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New way of learning piloted by Rossland Secondary

Blended learning is the way education will be delivered in the province — and it is being piloted right here in School District 20.

Trail school chosen for new program

Trail Middle School have been selected by the LIFT Philanthropy Partners vto host the Take a Hike program.
Operation Christmas Child spreads joy around the world

Operation Christmas Child spreads joy around the world

Operation Christmas Child has kicked off its shoebox campaign in the Greater Trail region for the coming season.
Annual Fall Cleanup set to sweep through local communities

Annual Fall Cleanup set to sweep through local communities

City of Trail has slated a Fall Clean-Up program to pick-up yard and garden waste and branches throughout Greater Trail at no cost.

Director opposes logging in Casino’s watershed

A forested area in Casino’s watershed is on the chopping block as a referral for comment for harvesting timber has been approved.

Montrose - Residents growling over bear problems

5 Montrose men attended a regular village council meeting Monday night to express their concerns regarding the number of bears in Montrose.
Preparations underway for February's Pink Shirt Day

Preparations underway for February's Pink Shirt Day

The next Pink Shirt Day (i.e. Anti-Bullying Day) will take place across Canada on February 27, 2013.

Arbitrator chosen for Trail-Rossland sewer dispute

The province has chosen an arbitrator in the sewer dispute between the cities of Trail and Rossland.

Kootenay jobless rate inches up

The jobless rate in the West Kootenay is rising, according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada.

Funds add a few teaching positions to district schools

The school district has hired the equivalent of 3.7 full time teaching positions with money gleaned from last spring's job action.