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Forensics team investigates Salmo vandalism

Salmo RCMP have enlisted a forensics team to assist in the investigation into vandalism to village property.
Police investigating cause of blaze that consumed three homes

Police investigating cause of blaze that consumed three homes

Monday morning fire damaged three homes in West Trail

Threats escalate in Village of Salmo

Council puts an end to public time at meetings due to unruly behaviour.
Tanker research 'subsidy' to Enbridge, Greens say

Tanker research 'subsidy' to Enbridge, Greens say

Elizabeth May accuses the Conservative government of "doing Enbridge's homework" on oil spill hazards off B.C.'s North Coast
Fewer forest fires in sunny B.C. summer

Fewer forest fires in sunny B.C. summer

B.C. has emerged from one of its sunnier summers in recent years with relatively little forest fire damage.
Update: Agriculture community mourns loss of Sardinha

Update: Agriculture community mourns loss of Sardinha

Summerland grower dead at 52 from apparent heart attack, leaves behind wife and two sons
Fire Crews Respond to West Trail blaze

Fire Crews Respond to West Trail blaze

Firefighters from Trail,Warfield, Rossland and Montrose battle early morning fire in West Trail.
ICBC seeks 4.9% insurance rate hike

ICBC seeks 4.9% insurance rate hike

ICBC has applied for a 4.9 per cent rate increase to its basic vehicle insurance rates to take effect Nov. 1

Cops will keep close eye on school zones

A new school year starts next week and RCMP Traffic Services are reminding drivers to exercise caution in school zones.

No changes to Trail flights yet despite YVR strike notice

A walkout by 350 Union of Canadian Transportation Employees at YVR is not expected to cause any delays or interruptions.