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Fruitvale council keeps rein on property taxes

Fruitvale residents could be excused if they felt a hand in their wallets Monday night and it wasn’t their own.

WorkBC employment SErvices Partnership bridges gaps for victims of violence

New options are coming available for women who have been victimized.

Pipe failure in Montrose leads to water woes

Water restrictions are in effect for Montrose and Beaver Falls after a break occurred in the water lines early Friday morning.

Border bust nets 80 pounds of cocaine

Three men transporting cocaine were tracked at the Nelway border crossing.
Silver city Days Festival offers something for everyone

Silver city Days Festival offers something for everyone

A taste of something new and something old highlights the 48th annual Silver City Days, which begin today in Trail.

Trail's Silver City Days funds restored

You would expect a roller coaster ride during Trail's Silver City Days, but not leading up to it.

West Kootenay's School District 20 budget quietly passes

With little fanfare the new school district budget officially passed late last week into legislation.

Salmo - Contaminants pose potential risk at old mine

The Howard Mine, north of Salmo, has been been identified as contaminated and is being cleaned up.
Trail-Warfield Citizen of the Year - Taylor’s efforts recognized

Trail-Warfield Citizen of the Year - Taylor’s efforts recognized

Margaret Taylor, long-time and dedicated volunteer, has been awarded Trail-Warfield Citizen of the Year.

Fire damages one of Trail’s oldest homes

One of the oldest homes in the city could be permanently damaged after a structure fire broke out Wednesday night on Oak Street.