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Metal thieves attack wired world

Metal thieves attack wired world

With copper trading at more than $3 a pound, thefts of phone wire have become a daily occurrence in B.C.
Forums offer a chance for citizens to quiz candidates

Forums offer a chance for citizens to quiz candidates

Greater Trail residents are invited to attend upcoming all-candidates forums with the first kicking off tonight.

ROSSLAND READS - Panelists meet tonight to defend book of choice

Readers unite: Rossland Reads kicks off today with its first of four panel discussions at Café Books West.

LCI survey first step in working with local businesses

The local economic development office has concluded the old adage about a “bird in hand” also applies to creating jobs and growth.

Police beef up patrols tonight

Trail RCMP are reminding residents that the last costume they want to see on Halloween night is a man or woman in a police uniform.

Trail scores five blooms in international competition

Trail is holding on to its blooming record but has dropped its overall score in the Communities In Bloom competition.

Recycling program offers alternative to landfill

People wishing to reduce their environmental footprints now have another option.

Rotary collecting food instead of treats

Rossland Rotary will be knocking on doors in search for food donations.

Profit increase good news for Teck and union

Revenue totaled $3.38 billion in the third quarter, up 40 per cent from $2.41 billion in the same period a year ago.
Bridge bash

Bridge bash

Firefighters were quick to the scene of a two-vehicle crash on the Victoria Street Bridge Wednesday afternoon.