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All Wired up

All Wired up

Terry Lindsay was dealing with lots of wires and lots of colours Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of Cedar Ave. and Victoria St. He, along with Todd Abbey of Westcana Electric, are in the process of adding back-up batteries to all the intersection traffic lights in the event of a power outage. Each panel consists of four batteries able to provide over four hours of power to allow the lights to continue to operate in the event of an outage.
Paddling goodwill spills over to Scouts

Paddling goodwill spills over to Scouts

The Trail and Rossland scout chapter received a financial boost and an extra surprise from Teck and the David Thompson Columbia Brigade to help out with the second Youth Summer Camp this year.
Graffiti Granny

Graffiti Granny

Carol Ferro paints over graffiti on some rocks at the entrance to the Raven’s Rock Trail, between the hospital and Crowe high school. The city will be placing new signage at the trailhead and further along the trail in hopes of deterring further graffiti action.
Free concert helps charity

Free concert helps charity

Laela Heidt entertains the crowd in The Spot parking lot in downtown Trail on Saturday. The restaurant was the site of a free concert featuring young local musicians. The event also raised over $500 for People Loving People. A second free concert is already in the works set for Aug. 27.
BC Parks 100th anniversary - Kiwanis rescued Beaver Creek

BC Parks 100th anniversary - Kiwanis rescued Beaver Creek

Vandalism almost forced BC Parks to give up site

Rossland’s gardens take centre stage with tours

Rossland’s variety of gardens will take centre stage these upcoming weekends, with two garden tours set to take place.

Golden City treads along on trail plans

Rossland’s plans to live up to its recreation reputation, by connecting off-road trails from its downtown to the Redstone golf course clubhouse, are rolling.
Bands ready to rock The Spot

Bands ready to rock The Spot

Local teens perform free concert for charity
Rock on

Rock on

Lee Proctor and Dave Morris of Distinctive Gardens and Ponds have been busy sprucing up the trees located near the Family Statue in Trail. Using their Inca touch or attempting to follow the local Italians who’ve created strong rock walls in Trail, the two spent much time looking for the perfect fit.
No need for GPS during Games

No need for GPS during Games

Finding venues, competition times, events, medical clinics, community centres and other things will be a whole lot easier for athletes and spectators of the upcoming BC Seniors Games.