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Pressure grows for disability support

Pressure grows for disability support

A B.C. Liberal MLA has joined opposition calls for an overhaul of services to developmentally disabled people.

Palliative care seeks community support

Like a phoenix, palliative care has risen from the ashes as a non-profit society in Trail with two new professionals running the program.

Head-on-crash claims Trail man

Police have identified a 44-year-old Trail man who was killed in a head-on collision about seven kilometres south of Castlegar last week.
Annual flu shot season begins

Annual flu shot season begins

Doctors' offices, clinics and pharmacies have begun the annual influenza vaccination program, which is free for seniors and children between six and 23 months old.

Field set for municipal election

Mayors for Rossland, Trail and Warfield already determined

Chernoff faces Zaitsoff for mayor

In Castlegar incumbent Lawrence Chernoff will face a challenge from Gord Zaitsoff for the mayor’s chair.

Gulch woman distraught over bear shooting

A woman felt sick to her stomach after watching a local conservation officer destroy a bear Wednesday.
Downtown drilling

Downtown drilling

The crew from Integrity Drilling were boring into the downtown core this week.

Warfield resident steaming over coffee roasting neighbour

A daily dose of coffee has one Warfield household heated.
A shot of prevention

A shot of prevention

Ferraro Foods pharmacist Lee Boyer prepares to give fourth-year UBC student Jared Siemens, who’s completing a practicum at the Trail pharmacy, a flu shot Wednesday. The pharmacy is offering up the “trivalent” vaccine – an updated version of the H1N1 and seasonal flu shot – for free along with other locations in the city like Zellers.