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Bear paws discovered in downtown alley

The two bear paws discovered in an alley behind Cedar Ave., in downtown Trail remain a mystery to local law enforcement.
Premier Clark: 'We will not let them win'

Premier Clark: 'We will not let them win'

Bombs apparently targeted thousands gathered at legislature for Canada Day.
Surrey duo arrested in foiled plot to bomb Canada Day crowd at Legislature in Victoria

Surrey duo arrested in foiled plot to bomb Canada Day crowd at Legislature in Victoria

Police call it case of domestic terrorism, inspired by 'Al-Qaeda'; Premier to speak
Trail family needs help loading donations

Trail family needs help loading donations

Overwhelming response to help Alberta flood victims
Greater Trail celebrates Canada's birthday

Greater Trail celebrates Canada's birthday

Sunshine, music, great food highlight parties in Trail and Fruitvale

Company raises stink over Salmo garbage contract

Salmo council’s decision to tender out the village’s garbage contract, has left a local company feeling the sting.
Greater Trail emergency committee adapting to changes

Greater Trail emergency committee adapting to changes

Columbia River expected to rise another 1.2 metres over the weekend
NDP blasts B.C. budget update

NDP blasts B.C. budget update

Deteriorating financial results make it even less likely B.C. Liberals can balance budget, finance critic Mike Farnworth says.
Trail family spurs donation drive for Alberta flood victims

Trail family spurs donation drive for Alberta flood victims

John Howell and his family have parked a 53-foot trailer outside their home to fill with donated items to send to flood-affected areas.
B.C. Budget: Province aims to hold line on union wage demands

B.C. Budget: Province aims to hold line on union wage demands

Government revenues have fallen $900 million short of February's budget projections, finance minister Mike de Jong revealed.