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Monumental makeover

Monumental makeover

Rob Harding is among the volunteers committed to Parks Canada’s Parks Heritage Conservation Society, which uses volunteers to refurbish plaques on historical monuments that are in need of some TLC. Harding and Peter Whyte stopped in Trail Monday to touch up the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada plaque in front of the Cominco parking lot that celebrates industry in Trail.
Plenty of colour on Canada Day

Plenty of colour on Canada Day

The Canada Day celebrations at Beaver Creek Park brought out a colourful cross section of Canadians.
Sign up for library programs

Sign up for library programs

Three-year-old Nikolai David and his sister Ava David, 5, stopped into the Trail library last Wednesday to sign up for children’s programming this summer. The library has a number of programs, some geared toward babies and others to infants and youth, which kicked off last week. For more information visit www.traillibrary.com

RCMP holding meet-and-greets downtown

Local RCMP and downtown business owners are working together to make their jobs more pleasant.
School’s out for summer

School’s out for summer

Today is the day many elementary school students have been thinking about since last September as the doors swung open at Warfield’s Webster School. Next stop is summer holidays.
Last of the Silver City cops

Last of the Silver City cops

Trail native Louis Trevisan recalls a day when the streets were patrolled by the city’s own police force
Balancing act

Balancing act

Sarah Conn walks a thin line during a relay race at Webster Elementary on Monday for the school’s sports day.
Stochmanski soaked

Stochmanski soaked

Retired RCMP member Joe Stochmanski gets payback for some of the tickets he wrote over the years at the Cops for Kids fundraiser held at Walmart over the weekend.
Colourful kids

Colourful kids

Kids enjoy painting window hangers at the Trail Public Library booth at the Teddy Bear Picnic Thursday at Gyro Park.
Helping hand provides kindness and care

Helping hand provides kindness and care

Editor’s Note: This is the first instalment of a regular feature highlighting the generousity and silent dedication of people in Greater Trail. In our goal to bring more good news to readers, the Trail Times hopes features like this shed a light on positive efforts and events in our surrounding communities.