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Sides add punch to classic fish and chips

What do you think this month? I’m thinking London.
Taking flight

Taking flight

A stroll through Gyro Park, Trail got a close up look at a flock of Canada geese taking off.

New Kootenay Boundary crisis line launched

Trail-based Crisis Line for the West Kootenay-Boundary region will now be part of an Interior Crisis Line Network
Right on cue

Right on cue

Tullio Nonis sinks the eight ball in the corner pocket on Tuesday at the Senior Citizens Association Branch 47 in Trail.
Flag Day in Trail

Flag Day in Trail

National Flag Day was declared in 1996, the anniversary marks the day in 1965 when the flag was first raised on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
Couple’s love blossomed at first sight

Couple’s love blossomed at first sight

Fifty-year-old Trail resident Tim Pretty laughs as he recalls falling head over heels for his true love.
Valentine's Day - Your guide to the triple treats to avoid the triple threats

Valentine's Day - Your guide to the triple treats to avoid the triple threats

Tips for staying out of the doghouse on Valetine's Day
Takeout doubles lead the way

Takeout doubles lead the way

Play Bridge: Tips and tricks for the bridge player, new to experienced.

Fruitvale students study the seasonal shift

Wildsight’s Jennifer Vogel took dozens of Fruitvale Elementary School students out into the woods to see how nature adapts to winter.

Fevers: In most cases they are a good thing

The last article I wrote dealt with certain supplements and herbs that help you get over those colds and flus more effectively.