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Atamanenko confident in new leader

The New Democrats have replaced the late Jack Layton with permanent party leader Thomas Mulcair.

Castlegar man arrested at gun point

A 22-year-old Castlegar man is in custody after he was taken down at gunpoint for allegedly robbing a local pharmacy.

Abuse puts public access to Fort Shepherd in jeopardy

Although the Fort Shepherd Conservancy Area opened this month, there still remains a danger of the popular area being closed.

Airport budget increase slashed despite extra scheduled flights

The regional district is now taking the conservative route when it comes to budgeting for Trail airport improvements this year.
Kootenay communities battle in lights-out competition

Kootenay communities battle in lights-out competition

The participant with the highest pledges in the FortisBC Earth Hour Challenge will receive bragging rights and $5,000

Avalanche strikes Bonnington heli-skiers

Two patients were transported to Trail's hospital after a Bonnington Mountain avalanche that left one man dead.

Pacific Coastal beefs up service to Trail

Pacific Coastal is expanding its service to the Trail Airport with significant schedule improvements taking flight this spring.

Teachers’ union aims to kill bill

Greater Trail teachers could be asked to walk off the job in attempt to kill a bill that has ended Phase 1 of their job action.

Gov’t approves Jumbo Glacier Resort

The province’s approval of a controversial all-season ski resort in the Jumbo Valley is receiving mixed reviews in Greater Trail area.

FortisBC protects pipeline, repairs eroded Columbia riverbed

JJm Construction has begun to repair an eroded riverbed that protects a gas pipeline downstream from Beaver Creek Park.