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The last thing Local 480 President Armindo DeMedeiros grabbed on his way of the door to Africa, was the Trail Times in his mailbox.
Snow is forecast to arrive just in time for Silver City Nite on Saturday, in the meantime residents and pets are bundling up.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at St. Michael's Elementary School.
Trail Legion ladies are roasting 160 pounds of Christmas fowl for their senior guests on Thursday afternoon.
Radon tests in the Trail area have shown indoor levels up to three times higher than Health Canada’s safety guideline.
Cool thing for the day. See how your city/region has changed over the last 30 years via Google Timelapse...
The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women will be honoured in Trail at dusk Tuesday when bridge lights go red.
For a third season, Trail Transit is readying to Stuff the Bus, with BC Transit, the regional district and Ferraro Foods on board.
Winter made an arrival throughout many parts of the region on Tuesday including Rossland.
Kootenay South Metis Society leaders and members gathered together on Wednesday to watch their flag raise at Trail City Hall.
Check out what's biting, where, and what on in the West Kootenay Fishing Report in the Trail Times.
The Trail Beer Refinery is slated to open in downtown Trail by late February or early March.
There's more prizes than ever in the 16th annual Poplar Ridge Christmas Raffle, tickets are on sale until Dec. 15 at 3 p.m.
Retired Dr. Brenda Trenholme cycled 12,000 kilometres in a four-month journey from Cairo to Cape Town.
Large crowd gathers at Trail Cenotaph for annual Remembrance Day ceremony
A rise in opioid overdoses has led to training and use of naloxone by career firefighters in Regional District of Kootenay Boundary.
The community is invited for an upbeat sit down with their doctors and nurses this week, because after all, laughter is the best medicine.
PEAK Leadership students in Salmo have shifted their sights into selling flowers this month as their “Project Mexico” draws near.
Happy Halloween from the staff at the Trail Times on Monday, Oct. 31.
Until now, women who served in the world wars were not recognized on the bronze plaque in the Trail Memorial Centre.