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Being in the spotlight with all eyes on you, even judging your form it’s not scary when you work hard. In fact, it’s quite empowering.
Fruitvale’s Denis Moreau, a self-proclaimed snow agglomeration expert, put his snow carving skills to good use.
Stephanie Kellett’s ‘Landscape, Migration and Wildness’ opens with a public reception Friday from 6-8:30 p.m. in the VISAC.
Red Cross disaster management volunteers from the Trail area helped with two of the most riveting stories in Canada last year.
Keira Mackenzie Dowkes made her entrance to the world three weeks early making her the first baby born in 2017 at KBRH.
Tom Gawryletz and Rick Basso were recognized by the Trail Smoke Eaters for their years of volunteer service to the team.
Cold weather gripping Greater Trail area partly to blame
Seventy-seven people took part in New Year's traditional swim at Trail's Gyro Park
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City of Trail busy keeping streets clear for traffic
Mrs Claus made a visit to the Trail area's youngest readers at the district public library.
Janis Woods paints a finishing coat of silver to wooden picture frames in the Handmade By store.
Who remembers the story about the little Gingerbread Man?
Trail mayor cuts ribbon on $15-million bridge project
Anticipation is in the air as many await their first walk across the Columbia River Skywalk on Thursday afternoon.
Beaver Valley Rec is celebrating the holiday season with lots of activities for local families.
Snow and ice pose a serious hazard for carrier work-related activities. Carriers sustain serious injuries from slips and falls.