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A proposed change to the school district’s electoral arrangements could stifle various disparate voices.
A survey circulating Rossland intends to gauge interest in options for keeping K-12.
Through a new online Fortis promotion, people switching off their lights for Earth Hour can pledge their effort to charity.
Average mark for all School District 20 schools matches provincial level
A new committee has been created to investigate generating revenue for School District 20.
Two divers braved cold water and strong currents of the Columbia River to inspect the Old Bridge after the highest runoff in 40 years.
Decisions are still to be made about free New Year's Eve bus rides after an incident with youths surrounding a bus last January.
Trail Crime Reduction Unit searched Rivervale home and arrested a 19-year-old man.
The City of Trail signed the warrant for the destruction of the former Eagles Building at 1505 Bay Ave.
Trail could be back on the map as a watercraft transportation centre.
A new business plan is in the works for Trail's Charles Bailey Theatre to better use the under-used facility.
Mickey Kinakin will be arguing in favour of a managed deficit for SD20 as the board of trustees begins its annual budget deliberations.
The city has enough cash in reserves that it could buy the Trail Regional Airport outright.
$15,000 has been approved for two new bus shelters for hard weather spots in Trail and glass plates for an existing stop in Fruitvale.
A new pilot program could reduce the amount of waste going into the Trail dump and give something back to the environment.
Rossland group remains hopeful K-12 can be saved in city
While SD20 is preparing to finalize school cutbacks and closures, local groups are still working to save Rossland's schools.
In the next few months several long standing and contentious issues are set to be tackled for School District 20.
City staff will be given carte blanche to help advance Trail’s downtown revitalization vision.
The City of Rossland is preparing to deliver a financial offer to the district in order to keep five secondary school grades in the city.