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Council proclaims September as Childhood Cancer Awareness month in the City of Trail.
The Colombo Lodge is hosting its 7th Annual Colombo Piazza Day, locatd on Rossland Avenue, this Saturday.
Fruitvale’s Kyle Bartsoff receives Boone and Crockett award at the 2016 Boone and Crockett Club’s 29th Big Game Award.
Trail's incrEDIBLE market is slated for one more session on Saturday, Sept. 24.
For the first time in Trail history, the city's respective bylaw will allow for the keeping of bees.
The United Way's second Storm the Stairs raised $3,500 with 43 runners and walkers tackling Trail's covered stairs.
The always-popular KSCU Movie Night returns to Haley Park on Friday with the showing of the animated hit “Finding Dory.”
A golden opportunity is available for locals with techie vision but a lack of means to make the idea a reality.
Trail and District United Way gears up for Storm the Stairs fundraiser on Saturday.
Bocce organizer Bepi Bertuzzi was honoured for over 45 years of dedication to the sport of bocce in Trail.
Fruitvale's J. T. Bjarnason claimed top spot overall in the BC Cup Downhill Racing circuit after finishing second in Fernie.
Group in Greater Trail wants to help rid properties of excess fruit
Even if you can’t sleep under the bridge, you can still help the Coins for Change cause by making a pledge to someone who will.
CDS crews are out and about keeping the City of Trail streets and back alleys clean and free of garbage.
Trustees agreed on SD20 Transportation Plan, bus fees will be eliminated pending its approval from the ministry.
Contrary to the rumour mill, the Waneta Plaza hasn't been sold,but there is a bid in for the Crown Point.
Maple Leaf Band proposes 2017 be themed "Yesteryear" in the Trail area.
Billeting players proves to be a rewarding experience
The Community Garden is proving very bountiful for Montrose residents this summer. Alice Wilson offers a zucchini recipe.
Hundreds of sunflowers are spilling over into a Warfield back alley, brightening the back street tenfold.