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Trail police encourage locals to report plant theft via the RCMP’s online reporting tool. Photo: Roger Bradshaw/Unsplash

Report petty theft in Trail area via RCMP online tool

Visit the site by searching “RCMP online reporting BC,” and click on ocre.sielc.rcmp-grc.ca.ca.

Trail police encourage locals to report plant theft via the RCMP’s online reporting tool. Photo: Roger Bradshaw/Unsplash
Trail police are asking the public to help identify a man and woman, as well as green Dodge Dakota pickup a who are suspected to have stolen more than $600 worth of goods from Canadian Tire. Photo: BC RCMP

Trail RCMP asking for tips to identify suspects in theft from Canadian Tire

A spate of theft from Trail Canadian Tire has police asking for tips from the public

Trail police are asking the public to help identify a man and woman, as well as green Dodge Dakota pickup a who are suspected to have stolen more than $600 worth of goods from Canadian Tire. Photo: BC RCMP
Photo: Ron Wilson

Waiting for the wee ones

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Photo: Ron Wilson
Photo: Shelley Aro

Cute cub

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Photo: Shelley Aro
The view of the Columbia River from the walkway at Gyro Park to Sunningdale is especially picturesque this week. Photo: Jessee Regnier

Trail celebrates Tourism Week 2021

Supporting local business and tourism operators amid COVID pandemic

The view of the Columbia River from the walkway at Gyro Park to Sunningdale is especially picturesque this week. Photo: Jessee Regnier
Sgt. Mike Wicentowich is urging locals to put food sources away in all Trail neighbourhoods. The detachment commander snapped these photos this past weekend and is asking Tadanac residents to make noises to scare this mother and cub off into the wild. “The conservation officer has been called and [the bears] may get put down due to human-animal conflict,” he advises. Photos: Mike Wicentowich

Spike in bear sightings prompts strong reminder to all households in Trail and Rossland

Cheyanna Shypitka is the new Rossland-Trail WildSafeBC coordinator

Sgt. Mike Wicentowich is urging locals to put food sources away in all Trail neighbourhoods. The detachment commander snapped these photos this past weekend and is asking Tadanac residents to make noises to scare this mother and cub off into the wild. “The conservation officer has been called and [the bears] may get put down due to human-animal conflict,” he advises. Photos: Mike Wicentowich
Police and firefighters were called to a camp near the Old Trail Bridge on Tuesday afternoon when a woman allegedly lit this fire. Photo: Stephen Miller

Arson suspected in fire near the Old Trail Bridge

Crews were called to a fire on Casino Road Tuesday afternoon

Police and firefighters were called to a camp near the Old Trail Bridge on Tuesday afternoon when a woman allegedly lit this fire. Photo: Stephen Miller
This sinkhole formed around the 4” gas main on Green Avenue after the water main broke, Nov. 2020. Photo: City of Trail

West Trail roadway repair soon goes to tender

The city is expecting the job to be largely completed by September

This sinkhole formed around the 4” gas main on Green Avenue after the water main broke, Nov. 2020. Photo: City of Trail
Photo: Trail Historical Society

Riding in style in the Silver City

Trail Blazers is a weekly historical feature

Photo: Trail Historical Society
People in Trail have not skirted what’s happening across Canada, which is an increase in lumber theft as the price of timber skyrockets. Photo: Brandon Kaida/Unsplash

Trail RCMP; Wood warning, wanted in Winlaw and a wanderer

The cost of lumber is skyrocketing across the country leading to an increase in theft

People in Trail have not skirted what’s happening across Canada, which is an increase in lumber theft as the price of timber skyrockets. Photo: Brandon Kaida/Unsplash
Linda Everett is Sanctuary’s new operations manager. Photo: Sanctuary Pre-Teen Facebook page

