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Local ski clip goes viral

Not many people think of hitting the streets of Trail when they prepare to make first tracks.

Most frequently stolen vehicles - make and model makes no difference locally, says police

Opportunity remains the most frequently stolen vehicle in Trail, while the Ford F350 remains is the most stolen vehicle in the Kootenays.

Village of Warfield asked to keep a tight leash on its dog bylaw

A Warfield woman has asked village council to keep a tight leash on enforcement after her friend’s pet was attacked late last month.

Border crossings under review

Leaked document details potential changes for Nelway and Midway border crossings.

Waneta Expansion Project construction taps into local labour market

Local hiring practices at the Waneta Expansion Project have meant a Christmas at home for 170 families in the Greater Trail area.

Kootenay cops bust coke dealers

A 4 month investigation has resulted in 5 Castlegar men charged with trafficking cocaine and one Fruitvale woman wanted for pushing ecstasy.

Labour shortage looming in next decade

The Kootenays will suffer a labour shortage in the next 10 years, according to the executive director of the Industry Trades Authority.

Fruitvale clinic reopens after fire

The only medical clinic in Fruitvale reopened Wednesday after a fire last Friday night shut down services for a couple days this week.

Smart meter opponents call for more study

Warfield Mayor Bert Crockett calls for a deeper look into the benefit of BC Hydro's 'smart meters'.

Solutions to gender disparity sought for School District 20

Gender inequality continues to plague School District 20 as boys in the district are underperforming girls by 7% in required exams