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Ports of entry staff spared in border cuts, says agency

Southern Interior MP Alex Atamanenko skeptical over claims that axe won’t fall in Greater Trail.

Gordy Steep Memorial Sick Children's Fund in search of donations

Fundraising event for Gordy Steep Memorial Sick Children’s Fund set for Saturday at Riverbelle in Trail

Columbia Basin Trust's affordable housing details on the horizon

Details on how the Columbia Basin Trust affordable housing project is delivered in the Greater Trail region will be revealed late April

Kootenay teachers to vote on plan of action in face of Bill 22

This week will be the testing ground for whether the province’s back-to-work legislation has sufficiently cowed teachers.
Trail Daily Times welcomes new addition to newsroom

Trail Daily Times welcomes new addition to newsroom

Breanne Massey joined the Trail Daily Times less than one year after graduating from the journalism program at Thompson Rivers University.

Greater Trail AKBLG Convention - Bright idea produces green benefits

A proposed plan to cut power usage to city street lights down to 7% will be unveiled this week at the AKBLG convention in Trail

Graduating sheriffs ride into West Kootenay courts

Ministry of Justice adds two new sheriffs to roster

Kootenay report cards due

The Labour Relations Board ruled Monday that teachers must produce report cards from the beginning of the school year.

Community on display during AKBLG convention

Representatives from 26 towns and four districts arrive in Trail Thursday for AKBLG convention

Trail City Council: Concerns raised over federal budget

Trail is taking its first kick at the federal budget that was unveiled last month.