Free after school program reopens in downtown Trail

Sanctuary welcomes children ages eight to 12 for free after school/summer care

Linda Everett is Sanctuary’s new operations manager. Photo: Sanctuary Pre-Teen Facebook page
Ron Wilson was fortunate to be nearby the water marsh below Oasis last week when this magnificent moose unexpectedly showed up for the photo shoot. Bottom right, notice the little duck heading toward the camera! Photo: Ron Wilson

What you see …

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Ron Wilson was fortunate to be nearby the water marsh below Oasis last week when this magnificent moose unexpectedly showed up for the photo shoot. Bottom right, notice the little duck heading toward the camera! Photo: Ron Wilson
The TB Vets foundation guarantees a $5,000 jackpot for its 50/50 fundraiser to purchase four new ventilators. The winner takes half. Image: TB Vets

Online fundraiser to help supply 4 B.C. hospitals with a new ventilator

The winning ticket will be drawn July 30 at noon.

The TB Vets foundation guarantees a $5,000 jackpot for its 50/50 fundraiser to purchase four new ventilators. The winner takes half. Image: TB Vets
A CPR station once stood at the corner of Cedar Avenue and Farwell Street in downtown Trail. Photo: Trail Historical Society

Trail Blazers: When the walls came tumblin’ down

The CPR station in downtown Trail was demolished in the spring of 1965

A CPR station once stood at the corner of Cedar Avenue and Farwell Street in downtown Trail. Photo: Trail Historical Society
Janya cut off her long locks and is sending her ponytail to Angel Hair for Kids, where her hair will be fashioned into a wig for a child experiencing hair loss. Photo: Submitted

Trail student cuts off her ponytail to help Angel Hair for Kids

Jayna and her classmates also raised $281 for the children’s cause

Janya cut off her long locks and is sending her ponytail to Angel Hair for Kids, where her hair will be fashioned into a wig for a child experiencing hair loss. Photo: Submitted
‘Ram I am’
Ellen Vallie is a member of the West Kootenay Camera Club. Her photographs will be among those displayed in the club’s upcoming photo exhibit. Photo: Ellen Vallie

Popular West Kootenay photo show returns in June

This year’s exhibition will feature favourite photos of club members

‘Ram I am’
Ellen Vallie is a member of the West Kootenay Camera Club. Her photographs will be among those displayed in the club’s upcoming photo exhibit. Photo: Ellen Vallie
One of Trail’s homeless hunkers down in a back alley with only a tarp for shelter. Photo: Trail Times

Trail residents and businesses asked to join forces to help the vulnerable

For more information visit: www.trail.ca/HelpingOurVulnerable

One of Trail’s homeless hunkers down in a back alley with only a tarp for shelter. Photo: Trail Times
Members of Trail Firefighters Local 941 were hanging out in the station last week, practicing high angle rope rescue training. All members are trained in rope rescue, confined space rescue ,water rescue and vehicle extrication. Photos: Twitter @trailfire941

Rope rescue review at Kootenay Boundary fire hall

Created 39 years ago, Kootenay Boundary Regional Fire Rescue is a full service department

Members of Trail Firefighters Local 941 were hanging out in the station last week, practicing high angle rope rescue training. All members are trained in rope rescue, confined space rescue ,water rescue and vehicle extrication. Photos: Twitter @trailfire941
L-R: Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel (Retired) Sharman Thomas Senior, Private Sharman Thomas Junior, Major Nils French, and Chief Warrant Officer Sharman Thomas. Photo: Submitted

Trail Armoury marks historic moment when new member enrols

Private Thomas anticipates a rewarding career in the forces

L-R: Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel (Retired) Sharman Thomas Senior, Private Sharman Thomas Junior, Major Nils French, and Chief Warrant Officer Sharman Thomas. Photo: Submitted
View of the red SUV down an embankment. Photo: Trail RCMP

High speed crash sends 4 people to Trail hospital

The collision happened May 14 at the intersection of Highway 3B and Devito Drive

View of the red SUV down an embankment. Photo: Trail RCMP