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Councillor upset B.C. Hydro off the hook for Trail flood cleanup

City of Trail covers its share of high water cleanup bill
Flu clinics signal start of season

Flu clinics signal start of season

Greater Trail will be host to four flu clinics this fall.

Bus routes can be a slippery slope

Trail’s topography was the top topic of a resolution at the recent Union of B.C. Municipalities meeting in Victoria.
Downtown accident

Downtown accident

Trail traffic was backed up on Thursday afternoon after a motorcycle and car collided at the intersection of Bay Avenue and Victoria St.

Trail asks for bigger piece of CBT pie

Trail councillor is concerned about Columbia Basin Trust's distribution of annual community initiative funds.

West Kootenay honoured for transit leadership

The City of Trail cleaned up at the recent Union of B.C. Municipalities convention in Victoria, winning two major awards out of eight.

Security upgrades designed to protect residents of Columbia View Lodge

A $150,000 project is expected to upgrade the security at Columbia View Lodge to bring it up to compliance with current standards.

Wildfire protection grants prove too costly for Greater Trail taxpayers

There is money for wildfire prevention, but the cost to attain it would be nearly $1.5 million to Kootenay Boundary taxpayers

Trustee raises concerns over playground maintenance

Jenn Carter would like to see regular maintenance for School District 20's playgrounds, especially the one in Rossland.
Van a big part of helping those with mobility issues

Van a big part of helping those with mobility issues

All the Way Home program seeking Greater Trail donations to help cover van costs