

In contrast to last week’s Trail Blazers (Dec. 22 Pg. 2) showing a snow-less downtown at Christmas circa 1966, this photo of the early 1960s on Bay Avenue facing south shows a particularly heavy snowfall. Photo: Trail Historical Society
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Trail Times Year in Review: June

Looking back at the year that was 2022

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The year that was 2022. Photo: Unsplash

Trail Times Year in Review: May

May 2022 — After almost 50 years at the helm of the…

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Trail Times Year in Review: April

Looking back at the year that was 2022

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The Trail Times wishes readers a very Merry Christmas. Photo: Irene Carpaccio/Unsplash

Merry Christmas from the Trail Times

NORAD’s Santa Tracker is now up and running at: noradsanta.org

The Trail Times wishes readers a very Merry Christmas. Photo: Irene Carpaccio/Unsplash
Zola is waiting to see if she finally moved from Santa’s naughty list to his nice list. Photo: Jessee Regnier

Christmas Cat in the Hat

Merry Christmas from the Trail Times

Zola is waiting to see if she finally moved from Santa’s naughty list to his nice list. Photo: Jessee Regnier
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Trail Times Year in Review: March

Looking back at the year that was 2022

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The year that was 2022. Photo: Unsplash

Trail Times Year in Review: February

Looking back at the year that was 2022

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A snow-less Christmas circa 1966. Photo: Trail Historical Society

Trail Blazers: Merry Christmas

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

A snow-less Christmas circa 1966. Photo: Trail Historical Society
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Trail Times Year in Review: January

Looking back at the year that was 2022

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The KBRH Health Foundation received $40,000 from the Trail Hospital Auxiliary, completing their pledge of $75,000 to the Ambulatory Care Campaign. This donation is funding the Ambulatory Care Units Shared Administrative Office and the Oncology Units Consultation Examination Room. This support is made possible through sales at the Gift Shop at KBRH. Dr. Carolyn Stark, Foundation Board Member, accepts this donation from Trail Hospital Auxiliary members Gerri Paterson, Dianne Kaniss, Anita Fricke and Allana Ferro (left to right).Photo: Submitted

Community Lights Up! the Trail hospital

Pledge Day held earlier this month in-person for the first time in two years

The KBRH Health Foundation received $40,000 from the Trail Hospital Auxiliary, completing their pledge of $75,000 to the Ambulatory Care Campaign. This donation is funding the Ambulatory Care Units Shared Administrative Office and the Oncology Units Consultation Examination Room. This support is made possible through sales at the Gift Shop at KBRH. Dr. Carolyn Stark, Foundation Board Member, accepts this donation from Trail Hospital Auxiliary members Gerri Paterson, Dianne Kaniss, Anita Fricke and Allana Ferro (left to right).Photo: Submitted
The province reports most surgeries postponed due to COVID, have now been completed. Photo: Unsplash

Province of BC releases surgical volume numbers

Minister says British Columbians can help keep the pressure off hospitals

The province reports most surgeries postponed due to COVID, have now been completed. Photo: Unsplash
Teck Trail ops seen from downtown Trail. Photo: Sheri Regnier

Teck outlines economic contributions to Trail area

To read the full report, visit: Teck.com.

Teck Trail ops seen from downtown Trail. Photo: Sheri Regnier
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Trail crews re-jig snow removal priorities as storm blows in

Direct any snow-related questions to Trail public works at 250.364.0840

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Tim Hortons’ Trail Manager, Angelo Caraos (left) presents this donation to Paul Butler, KBRH Health Foundation Board Member.Photo: Submitted

Tim Hortons Trail gives to hospital campaign

Cookie with a smile raises healthy donation for Trail hospital

Tim Hortons’ Trail Manager, Angelo Caraos (left) presents this donation to Paul Butler, KBRH Health Foundation Board Member.Photo: Submitted
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Ladies auxiliary donates to Rossland food bank

The Rossland food bank is available for residents of Rossland

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With the new system, forecast regions are dynamic, with boundaries that change in response to conditions. Photo: Brenda Haley/Facebook

New forecast system makes backcountry trip planning easier

If conditions are relatively uniform over large areas users can expect to see fewer forecast regions

With the new system, forecast regions are dynamic, with boundaries that change in response to conditions. Photo: Brenda Haley/Facebook