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On April 6, Pacific Coastal Airlines marked 15 years of providing air service at the Trail Regional Airport. Photo: Twitter @PacificCoastal

Carrier celebrates 15 years at Trail airport

Pacific Coastal Airlines has adopted additional safety measures during the pandemic.

 

The 1100-block of Pine Avenue in downtown Trail is closed to traffic this week as crews from Seko Construction install water and sewer service connections for the new gas station slated to open this summer. Photo: Sheri Regnier

Traffic change in downtown Trail this week

The 1100-block of Pine Avenue is closed to vehicles

 

Trail earns Canadian Award for Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association. Photo: Jim Bailey

City of Trail pockets fourth financial reporting award

A comprehensive audit of the City’s finances and an opportunity to tell Trail’s annual story

 

Photo: Sheri Regnier

Scooting at the Silver City Sk8Park

The Trail skate park is located near Gyro Park

Photo: Sheri Regnier
The library moved out of the Trail Memorial Centre in 2018. Since then the space has remained vacant. Photo: Trail Times

Trail seeks funds to revamp old library space

The Trail and District Public Library moved to the Riverfront Centre in 2018

The library moved out of the Trail Memorial Centre in 2018. Since then the space has remained vacant. Photo: Trail Times
The Victoria Street Bridge has been swathed in lights since 2016. Photo: Trail Times

What do the glowing colours on the Trail bridge represent?

The LEDs can be programmed to acknowledge city, provincial and federal initiatives

The Victoria Street Bridge has been swathed in lights since 2016. Photo: Trail Times
Violin Lake last fall. Photo: City of Trail

City of Trail applies for grant to decomission dams

Adaptation, Resilience and Disaster Mitigation grant to restore Cambridge Creek and Violin Lk system

Violin Lake last fall. Photo: City of Trail
Aerial pictures from the 1900 block of Second Avenue, Butler Park and Gyro Park that Dave Tomlen took via drone following a windstorm in Trail on Jan. 13. Photos: Dave Tomlen

Aftermath of Trail windstorm

Aerial photos courtesy of Dave Tomlen

Aerial pictures from the 1900 block of Second Avenue, Butler Park and Gyro Park that Dave Tomlen took via drone following a windstorm in Trail on Jan. 13. Photos: Dave Tomlen
Rossland’s public works manager Darrin Albo retires after 33 years with the city. Photo: Jim Bailey

Rossland’s long time public works manager retires

Operations manager Darrin Albo calls it a career after 33 years working for the Golden City

Rossland’s public works manager Darrin Albo retires after 33 years with the city. Photo: Jim Bailey
Bylaw amendments have cleared the way for Phase 4 of the Birchwood Drive development to proceed. Photo: Jim Bailey

City of Trail clears way for Birchwood Dr. development

Trail council approves bylaw amendments for Phase 4 of Birchwood Dr. subdivision.

Bylaw amendments have cleared the way for Phase 4 of the Birchwood Drive development to proceed. Photo: Jim Bailey
Photo: Unsplash

Trail council tackles well upgrades, snow removal, ramp

Trail man’s efforts to get a wheelchair access ramp installed on Third Avenue runs into a roadblock

Photo: Unsplash
This sinkhole formed around the 4” gas main on Green Avenue. Note, however, it’s the gas main you can see exposed in the hole, not the watermain. Photo: City of Trail

West Trail road stretch closed for the winter

Nov. 7 main break and washout has the city shutting down a section of Green Avenue until the spring

This sinkhole formed around the 4” gas main on Green Avenue. Note, however, it’s the gas main you can see exposed in the hole, not the watermain. Photo: City of Trail
Trail council has set 2021 utility rates. Photo: Imani on Unsplash

Trail utility rates on the rise

Residents can access their utility bills online at trail.ca

Trail council has set 2021 utility rates. Photo: Imani on Unsplash
The newly resurfaced Montrose sports court. Photo: Montrose Facebook

Plenty of projects on the Montrose docket

The village has completed several major improvement projects this year

The newly resurfaced Montrose sports court. Photo: Montrose Facebook
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Kudos to Trail Aquatic and Leisure Centre

Letter from Deborah Shergold, Warfield

  • Oct 29, 2020
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Residents should run their taps until cold before using their water. (Black Press file photo)

Water disruptions expected at certain Glenmerry addresses on Thursday

The city advises affected residents to prepare in advance by having water on hand.

Residents should run their taps until cold before using their water. (Black Press file photo)
Pavers on Iris Crescent in Glenmerry, Aug. 28, 2019. (Trail Times file)

Short traffic delays expected in Trail next week

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

Pavers on Iris Crescent in Glenmerry, Aug. 28, 2019. (Trail Times file)
A broken pipe has the City of Trail closing the Gyro Park spray park for the season. (Times file photo)

Trail spray park closes for the season

A broken pipe prompted the city to shutdown the East Trail spray park for the summer

A broken pipe has the City of Trail closing the Gyro Park spray park for the season. (Times file photo)
(Tyler Dix on Unsplash)

Heads up on Wednesday traffic changes in East Trail

Paving and milling will be underway on Highway 3B and Second Avenue

(Tyler Dix on Unsplash)
This private bridge across Caribou Creek washed out as a result of high water at the end of May. (Submitted)

Removal of Arrow Lake private bridge under review

The bridge now lies in the water, and a logjam is building up behind it.

  • Aug 21, 2020
This private bridge across Caribou Creek washed out as a result of high water at the end of May. (Submitted)