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Prime time for pruning

The City of Trail will begin its spring clean-up program next week

  • Apr 9, 2019

Vehicle write-offs near 700 after Trail acid spills

Family Insurance received 600+ claims to date; one-in-three written off due to acid contamination

Trail fills a key role in public works

Dave Moorehead has been appointed to roads and grounds superintendent

No chance at parole for 50 years for Calgary double killer
Climber attempts to scale Eiffel Tower in Paris
Gender filter stirs emotions for some trans people
Graduation speaker pledges to pay students' debt

Expect delays at the Paulson Bridge between Castlegar and Grand Forks

Construction will last through the fall on section of Highway 3.

Trail RCMP investigating child pornography case

The detachment reminds the public to protect their wifi password

Rossland youth learn about climate action from provincial leader

“It’s not something we can just talk about, we have to take action.”

Nelson city hall to help staff buy electric bikes

Purchase price will be repaid through payroll deductions

One-year celebration at Trail Riverfront Centre on Saturday

The community is invited to an open house from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.; activities planned all day

Kootenay spring brings out the motorcycles

BC RCMP Traffic Services remind motorists to be vigilant for motorcyclists this season

  • Apr 4, 2019

Dog, missing for weeks, rescued from cliff near Castlegar

A pair of rock climbers save dog in dramatic rescue on Brilliant Bluffs

IRM updates acid transport operations from Trail smelter

IRM: Trimac secured four new acid trailers designed and built specifically for this acid transport

City of Trail offers new reporting app

Really Simple Reporting brings a customized phone app to encourage reporting on various issues

  • Apr 4, 2019

Tick season arrives in Trail

Interior Health recommends walking on cleared trails when in tall grass or wooded areas

Symposium coming up for Kootenay United Cannabis Association

Goal of the April 11 symposium is to capture the voices of stakeholders, identify the barriers …

  • Apr 4, 2019

West Kootenay winter ends with a whisper

March snowfall well above norm, but the month was dry with less than half the average precipitation

City of Rossland proposes 3% tax increase

Less than last year, but average homeowner will still pay $68 more

Trail appoints members to Seniors Advisory Committee

Committee’s first meeting is slated for April 29

One year after Trail acid spill, claims still trickling in

Approximately 440+ vehicles failed ICBC inspections due to sulphuric acid contamination