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Group secures funding for affordable housing

LCCDT's attainable housing committee has secured nearly $1 million in funding to purchase nine units in Greater Trail.

GREAT TRAIL ON THE BEAT - Driver handed 90-day ban for impaired driving

The driver refused to provide a breath sample and criminal charges have been laid.
B.C. communities want Canada goose kill permits

B.C. communities want Canada goose kill permits

Communities are again seeking federal and provincial permission to kill Canada geese that are fouling beaches and parks

Red expansion on track for season opening

Red Resort's expansion is on schedule and will open up 1000 acres with 22 new ski runs and offer "locals only" specials.
B.C. pulling ahead on LNG, Clark says

B.C. pulling ahead on LNG, Clark says

Premier pitches benefits for communities, says B.C. gas export projects are well ahead of U.S. competitors
Police lay charges in Grand Forks city hall fire

Police lay charges in Grand Forks city hall fire

Grand Forks man faces several charges including arson and break and enter

Beaver Falls issues another water advisory

Beaver Falls Waterworks District asks residents to boil water
Kootenay West MLA not interested in NDP leadership

Kootenay West MLA not interested in NDP leadership

Katrine Conroy 'happy' in serving West Kootenay voters

Tentative deal for school support staff

Looming job action by Greater Trail education support staff has been averted with a tentative two-year contract.
B.C. Municipalities: Local politicians support four-year terms

B.C. Municipalities: Local politicians support four-year terms

UBCM convention backs longer terms to match up with provincial elections, an issue that pits rural and urban communities