City of Trail

Trail market goes garlic

The event goes Saturday in downtown Trail from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

 

A glimpse of the Silver City during the 1918 pandemic

City hotels - the Central, Aldridge and Montana - were set up as hospitals during the 1918 pandemic

 

Trail Blazers: Recognizing an iconic city schoolhouse

Central School housed all grades until Trail Technical High School was built in 1923.

 

Trail RCMP set up critical new service to help keep loved ones, safe

Registration is voluntary and can be withdrawn at any time

Trail reboots pool and rec programs

Check out the city’s ‘Welcome Back’ newsletter for info on pool and fall programs

Kootenay Savings shines light on importance of Arts

The new sound equipment is much lighter and user friendly for ease of set up.

Kootenay cops nab couple for drug trafficking twice in 8 days

Both times the arrests were made by the same Roving Traffic Unit

Kootenay cops nab couple for drug trafficking twice in 8 days

Both times the arrests were made by the same Roving Traffic Unit

J. L. Crowe rolls out new curriculum for new normal

Greater Trail high school transitions from a semester-based curriculum to a quarterly schedule

Trail Blazers: Extraordinary fighters for worker’s rights

PHOTOS: Trail Blazers in a weekly historical feature with the Trail Museum and Archives

Mysterious fireball rips through Kootenay sky

Photos: The Trail Times contacted The Backyard Astronomer to find out what this fireball was

Short traffic delays expected in Trail next week

Road resurfacing will be underway in certain West and East Trail neighbourhoods

Greater Trail crime reporting tool goes online

Trail residents can now report a crime without actually calling the police.

Labour Day Lore

The Trail Times office will be closed on Monday for Labour Day.

  • Sep 3, 2020

Trail police lodge 5 in cells due to inebriation

The Greater District RCMP were called out over 70 times last weekend

City of Trail wayfinding signs project, a boost for Trail businesses and services

Wayfinding signs point Trail visitors to downtown services

Trail RCMP urge locals to respect distancing rules

Interior Health has confirmed 433 Covid cases since the pandemic hit earlier this year

To the moon and back

If you have a recent photo to share email it large or actual-sized to editor@trailtimes.ca

Trail Blazers: Gyro Park, the perennial summertime haven

Before the Columbia River dams cut the water flow starting in 1968, the river rose much higher.

Trail RCMP: Report of gunshots found to be fireworks

Trail and Greater District police report call outs to more than 60 incidents last weekend