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Truck driver Myles Parsons was found guilty of dangerous driving and causing the death of Michael McIsaac in a trial by judge held in the Rossland courthouse earlier this month. Parsons is scheduled for sentencing on March 29. Photo: Trail Times

Truck driver found guilty in death of Fruitvale man

Justice for the McIsaac family of Warfield took four and half years

Truck driver Myles Parsons was found guilty of dangerous driving and causing the death of Michael McIsaac in a trial by judge held in the Rossland courthouse earlier this month. Parsons is scheduled for sentencing on March 29. Photo: Trail Times
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West Kootenay artist works on display

Art Embracing Awareness; by Frantisek Strouhal

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B.C. ministry announces new addictions treatment, recovery beds coming

The additional beds will increase access to addictions treatment and recovery bed-based services

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This disturbing case was reported to the Trail RCMP on Saturday night. Photo: Bacila Vlad on Unsplash

Trail RCMP looking for animal abuse suspect

Anyone with information or witnessed this case of animal cruelty is urged to call the detachment

This disturbing case was reported to the Trail RCMP on Saturday night. Photo: Bacila Vlad on Unsplash
A Northern Flicker spotted by the Old Trail Bridge last week. Photo: Ron Wilson

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A Northern Flicker spotted by the Old Trail Bridge last week. Photo: Ron Wilson
Loriana Gilchrist doesn’t say if she felt she was being watched during a snowshoe up to Deer Park Mountain on Sunday, but she did look up in time to catch the skies keeping an “eye” on the beautiful West Kootenay range. Photo: Loriana Gilchrist

Eye in the Sky

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Loriana Gilchrist doesn’t say if she felt she was being watched during a snowshoe up to Deer Park Mountain on Sunday, but she did look up in time to catch the skies keeping an “eye” on the beautiful West Kootenay range. Photo: Loriana Gilchrist
The Rotary’s gazebo is located on the picturesque west-side of the Columbia River near the Trail walking bridge. Photo: Submitted

Sunny day for roof repairs in Trail Rotary Park

Rotary started with a first club in Chicago, in 1905 …

The Rotary’s gazebo is located on the picturesque west-side of the Columbia River near the Trail walking bridge. Photo: Submitted
BCCDC released its latest COVID numbers on Friday. Image: BCCDC

Spelling out how COVID numbers are reported in Trail-Kootenay-B.C.

Trail Local Health Area confirmed coronavirus cases remain at 19

BCCDC released its latest COVID numbers on Friday. Image: BCCDC
Brenda Haley shares these fantastic views taken during a snowshoe trek in the Kootenay Pass on Sunday, Jan. 24. Photos: Brenda Haley

Extreme cold warning for the West Kootenay

Frigid temperatures expected this week, following a mild and sodden January

Brenda Haley shares these fantastic views taken during a snowshoe trek in the Kootenay Pass on Sunday, Jan. 24. Photos: Brenda Haley
Walmart Trail representatives, Nicole, Charity Team Lead (left) and Ryan, Store Manager (right) presented this donation to the KBRH Health Foundation. Photo: Submitted

Trail Walmart donates to regional hospital

Donation made to KBRH Health Foundation

Walmart Trail representatives, Nicole, Charity Team Lead (left) and Ryan, Store Manager (right) presented this donation to the KBRH Health Foundation. Photo: Submitted
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The eagles have landed, in Trail

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L-R: Anu Dhillon, Lorraine Bell-Lebedoff and Denise Maier accept a donation of funds raised during Breast Cancer Awareness month from Chad Bullock, owner of Castlegar and Trail Ignite Martial Arts studios. Photo: Submitted

Kootenay Robusters; From martial arts to dragon boats

Members are fundraising to build a boat shed to give their dragon boat a home

L-R: Anu Dhillon, Lorraine Bell-Lebedoff and Denise Maier accept a donation of funds raised during Breast Cancer Awareness month from Chad Bullock, owner of Castlegar and Trail Ignite Martial Arts studios. Photo: Submitted
Jonna Madsen was convinced her win was too good to be true after scratching her Chinese Checkers Scratch Win ticket and realizing she scored the game’s top prize of $50,000. Photo: BC Lottery

Salmo woman scratches a $50,000 lottery win

Jonna Madsen purchased and checked the ticket at the Salmo Esso on Railway Avenue.

Jonna Madsen was convinced her win was too good to be true after scratching her Chinese Checkers Scratch Win ticket and realizing she scored the game’s top prize of $50,000. Photo: BC Lottery
A Midway woman, 30, is scheduled to appear in the Rossland courthouse on March after being arrested in downtown Trail Jan. 30. Image: Black Press

Trail police arrest two wanted individuals

Driving while prohibited or with a suspended licence is a crime in B.C.

A Midway woman, 30, is scheduled to appear in the Rossland courthouse on March after being arrested in downtown Trail Jan. 30. Image: Black Press
St. Andrews Church is located on Pine Avenue in downtown Trail.

Why we worship online

Words from Trail Reverend Neil Elliot

St. Andrews Church is located on Pine Avenue in downtown Trail.
The former Trail ski hill was located above Gyro Park. Photo: Trail Historical Society

Trail Blazers: When the city had a renowned ski hill

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

The former Trail ski hill was located above Gyro Park. Photo: Trail Historical Society
The Trail-Warfield Citizen of the Year ceremony marks the opening to Silver City Days festivities. Photo: Unsplash

Covid cancels Trail-Warfield Citizen of the Year

Organizers are hoping to bring back the annual tradition after the pandemic ends

The Trail-Warfield Citizen of the Year ceremony marks the opening to Silver City Days festivities. Photo: Unsplash
Like all public spaces in B.C., masks are required to be worn upon entry into the Trail Times. Photo: Trail Times

B.C. state of emergency extended to Feb. 16

The original provincial declaration was made on March 18 last year

Like all public spaces in B.C., masks are required to be worn upon entry into the Trail Times. Photo: Trail Times
A large flock of turkeys grazing near Teck Trail caught the eye of Maureen Dilling. Photo: Maureen Dilling

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A large flock of turkeys grazing near Teck Trail caught the eye of Maureen Dilling. Photo: Maureen Dilling
Second Lt. David Lancry of Rossland on “Exercise Alpine Sapper.” Photo: Submitted

Army reservists hold winter sapper exercise near Trail

The exercise took place at Stoney Creek Demolition Range

Second Lt. David Lancry of Rossland on “Exercise Alpine Sapper.” Photo: Submitted