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Quiet bear season awaken by bruins in Glenmerry

It's the quietest bear season in 13 years, but conservation officers aren't attributing that to people managing their attractants.

Conservation grant program continues

The Waneta Expansion Project is slated for completion in 2015, but the economic effects have already been felt by many in Greater Trail.

Pacific Coastal expands Interior service but not to Trail

The airline is making new connections between some centres in the Kootenays and Okanagan with the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island.

Campaign slow to get rolling in Trail

Canvassers for Sensible BC will be collecting signatures at Waneta Plaza on Saturday.

Plan reveals challenges for Trail recreation

Trail Parks and Recreation Master Plan was revealed to the public Tuesday night and awaits public feedback.

Beware of scam artists

Trail RCMP have been getting multiple reports about suspicious phone calls received in the community.
Gaps wide in oil spill scenarios

Gaps wide in oil spill scenarios

Oil recovery in computer simulated oil spills could be as high as 25 per cent after five days, or as low as four per cent
Fewer electrical fires in B.C.: study

Fewer electrical fires in B.C.: study

Electrical fires of all kinds have declined over the past three years, including those sparked by illegal marijuana grow operations
Montrose council hears meter concerns

Montrose council hears meter concerns

Town meeting suggested to educate residents on smart meters

Americans seek changes to Columbia River Treaty

Changes would likely affect the $250 million annually that is brought to BC, a notable portion of which goes to Greater Trail and area.