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Accident victim from Trail identified

RCMP released the name of a Trail man who remains in critical condition at Vancouver General Hospital after a serious accident on Saturday in Nakusp.

Sunningdale woman digging up support for off-leash dog park

A Sunningdale dog owner pushing for an off-leash park for pets to run free has her eye on grounds that have been slotted for a Kinsmen Interpretive Park.
Premier wants riot trials broadcast

Premier wants riot trials broadcast

Attorney General Shirley Bond has ordered Crown prosecutors to ask judges to allow TV and radio coverage of court proceedings for those accused of participating in the Stanley Cup riot in June. But even if it happens, it will be highly restricted.

September weather driest in two decades

It has been over two decades since the region has experienced September weather like the month that just concluded.

Trail man in critical condition following crash

A Trail man remains in critical condition at Vancouver General Hospital, after a single vehicle collision north of Nakusp Saturday.

Municipal Elections - Nomination period opens today

The starting pistol fired today for the 2011 B.C. municipal elections.
Teacher talks loom over legislative session

Teacher talks loom over legislative session

The B.C. government will provide more money for special-needs support in the province's public schools, and impose new training on teachers, according to Premier Christy Clark's first throne speech.
Citizens bring park project to fruition

Citizens bring park project to fruition

Two and a half years ago a Tadanac resident realized the neighborhood needed a new playground.

Annual UBCM does little to quell concerns

Trail and Rossland pick up community awards
Clark offers $30 million for rec facilities

Clark offers $30 million for rec facilities

Premier Christy Clark has used her first keynote address to municipal leaders to announce what she calls a "modest" $30 million fund for local recreation centres, playgrounds and trails.