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Jazz performance in Rossland

A Rossland-based band puts a twist on classical music by adding a vocal etude.

Greater Trail transit changes put service woes right

Transit services in the Greater Trail region have rebounded this year with more riders and revenue.

Trail Boundary expansion hurts valley, says director

A move to extend the City of Trail’s boundaries is a bad deal for the neighbouring Beaver Valley, says Ali Grieve.
Re-energized Symphony of the Kootenays forges ahead

Re-energized Symphony of the Kootenays forges ahead

New conductor Jeff Faragher signs on; plans for youth orchestra in the works

Committee agrees to create long-term cemetery plan

The issue of a lack of cemetery plots in the Greater Trail region could remain buried no longer.

Record water levels wreaked havoc on sewer system

High water levels in Trail have forced the City to pay up.

Aquatic Centre upgrade delayed by delivery

Completion of the multi-million dollar upgrades on Trail’s aquatic centre have been delayed.

New Columbia Basin Trust grants aimed at social issues

Social well being and social issues are the target of the newly created Columbia Basin Trust Social Grants Program.

Man gets jail time after second coke bust

A 39-year-old man has been sentenced to 15 months after trying to swallow evidence to hide it from police.

Skool-Aid helping more families this year

The number of families plagued by the growing cost of education in Greater Trail is on the rise.