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Making negative doubles work

Play Bridge: Tips and tricks for playing bridge, from new to experienced.

Trail resident questions push for skatepark

Trail’s push for a skateboard park has one Trail resident questioning the city’s priorities.

West Kootenay February snow totals double usual rate

Environment Canada has issued a warning for West Kootenay as up to 20cm of snow is expected to fall in the region over the next 2 days.
New sign lights up Trail Memorial Centre

New sign lights up Trail Memorial Centre

Trail Memorial Centre has a new electronic sign advertising upcoming events.

Selkirk students cook up Guatemala fare to raise funds for trip

Third-year nursing students are bringing a taste of Guatemala to Trail tonight with a traditional rice and beans dinner

What to do about constipation

One of the topics that few people talk about is bowel habits; however, it is one of the most important keys to health.
Fresh snow is like heaven

Fresh snow is like heaven

Logan Fraser, 6, was as happy as an angel Sunday when fresh snow made for added fun at the Centennial Trail in Rossland.
Fishing on the Columbia River

Fishing on the Columbia River

Sam Chan, right, leans into it as he tries to free his hook from the rocks of the Columbia River on Tuesday afternoon.

Take a Hike program eyes School District 20

SD20 is at the top of the list for a new program that helps youth-at-risk who are not able to cope in regular high school classes.
Instruments of speed

Instruments of speed

A wide range of skis are gathered on a rack at Red Mountain as the Miele B.C. Cup concluded Tuesday at Red Mountain.