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With the end in sight for the Waneta Dam expansion project, Columbia Power has turned to the public to get an idea of what to do next.
The City of Trail is moving to a new cellular service provider, saving them hundreds of dollars in the process.
According to ICBC, the corner of Bay and Victoria has has the most crashes and casualties in the last five years.
Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital and B.C. Hydro settle issues with union
Greater Trail group voices objection to construction of another hydroelectric plant
Company invites feedback on Waneta Dam investments
Home assessments for 2013 down across the West Kootenay.
Petition in Sunningdale shows interest in curbside garbage collection.
New Year’s Day ushered in 2013, but it also marked a jump in utility rates in Trail.
The Trail Outdoor Market was the success story of 2012, says the city’s mayor.
From provincial election to 50th anniversary of Silver City Days.
All it takes is one show to deliver the one hit wonders of the 1960s and 1970s.
A new Carbon Neutral Kootenays program is helping local governments meet their carbon neutral commitments and keep money in the Kootenays.
A New Year's Day tradition in Trail for 27 years—and across the country since 1920—polar bear dips are a uniquely Canadian endeavour.
There is another reason to celebrate this New Year’s Eve.
Greater Trail residents who were overcharged for payday loans from The Cash Store are eligible for refunds.
It’s the perfect cure for what will be ailing you on New Year’s Day.
nyone who could find themselves alone on Dec. 25, the Trail Legion and the annual community Christmas dinner has a solution: join them.
Nearly five months after 16-year-old Kolby had a heart transplant she was back at school in Rossland at the beginning of October.
Bullying is not as big of a problem at J.L. Crowe Secondary School, Trail as it is compared to the national average. Or is it?