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Wind whipped flag

Wind whipped flag

Rossland Chamber of Commerce will take down its Canadian flag early this year, as the larger-than-life flag is taking a beating from the wind wrapping it around the pole atop of Mount Roberts. A new flag is carried up during a community hike that takes place on Canada Day, with this past trip carried by local Andy Russell.
Volunteers in the community

Volunteers in the community

Icy Morehouse volunteers her time at the Trail Hospital Auxiliary gift shop at the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital. Funds raised at the shop go directly back to the hospital.
On call for their community

On call for their community

Supporting the Kootenay Boundary Regional Fire Rescue, there are a number of paid on-call volunteer departments in the region, including Rossland, Warfield, Genelle, Montrose and Fruitvale.

Local trail added to Kootenay Columbia system

The Kootenay Columbia Trails Society (KCTS) has been a busy group over the summer.
Splashy arrival

Splashy arrival

Desiree Shuparski, from Trail, tried to beat the weekend heat by hitting the waterslide at Warfield Pool on Sunday afternoon.
Ready to ride

Ready to ride

Brothers Cole, in white, and Grayson Macaulay, in blue, bike their way around downtown as they headed to Gyro Park with their dad on Thursday morning.
Summer evening

Summer evening

The sun sets on another beautiful evening at Gyro Park as visitors listened to another edition of Music in the Park.
Variety nets historic garden kudos

Variety nets historic garden kudos

Luigi Bedin is a seasoned gardener, and talented by anyone’s standards.
Patio provides perfect oasis

Patio provides perfect oasis

The picturesque and immaculate house sitting at the end of Kootenay Ave in Tadanac is home to Molly and John Palmason.

Trail’s top gardens

The 11th annual Trail in Bloom garden contest brought out another wide variety of entries And while everyone involved in a winner in their own right, judges narrowed down the field for a list of 78 gardens.