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Slight increase set for Trail utility rates

City of Trail ratepayers will see a nominal increase of $2.20 per month for water, sewer and garbage collection.

Trail lawyer appointed provincial judge

Robert Brown, partner at Thompson, Lerose & Brown in Trail, was appointed as a provincial court judge this week.
Former B.C. premier Bill Bennett dies

Former B.C. premier Bill Bennett dies

Former B.C. premier Bill Bennet died Thursday at age 83. Bennett, who suffered from Alzheimer's, was B.C.'s premier from 1975 to 1986.

Riverfront Centre size shrunk to fit budget

The new Riverfront Centre is going to be a little bit smaller after costs came in $3.7 million over budget.
Premier rejects Trudeau plan for Senate

Premier rejects Trudeau plan for Senate

Independent panel doesn't fix B.C.'s under-representation in the Senate, Christy Clark tells Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Variable speed limits coming to three highways

Variable speed limits coming to three highways

Digital signs being installed, but much of winter may be over before they're working
Liquor stores aim to sell marijuana

Liquor stores aim to sell marijuana

Private, government stores 'best suited' to become weed dealers, say union, store owners

At-risk children, youth refocused at school board level

SD20 and community agencies look to identify the most prevalent needs of vulnerable children and youth.

New Interior Health boss visits KBRH

Interior Health’s new CEO Chris Mazurkewich made a point of stopping in Trail Tuesday to speak with hospital staff and elected officials.
B.C. aims for $15B in farm product revenues

B.C. aims for $15B in farm product revenues

Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick says climate change may benefit B.C. agriculture, but more irrigation is a priority