Local News

Area A seeks views on cannabis rules

The public hearing for Area A residents will go Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 5 p.m.

Castlegar daycare selected for universal childcare pilot program

MLA Katrine Conroy presents letter of acceptance to the program to the Children’s Centre at Selkirk College

Trail liquor store held up Friday night

The perpetrator was brandishing a weapon that appeared to be a gun, according to the Trail RCMP

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Lest We Forget

Crowd fills downtown Trail for Remembrance Day ceremony

Nine-vehicle pileup closes Highway 3 near Castlegar

Two separate incidents on slushy highway; reports of injuries

Change to Trail hospital’s main entrance on Saturday

$19-million construction of the emergency wing is underway at Kootenay Boundary facility

  • Nov 9, 2018

U.S.-based tech company planning Rossland location

GoToTags will use city as base to service Canadian customers

Remembering Trail veterans

The Trail Legion now has 14 veterans from the Second World War

UPDATE: Police seek witnesses in Castlegar road rampage

Lake Country man faces 13 charges, including robbery, dangerous driving, flight from police, assault with a weapon, theft, and drug charges.

West Kootenay cities win grant to develop smart transportation

Castlegar, Nelson, Trail and Rossland have been awarded $40,000 for Smart Cities project

Conservation officer says farmers not doing enough after three grizzlies killed in Castlegar area

Little uptake on incentive programs for fencing frustrates local conservation officer

Acid shipments resume in Trail

IRM has nine new carrier trucks to ship sulphuric acid out of Teck Trail Ops

Castlegar airport reliability upgrade ‘at a standstill’

A year after its $260,000 report, the regional airport is no closer to shaking Cancel-gar reputation

Burning season on in the Kootenays

Flames from slash pile burns were visible on the outskirts of Trail Friday night

USW forestry workers headed for mediation

738 workers in East Kootenay, a further 175 in West Kootenay

ATCO employees in Fruitvale exempt from job action

175 USW forestry workers in West Kootenay affected; 738 in the East Kootenay

Trust supports trail development in Columbia Basin

Deadline for submissions is Dec. 18

  • Nov 7, 2018

Shorter hours announced for Nelway, Carson border crossings

The crossings will close at 8 p.m. beginning Nov. 26

Trail pipers honour end of First World War with early-morning tribute

Sunday, Nov. 11 at 6 am, pipers in 26 countries will play the traditional song, “When the Battle’s O’er”

Trail RCMP looking for tips on break-ins

Cash stolen from Star Grocery Friday night; witness spots man breaking into West Trail vehicle