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Trail food banks welcome garden produce

Trail food banks welcome garden produce

Trail food banks are asking residents to drop off any extra garden produce.
Man jumps in river to elude Trail police, presumed drowned

Man jumps in river to elude Trail police, presumed drowned

Efforts to arrest man turns into Columbia River search
Premier Clark winds up Kelowna byelection run

Premier Clark winds up Kelowna byelection run

Premier Christy Clark's bid to get a seat in the B.C. legislature culminates today as voters go to the polls in Westside-Kelowna.

Canada Post franchise plan for Trail in hands of politicians

In a bid to keep Canada Post from privatizing its Trail location, the postal workers union has completed its own mailing campaign.

No major injuries in three-car crash

Trail RCMP responded to a three vehicle accident on Highway 3B at Devito Drive Friday afternoon. There were no serious injuries.

Koots for Calgary - Relief response fills four semi trailers

Greater Trail's Trina Howell is grateful for the help in dealing with the donations that have been loaded and shipped to Alberta.
Children motivate man on long walk

Children motivate man on long walk

Vancouver man stops in Trail on his journey from Hope to Calgary to raise money for the Children’s Aid Foundation
B.C. seeks lessons from Quebec disaster

B.C. seeks lessons from Quebec disaster

B.C. will incorporate lessons from the Lac Megantic rail disaster in its own effort to improve oil spill protection

Few takers for tax exemption

Much ado about a tax exemption bylaw earlier this year hasn’t sparked much renovation action in the downtown core just yet.
Warfield pool still empty as summer heats up

Warfield pool still empty as summer heats up

Work on the pool is expected to take another two weeks to complete.