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Precipitation total keeps climbing for West Kootenays

With one month left in 2012, this could be the wettest year on record after another 162.9mm of precipitation fell in November.

New $500,000 CT scanner added to Greater Trail hospital’s inventory

KBRH has purchased a new state-of-the-art CT (computed tomography) scanner.

Trail makes top-10 for home affordability

Coldwell Banker survey ranks city seventh in Canada for lowest price of four-bed, two-bath homes

Accident victim identified

RCMP has identified the victim of a downtown accident on Wednesday morning as Diane Latondress of Trail.

Wood Stove Exchange Program - More funds equals less smoke

The wood stove exchange program will continue in 2013, providing grant funding totalling over $192,000 to 14 communities.
Downtown investigation

Downtown investigation

An RCMP officer snaps photos of a vehicle in downtown Trail on Wednesday morning. No details were released as of press time.

‘Survey says’

Questions answered in relocation of Trail and District Public Library

Trail mayor relieved Teck project delayed not cancelled

Mayor Dieter Boggs is disappointed that the e-waste project is not moving ahead, but is relieved that it has not been cancelled.

West Kootenay Transit open houses will help shape future

The public transit system within the West Kootenay stands poised to become one of the few truly regional transit systems in the province.

Warfield parking concerns raised

At Warfield's Council meeting concerns were raised regarding snow removal on narrow streets during the wintertime.