Local News

Be prepared for smoke pollution this B.C. wildfire season

Interior Health says the best way to stay healthy is to reduce your exposure to smoke

Kinks worked out after Kootenay Boundary emergency test alert

RDKB system allows EOC to send out emergency notifications

Trail RCMP remind drivers to keep their cool

“Drive defensively, give yourself extra time, and remain patient …”

Trudeau on Trans Mountain and climate action
Documents shed light on seniors poverty figures used by federal Liberals
Money Monitor: Summer travel deals require flexibility
Study says rents in most cities are unaffordable for lower-income earners

Trail loses bid for 2021 National Junior A Championship

To view the full document visit trail.ca/2021Bid

Lightning strikes close to home in Fruitvale

Bolt causes damage to electrical panel and kitchen stove

Company to collaborate on logging near Nelson

Logging will include wildfire protection

City advises of traffic change in downtown Trail

Union Hotel teardown is currently underway

Family dog believed to be killed by raccoons in Trail park, found alive

City of Trail will be posting warning signs about aggressive raccoons near Gyro Park

‘Feast for the Senses’ in Greater Trail, Saturday

Hills to Valley garden, music, and art tour goes July 6

Rossland dog rescue group seeks foster homes

Animal group brings dozens of dogs a year here from Alberta

Family pet killed by raccoons near East Trail park

City of Trail posting warning signs about aggressive raccoons near Gyro Park

Severe thunderstorm watch in West Kootenay

Advisory for Highway 3 from Paulson Pass to Kootenay Pass

UPDATE: Police comment on search for missing Salmo man

Search crews seeking more infomation on Cory McKay

Greater Trail tax hit hinges on government grants

Regional sewage treatment plant needs upgrade to secondary processing

Trail RCMP report drunk drivers, arrests

Trail police responded to 62 calls to service

Lightning strike behind Oasis smoke

Wildfire season heating up in Trail and Greater Area

RDCK examines booking policy after backlash over religious event

Regional government to make sure groups abide by provincial discrimination and human rights policy

Recent rains fail to put dent in Kootenay’s water deficit

Total precipitation since March is only half of normal

Trail endorses safety action plan

The plan is part of the Community Safety Strategy Report

Grand Forks flood-affected properties to be bought at ‘post-flood value’

The buyouts are part of the city’s plan to mitigate future flood impacts