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City of Trail looks to develop downtown parking lots

Bringing more people into downtown can be achieved with development right along the river, according to Trail’s mayor.
Feds slow pace of Syrian refugee rescue to 'do it right'

Feds slow pace of Syrian refugee rescue to 'do it right'

Canada now aims to accept 10,000 refugees by end of December, remainder of 25,000 in January, February
Clark applauds Alberta carbon tax plan

Clark applauds Alberta carbon tax plan

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley unveils tax on consumer fuels, cap and trade system for industry, allows oil sands to grow
Christina Lake landmark burns to the ground

Christina Lake landmark burns to the ground

By the time fire crews responded to the blaze, most of the building had been destroyed.

Funding secured to highlight Lower Columbia tourism

“We’re working on this theme to get people to stay longer and spend more while they’re here.” ~ Deanne Steven, Tourism Rossland
B.C. Conservatives want to compete in 2017

B.C. Conservatives want to compete in 2017

Leader Dan Brooks is working to rebuild his fractured party with electoral reform and new industrial development
Three voices of Kootenay adoption

Three voices of Kootenay adoption

In honour of National Adoption Month Black Press interviewed three West Kootenay residents whose lives have been touched by adoption.
Go girls!

Go girls!

Students are actively raising money for a new playground structure at Webster Elementary School.

Cash infusion to decrease MRI wait times

For Greater Trail residents waiting for elective MRIs, this means sooner testing.
Fortis hoping to have all power restored today

Fortis hoping to have all power restored today

Tuesday night's winds knocked down a number of trees, impacting service in Rossland, Trail, Warfield, Salmo, Castlegar, and more.