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After 20 years behind the Hawks bench, Terry Jones is looking forward to adding another KIJHL title when the Hawks begin playoffs on Friday.
The Trail Maple Leaf Band is recruiting new musicians as the concert ensemble heads into its 100th year.
Initial brewing underway for Trail beer enterprise
One hundred sixty-sixth in an alphabetical series on West Kootenay/Boundary place names.
2016 had the lowest annual average for lead and arsenic in community air ever recorded, according to THEC report.
The Trail Junior Curling Club will see 16 teams compete in its annual bonspiel this year.
Over 600 pounds of food and $140 in cash donations were collected for the local food bank at the Friday night Smoke Eaters game in Trail.
The Trail Maple Leaf Band is still marching strong into its centennial celebration.
Julia Love and staff from Ye Olde Flower Shoppe were spending the day with long stem roses on Family Day.
The 10th annual JL Crowe Variety Show is set for Thursday, Feb. 16 at 7 pm in The Bailey Theatre.
The MIDAS Fab Lab has become an integral part of creative and innovative regional community, including 150 high school students.
Locals are asked to bring a food item and cheer to the Smoke Eaters game Friday night. All proceeds to the Trail United Church food bank.
Trail Smoke Eaters opened its new offices on Wednesday, and continue with upgrades to the Trail Memorial Centre.
A look back in Silver City history, Feb. 1, 1896. The first copper furnace came on line in Trail Creek Landing.
Ian and Kathy McAlpine of Montrose are featured in the 2016 Lung Cancer Canada 2016 ‘The Faces of Lung Cancer Report.’
Jakki Van Hemert brings a wealth of experience to her new position as local coordinator of the Trail Special Olympics program.
Behind the scenes the clock is ticking to stock the museum/library with important historical artifacts.
The Pee Wee Vipers won the Peed Wee House Tournament in Trail on Sunday. This was the third tourney win this season for the Vipers.
The rink was rocking Saturday night, and the Smoke Eaters were loving it, writes Trail Times columnist Dave Thompson.
Myron Nichol and Bill van Yzerloo skipped their respective teams to a tie for first place in the Kootenay Savings Super League.