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New Columbia Basin Trust grants aimed at social issues

Social well being and social issues are the target of the newly created Columbia Basin Trust Social Grants Program.

Man gets jail time after second coke bust

A 39-year-old man has been sentenced to 15 months after trying to swallow evidence to hide it from police.

Skool-Aid helping more families this year

The number of families plagued by the growing cost of education in Greater Trail is on the rise.
Picket line at ICBC

Picket line at ICBC

The ICBC office in Trail was picketed Tuesday morning along with 1,500 other unionized ICBC workers across BC as part of a contract dispute.

Site of electoral boundaries meeting irks local politicians

Local politicians are riled up after an Electoral Boundaries Commission omission eliminated Greater Trail from the public meeting schedule.

Montrose water well drilling complete

Robbin’s Engineering has just finished drilling the new water well for the Village of Montrose

Trail City Council briefs - GTCC to get final phase of paint job

RDKB has approved a proposal to paint the remainder of the Greater Trail Community Centre building.

Trail Councillor disputes claim in CBC story

Gord DeRosa said he does not believe allegations that Teck’s effluent and slag tainted the health of the residents of Northport, Wash.

ICBC Picket lines coming to Trail

ICBC employees at the Trail Claims Centre are expected to join 1,500 members across the province on the picket lines Tuesday.

Blood lead battle receives boost

Two new programs aimed at young and burgeoning families should help secure the health of people in Trail and Rivervale.