Timothy Schafer

Debbie Peebles

The sweet sound of success

Trail and District After School Band Program brings students and music together

Debbie Peebles

Snowfall warning triggers avalanche concerns for Greater Trail

There is a snowfall warning in effect for Greater Trail and the entire West Kootenay until later today.

School District 20 – Trustees and politicians meet to save schools

Officials from both City of Rossland and School District 20 administration met to discuss reconfiguration or school closure.

No changes in Trail subdivision garbage pick up

Trail council rejects proposed changes to alley pick up

City of Trail reviewing parks and rec plan

The direction of Trail parks and recreation could be changing.

Sewer dispute: Arbitrator overrules Rossland’s protest

The Cities of Trail and Rossland will be going to court over who pays what in the regional sewer service.

Real estate still strong in Trail

Real estate market prices slipped slightly in the Kootenays in 2012, but Greater Trail managed to keep its footing.

Silver City Days – City doles out cash for silver anniversary

Trail Festival Society (TFS) received less than the requested amount for the silver anniversary in the Silver City for Silver City Days.

A crowd of approximately 500 people packed the Rossland Secondary School gym on Tuesday to share opinions and suggestions on School District 20’s facilities review.

Rossland residents offer solutions in school debate

A crowd of approximately 500 people packed the Rossland Secondary School gym on Tuesday to share opinions on the school's future.

A crowd of approximately 500 people packed the Rossland Secondary School gym on Tuesday to share opinions and suggestions on School District 20’s facilities review.

Trail ponders purchase of regional airport

Trail city council is taking a flyer on landing sole ownership of the regional airport south of the city.

The workforce at the Waneta Dam expansion project has drawn from several Kootenay communities.

Waneta Dam project workforce spread out

Despite the project's "hire local" policy, the Waneta Dam expansion isn’t the big employment boost Trail might expect.

The workforce at the Waneta Dam expansion project has drawn from several Kootenay communities.

Border changes a double-edged sword for Greater Trail businesses

A new regulatory change at the U.S border is a double-edged sword for the Greater Trail business community.

District 20’s Lock Down Policy tested

After an angry student made threats against Trail Middle School, its Lock Down Policy was implemented.

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Finishing touches left on Trail Aquatic Centre upgrades

While it may look done, there are still a few pieces left to fall into place at the Trail Aqautic Aquatic Centre.

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Avalanche risk high in Greater Trail backcountry

Travel is not recommended on the Kootenay Boundary backcountry slopes and through its forests heading into the weekend.

Ministry studying contentious Fruitvale crosswalk

The eye is on Fruitvale and the crosswalk near the Villagers Pub and Hotel, a problematic place for pedestrians.

School District 20 facilities review meetings set to begin next week

First session scheduled for Jan. 15 at Rossland Secondary School

Creston man in custody after hammer assault

A domestic assault with a hammer on a Trail resident has nailed a 32-year-old Creston man with six charges.

No new retailers stepping up to fill Zellers’ departure from Trail

As Zellers continues to wind down its operations in Trail there are currently no businesses interested in taking the store's place.

Meter still running on taxi service

The meter is still running on the Trail’s only cab company but it might not be for long.