Local News

First steps taken to tear down Union Hotel

The City of Trail bought the Union Hotel and two Cedar Avenue properties last fall

Where does Warfield stand on pot legalization?

Langman back from BC Mayors’ Caucus; April 25 meeting for village insight on marijuana legalization

Kootenay weather warning: Winter returns at high elevations

Kootenay Pass could see 15-20 cm of snow on Thursday

  • Mar 22nd, 2018

Meeting reveals emotional toll of poverty in Trail

B.C. is developing the province’s first Poverty Reduction Plan

Winning lottery ticket sold in Nakusp

BC Lotteries searching for Dec. 22 ticket holder

Just ‘more red tape’

Local business person offers opinion on proposed gun legislation

Ottawa proposes strict packaging for cannabis products
No leads on Montreal boy missing since Monday: Police
'New wave' of anti-pipeline protests return to Trans Mountain site
Survivors tell stories at rally against '60s Scoop settlement

Coyote destroyed in Trail

Control your attractants, says West Kootenay Conservation Officer

Forget the birds, remember the bears

First black bear sighting was in Montrose on March 14, confirmed WildsafeBC

Smokies back on home ice tonight

The puck for Game 3 drops tonight at 7 p.m. in the Cominco Arena

  • Mar 20th, 2018

Greater Trail police officer involved in Highway 3B crash

The accident happened Wednesday night at the Waneta Plaza lights

Needles killer frightened many in our town: BC author

Roy Bugera disrupted life in a quiet Vancouver Island village before moving to Arrow Lakes

Rossland Council approves rezoning for Red developments

Rossland City Council approved two bylaws regarding new developments out at Red Mountain.

Council seeks lower speed through Trail

The topic of speed through Trail came up during RCMP Sgt. Darren Oelke’s visit to council

No dedicated parking for the Riverfront Centre

Trail council opted to retain long term parking in the lot across the street from the new complex

SPCA has identified owner of dog with chain collar embedded in neck

Good Samaritans found shar-pei/Labrador cross roaming forest service road betwen Creston and Yahk

Push for new elementary school in Glenmerry

Interim fixes not enough, says Glenmerry Parents’ Advisory Council

Facelift for Lower Sunningdale Park

The city received a $32,500 recreation grant from Columbia Basin Trust for respective work

Trail digs in

The City of Trail is installing a new manhole on Columbia Avenue

  • Mar 14th, 2018

Montrose water advisory begins Tuesday

Repairs are being made to the village’s upper water reservoir

Quiet start to 2018 for South Columbia Search and Rescue

South Columbia members are focusing on updating training