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Jays hold up Bandits in flight to winning record

Jays hold up Bandits in flight to winning record

The Trail Jays continued their winning ways, breaching the .500 mark for the first time this season in American Legion play.

St.Denis trade, boom or bust for the Capitals

An article in a Cowichan newspaper last week suggests that the status of former Trail Smoke Eater, Travis St. Denis, may not be as certain as once thought.
All the creatures in the sea

All the creatures in the sea

Trail Stingray swim meet

The good the bad and the not good enough

It wasn’t all on Roberto Luongo, but he will wear the yoke of the Vancouver Canucks game seven defeat Wednesday like the ancient mariner did that big bird - for a very long time.
Kootenay select soccer kicks up storm

Kootenay select soccer kicks up storm

Kootenay South U-15 girls claim regional title, advance to provincials
Archers shoot for seamless event

Archers shoot for seamless event

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
Hockey fans turn out at Royal Theatre

Hockey fans turn out at Royal Theatre

But for a few Bruin faithful, there was no joy in Trail or anywhere else in B.C. last night after the mighty Canucks quest for the Cup was unceremoniously quashed by the Boston Bruins.

O’s hit hard in Vernon

The Trail Orioles slugged out two wins against their Okanagan rivals on the weekend.

RUGBY - Trail takes silver at Sunfest

Pitch pounders come out on losing end of close final

Martin and Zanier back up Bobby Lou in Cup final

With little more than half the first period gone, Vancouver Canucks fans had already strung a rope around the nearest Georgia Street light standard waiting to lynch Roberto Luongo.