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A lot more out-of-towners are checking out the City of Trail compared to last summer.
The Trail Stingrays capped off a successful season with more medals at the Kootenay Regional Swim Meet in Colville on the weekend.
With the next day coming up on Tuesday, Rev. Neil Eliot is askin the community to donate garden produce.
The Caputo family was fined $100 for a front yard structure, to them it's a trellis to the village it's an accessory build.
The Trail Stingrays will compete at the Kootenay Zone Regionals this weekend in Colville, Wash.
Trail's Emma Profili will play with the Spokane Crash in the United States Fastpitch championship next week.
Amber J, a 2011 Crowe grad is slated for the stage at the 2016 Honey Jam in Toronto Aug. 11.
While most students are taking a study break, Ashley Giles is brushing up on Trail history and prepping her BC Ambassador speech.
CBT advises local government to be in the know of community priorities - look at the big picture.
The city is hopeful that re-installing two bear proof bins won’t come back to bite them again.
Three years ago, the slight possibility of participating in a pageant began to form in Danielle Beattie’s mind.
Cyclists from Trail and Rossland pedalled to top placings at the Penticton Granfondo on Sunday.
Communities in Bloom judges to arrive in Trail July 22
The Trail Senior Girl Steelers captured the division and end of the year tournament title in West Kootenay girls fastball.
Sky Gaeul Shin will be the only West Kootenay participant at the World Youth Day in Poland
Kids in the Trail library's Summer Reading Program were in for explosive fun in Jubilee Park.
Volunteers at this year's Montrose Family Fun Days helped raised money for valuable local cause.
The KBRH Urology Campaign officially drew to a close last Wednesday with a donor wall ceremony.
The story of how Eugen and Ellen Solomon's journey to Trail is especially fitting this Canada Day.
Work hard and never lose sight of your dreams, are two themes from the grade ceremony for J.L. Crowe's 2016 class.