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Trail pauses to remember fallen heroes and veterans

Trail pauses to remember fallen heroes and veterans

A large crowd paused to reflect in downtown Trail during the Remembrance Day ceremony Monday.

Sister completes journey to honour brother who died in WW II

Ruth Roberts travels bumpy road to top of mountain to say goodbye
Minister rejects report of ALR demise

Minister rejects report of ALR demise

Proposal to dismantle agricultural land commission "so secret I don't even know about it myself," Bill Bennett says

First hat thrown in the ring to replace retiring MP

Margaret Maximenko of Christina Lake is seeking a nomination for the newly created South Okanagan West Kootenay Riding.

Greater Trail on the Beat: Lunchtime dispute turns physical

A verbal disagreement escalated to physical assault on Oct 30 and led to one arrest.
$66 million spent to 'talk' about aboriginal kids

$66 million spent to 'talk' about aboriginal kids

Minister admits government 'strayed from its mandate' to provide direct services to children in need of protection

Final round for Greater Trail public input on river treaty

Local meeting set for tonight at Castlegar’s Sandman Inn

Village of Montrose addresses wildlife and zoning plans

Montrose has enacted a new bylaw to help with the growing number of bear sightings.
Trail gets cash to help with downtown improvements

Trail gets cash to help with downtown improvements

Trail has netted $150,000 to help with redesigning Victoria St and replace aging infrastructure.
Premiers Christy Clark, Alison Redford find common pipeline ground (VIDEO)

Premiers Christy Clark, Alison Redford find common pipeline ground (VIDEO)

Redford says her province supports B.C.'s oil revenue demand, as long as it doesn't come at the Alberta government's expense.