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Svensson continues march to title

Svensson continues march to title

Defending champ cards one-under par round to carry seven-stroke lead into final day

Butler Park an iconic piece of Trail’s history

I really like Butler Park, it has always been a great place to play or watch baseball. But, I don’t think it is unique enough, nor picturesque enough, to win a, “Best,” ball park award if some of the other facilities I have seen, played in or officiated at are in the running.

BCHL -St. Denis traded to Penticton

Although the Trail native has been spending the summer at home, his hockey talents have been shopped across the province, down to the U.S. and finally landed in the Okanagan.

Local Legion will serve up venue for darts

With the B.C. Seniors Games coming to the West Kootenay from Aug. 16 to 20., the Trail Times is featuring the sports, chairs and facilities that will be at the forefront in Trail when over 3,000 athletes arrive in the region.

Do you have environmental toxic exposure?

One of the hazards of living in our world today is our exposure to toxic chemicals and heavy metals.
B.C. Junior Golf Championship - Svensson still sizzling

B.C. Junior Golf Championship - Svensson still sizzling

Defending champ fires another hot round in the Kootenay heat

Baseball - Tournament provides chance for struggling teams

Mid-Summer Classic starts Friday at Butler Park

Cunningham skating at Stanley Cup champs camp

Craig Cunningham is skating for the Stanley Cup champs this week,

BCHL - Vipers, Backs get new coaches

Within a span of a week, the two finalists in the BCHL’s Interior Conference lost and replaced their head coaches.

Saddle up for show at Horseman’s Grounds

Horse lovers from throughout Kootenays will be coming to the Trail Horseman’s Society Grounds this weekend.