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A little rain won't take the fun out of Halloween in downtown Trail on Saturday.
What a difference a few years can made with dedicated volunteers who freely give their time to make Trail, incrEDIBLE.
It's been a steep learning curve since the De Jagers bought Columbia Gardens Vineyard & Winery three years ago.
Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett is now a Minister of State, giving rural communities an advocate at the cabinet table.
People are asked to pack a shoebox for a needy child, boxes are shipped to third world countries for Christmas.
The Kootenay Glacier Kings 55- and 60-plus hockey teams embark on a two-week, five-game tour of Europe.
HEU memnbers at KBRH celebrated 72 years of public health care service during HEU Day on Thursday.
Fruitvale PAC is asking locals to vote for their school's LEAP project in a grant opportunity available through Aviva Community Fund.
Brenda Wyatt shares her simple, tried and true, pumpkin pie recipe.
Selling pumpkins has become a fun way for the Wyatt girls to earn money.
"Hail to Our Farmers," by Debbie Korn, was the winner from the Kootenay Rockies in the 4th annual BCAFM poetry contest.
Gallery opening and "God" on stage were highlights during the Trail Art Council's season kick off on the weekend.
At the centre of the story is an image of the good ol’ days in Trail.
The Trail and District Chamber of Commerce is hosting its second annual Business Excellence Awards this weekend.
Black Press, local credits unions, leaders and volunteers across the Columbia Basin and Boundary join CBAL to Reach a Reader.
The reality of living in an industrial town is that an urgent crises, like an ammonia or SO2 gas leak, can happen via rail or road.
BC Rivers Day in Trail invited a special guest this year, the Vancouver Aquarium Aquavan, a mobile education program.
The Trail United Church food bank is starting to fret now that the lineup spills onto the street.
The Crowe Jr. Varsity team hits Cominco Ice almost every morning and is a development squad for the Major Midget Kootenay Ice.
The 2016 Greater Trail Terry Fox Run raised over $10,000 for Canadian cancer research.