Local News

RCMP disrupt Castlegar-Trail-Salmo drug flow

Bust on Nov. 6 leads to two arrests

Keepers of history: Trail Legion remembers every day

Observance set for the Trail Cenotaph on Monday, Nov. 11

Rossland launches discussion on new affordable housing

$15 million project could also include new city hall

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UBC cancels second-term exchanges to Hong Kong
Unifor announces full walkout for transit workers in Metro Vancouver
MacLean says he doesn't believe Cherry is racist

Creston mourns loss of local business owner

The accident happened in Alberta earlier this week

Trail and District Chamber hands out 2019 business awards

Chamber’s event held at the Colombo Lodge on Oct. 19

  • Nov 7, 2019

Full house expected at Trail shelter this winter

Extreme weather response shelters are funded by the province

‘Jason Bay Field’ to be included at Trail ball park

Trail council approved in principle to include “Jason Bay Field” at Butler Park

  • Nov 7, 2019

Building blocks up at Kootenay Boundary hospital

Ground broke in East Trail a year ago

  • Nov 7, 2019

Equipment arrives for Kalesnikoff mass timber facility

The $35 million facility near Castlegar will produce glulam beams and cross-laminated panels.

UPDATE: Fire finally out at Villa Motel in Nelson

Fire crews spent most of Wednesday trying to contain the blaze

New fire engine arrives at Kootenay Boundary Fire Rescue

The replacement truck arrived in Trail last week

City of Trail sweeper destroyed by fire

Sweeper was brand new and in working order by the operator just before the fire started

Public hearing in Warfield for ‘edibles’ application

Council enacted regulations last year, including only 2 stores permitted

Railtown cannabis rezoning goes to public hearing

Property at 45 Government Rd. will have site-specific zoning rules

RDKB declares climate action imperative

Regional District of Kootenay Boundary joins other local governments in declaration

Trail RCMP report thefts and more

Weekly news brief from Sgt. Mike Wicentowich of the Trail and Greater District police

Trail library receives $69,000 for digital technology

16 projects receive nearly $480,000 from the Trust’s Community Technology Program

Power surge mystifies Shoreacres residents

Reports of electrical arcing, ruined equipment in homes before outage