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FortisBC served with strike notice

81 Trail people served strike notice at FortisBC as employees of Cope 378 union voted in favour of a strike

Reform pondered for high school graduation

A public meeting will be held in Castlegar on Monday, Oct 1 to discuss the future of highschool graduation.

Trail Times announces publishing changes

As of next week, the Trail Times will no longer be printing a Monday edition, but fresh content will still be available on this site.

Conservation officers forced to destroy bears in Trail

Two black bears found prowling last week in West Trail were destroyed Sunday afternoon.

Gold ‘scam’ draws another warning

A man who had his insurance licence suspended over one year ago in an “obvious scam” is back operating in the Greater Trail region.

Fire ban extended

Trail's dry weather has extended an open fire prohibition for another three weeks.

Jazz performance in Rossland

A Rossland-based band puts a twist on classical music by adding a vocal etude.

Greater Trail transit changes put service woes right

Transit services in the Greater Trail region have rebounded this year with more riders and revenue.

Trail Boundary expansion hurts valley, says director

A move to extend the City of Trail’s boundaries is a bad deal for the neighbouring Beaver Valley, says Ali Grieve.
Re-energized Symphony of the Kootenays forges ahead

Re-energized Symphony of the Kootenays forges ahead

New conductor Jeff Faragher signs on; plans for youth orchestra in the works