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Grass Fire doused

Grass Fire doused

A grass fire spread in the ditch below the Willi Krause Fieldhouse on Tuesday afternoon but was quickly extinguised by KBR Fire Rescue.

Reel adventure awaits in youth film camp

Young film makers in Greater Trail are invited to participate in an upcoming digital film workshop
Carjacking of Creston man ends in shooting in Cranbrook

Carjacking of Creston man ends in shooting in Cranbrook

A routine drive to Cranbrook ended in a nightmare for Creston resident Alan Armstrong on Tuesday evening.

Bigger plume points to chimney repairs at Teck

The plume from Teck's zinc stack will be more visible this week as the company tries to get the repair to its main chimney completed.

Cops corral wanted men

Outstanding warrants received outstanding attention from the Trail Crime Reduction Unit as officers apprehended three Trail men.

School District 20 - Surplus cash already committed

The school district announced it had an $803,845 operating fund balance at the end of its operating year in August — but it really doesn’t.
A river runs through it: reclaiming the natural Columbia on Rivers Day

A river runs through it: reclaiming the natural Columbia on Rivers Day

The environmentally-geared event attracted more than 150 participants focused on removing litter from the shoreline of the Columbia River

Soil assessments up, contaminated yards down

The number of requests for soil assessments is going up in Trail but the percentage of contaminated yards needing remediation is dropping.
Bocce for better health

Bocce for better health

The Trail branch of the Stroke Recovery Association meet every Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church on Pine Avenue

FortisBC served with strike notice

81 Trail people served strike notice at FortisBC as employees of Cope 378 union voted in favour of a strike