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National leadership candidate visits riding

Young Quebec MPs will also tour West Kootenay region

Area B to vote on new chapter in library deal

Area B residents will soon cast their votes on whether a library card outweighs lower taxes at an upcoming referendum.
NDP walks fine line on B.C. seats

NDP walks fine line on B.C. seats

Federal NDP leadership candidate Brian Topp walked into controversy over the allocation of seven new MP seats for B.C. Thursday.

Library looking for room to keep growing

City council heard that the current location of the Trail Library in the Trail Memorial Centre doesn’t suit its future needs.
Stick with B.C. Liberals, Manning says

Stick with B.C. Liberals, Manning says

Reform Party founder Preston Manning says his former colleague John Cummins is going the wrong way.
Condo site up for sale

Condo site up for sale

Plans for a hotel and condo development at Rock Island have fallen on hard times and the property is now up for sale.

SPCA investigator seeks witnesses in dog shooting

A BC SPCA cruelty investigator is seeking the public’s help regarding the shooting death of a three-year-old Akita mix dog named Axl.
Heat on teachers in report card dispute

Heat on teachers in report card dispute

The bargaining agent for B.C. school districts is expected to seek an order forcing teachers to provide report cards.

District issues report cards without grades

Some School District 20 kids will be breathing a sigh of relief when their first report cards turn up.

Rosslanders express rec worries online

Rossland residents tired of paying double to go for a swim in Trail are gaining support online.