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West Kootenay EcoSociety opens new office in downtown Trail

Located on Eldorado Street, the new site opened last week

Cannabis category added to Grand Forks Fall Fair

Mayor to be among judges evaluating look, smell and ‘burnability’

Trail Mounties guide horseback riders through town

Keca sisters riding across Canada for Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides

Updated: Early-morning fire near Trail destroys travel trailer and van

An arson-trained RCMP investigator will examine the scene

Working up a sweat

East Trail fitness re-opens with reduced hours on Monday, Aug. 19

  • Aug 16, 2019
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Anglican churches in Nelson, Balfour, Kaslo to marry same-gender couples

Rev. Jeff Donnelly says he’d love to host LGBTQ weddings

Mind your household habits; 5 bears destroyed in Rossland/Trail

41 calls to West Kootenay COS about black bears this season, so far

Update: Two women injured after motorcycle accident in Trail

The collision occurred Wednesday night just after 9 p.m.

Trail RCMP report thefts, MVA, $500 fraud

Report from Sgt. Mike Wicentowich of the Greater Trail RCMP

Pregnant Kootenay teachers fight to change compensation rules

Risk to unborn babies not recognized by WorkSafeBC

RCMP: 18 impaired drivers caught in days after Shambhala

Police also found 272 other violations on Monday and Tuesday

Rosslanders warned to be careful as cougar roams community

Cougar treed by a dog today; COs patrolling for the animal

Housing plan coming for Kootenay Boundary

RDKB successful in first intake of the housing needs reports funding program

Family on way to a wedding when girl, 4, killed in crash near Creston

The Alberta family was travelling through B.C. for a wedding when their RV was in a serious collision

Grand Forks seeks more money for flood buyouts

“There’s no harm in asking again, and again and again,” said Coun. Neil Krog.

West Kootenay trail designation sparks debate

Columbia-Western Trail may lose its recreational status if province gets its way

Slocan man’s family still waiting for inquest into 2014 death

Lawyer for de Groot family say many questions remain unanswered about his 2014 death

De Groot family still waiting for inquest after 2014 Slocan shooting

Lawyer for Peter De Groot’s family say many questions remain unanswered

Fusing two projects into one at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

Construction change includes second story to new wing at KBRH