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The final instalment of a three-part series on the dangers of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Part two in a series studying the impact of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) on firefighters.
Fire departments starting to recognize post-traumatic stress disorder
Local artist and resident Shawna Erback will be opening her new studio downtown mid-September.
Its been a rough summer for the Columbia Phoenix Players, but they’re hoping to see a light at the end of this tunnel.
Trail resident Shawna Erback will have the opportunity to hang out with some of the biggest names in country music this September.
Kootenay Savings Credit Union (KSCU) was tapped as one of the 50 Most Engaged Workplaces in Canada for the second year in a row Wednesday.
The 2011 B.C. Seniors Games wrapped up Saturday and things are returning to normal for local companies after a few days of working at a whirlwind pace during a usually slow time of year.
In a letter he wrote just days before his death, Jack Layton reminded Canadians just how great their country was — and how we can make it better.
Trail is decreasing its greenhouse gas emissions as it works towards being carbon neutral by next year.
Group treks with mats in tow
Residents across from Butler Park are urging the city to take more action to protect them and their property from baseballs flying over the park’s fence.
Montrose council implemented a new sewer blockage policy on Monday night that officially states residents are now responsible for any blockages of their sewer lateral line.
Warm weekend forecast means more fluids required
Those who attended last night’s Opening Ceremony for the 2011 B.C. Seniors Games finally found out what all the secrecy was about, as the director of ceremonies waited until showtime to show off what had been pulled together.
Local RCMP received two new scam reports this week, leading them to caution the public against giving out personal information via email.
Monday’s village council meeting presented options to try and remedy the problem which has put a black eye on the village’s claim to prize-winning drinking water since February, when a small amount of coliform bacteria was found.
Those who have left booking accommodations for the B.C. Seniors Games to the last minute may have to rough it.
Opening ceremonies scheduled for Haley Park on Wednesday
No major problems at annual event