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Trail Times Year in Review: July

July 2022 — Summer reading club leaders Stevie Poling and Angela Bonacci…

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The Ashrafi family is welcomed by Kathy Moore and Tim Peacock at the Vancouver airport. Photo: Submitted

Welcome to Trail! Family arrives safely before Christmas

Special thanks to the many volunteers and local businesses that have helped the Ashrafis settle in

The Ashrafi family is welcomed by Kathy Moore and Tim Peacock at the Vancouver airport. Photo: Submitted
Black Jack skier and Rossland native Remi Drolet will compete for Canada in the World Cup Period 2 Tour de Ski in Europe. (Doug Stephen photo)

Black Jack skier selected to compete at World Cup events

Rossland’s Remi Drolet will join Team Canada for the World Cup Tour de Ski races in Europe

Black Jack skier and Rossland native Remi Drolet will compete for Canada in the World Cup Period 2 Tour de Ski in Europe. (Doug Stephen photo)
Creston angler Alan Mather won the monthly draw for November for the Kootenay Lake Angler Incentive program, his third prize since the draw started. (Photo submitted)

Kootenay Lake draw winner proves lightning strikes again and again

A lucky Creston fisherman cashes in on the Kootenay Lake angler incentive draw for the third time

Creston angler Alan Mather won the monthly draw for November for the Kootenay Lake Angler Incentive program, his third prize since the draw started. (Photo submitted)
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Trail Times Year in Review: June

Looking back at the year that was 2022

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The year that was 2022. Photo: Unsplash

Trail Times Year in Review: May

May 2022 — After almost 50 years at the helm of the…

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Trail Times Year in Review: April

Looking back at the year that was 2022

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Emily Olineck races for the finish line at last years Kootenay Cup at the Black Jack Ski Club. Black Jack will host the Teck Kootenay Cup again Jan. 14-15, 2023. (Jim Bailey photo)

Rossland’s Black Jack Ski Club set to host Kootenay Cup

The Teck Kootenay Cup will hit the Black Jack cross country ski track on Jan. 14-15

Emily Olineck races for the finish line at last years Kootenay Cup at the Black Jack Ski Club. Black Jack will host the Teck Kootenay Cup again Jan. 14-15, 2023. (Jim Bailey photo)
The Le Roi Community Foundation awards grants to other registered charities for projects that benefit the communities of Fruitvale, Montrose, Rossland, Trail, Warfield, and Areas A and B. The foundation supports: arts and culture; education; environment; health and welfare; sports and recreation. Photo: LeRoiFoundation.com

Applications for community recovery funds open in January

For more information visit: communityservicesrecoveryfund.ca

The Le Roi Community Foundation awards grants to other registered charities for projects that benefit the communities of Fruitvale, Montrose, Rossland, Trail, Warfield, and Areas A and B. The foundation supports: arts and culture; education; environment; health and welfare; sports and recreation. Photo: LeRoiFoundation.com
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Trail Times Year in Review: March

Looking back at the year that was 2022

The year that was 2022. Photo: Unsplash
The year that was 2022. Photo: Unsplash

Trail Times Year in Review: February

Looking back at the year that was 2022

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The year that was 2022. Photo: Unsplash

Trail Times Year in Review: January

Looking back at the year that was 2022

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Teck Trail ops seen from downtown Trail. Photo: Sheri Regnier

Teck outlines economic contributions to Trail area

To read the full report, visit: Teck.com.

Teck Trail ops seen from downtown Trail. Photo: Sheri Regnier
Cold temperatures descended on Trail setting near record lows on Dec. 21, the first day of winter. Photo: Jim Bailey

BC Hydro sets record for hourly electricity demand

With more sub-zero temperatures in the coming days, BC Hydro expects demand will remain high

  • Dec 21, 2022
Cold temperatures descended on Trail setting near record lows on Dec. 21, the first day of winter. Photo: Jim Bailey
“The importance of community health centres in B.C.’s primary care reforms: What the research tells us,” can be read in full at Policy.ca. Photo: Policy.ca

Lower Columbia network recruiting municipal directors

CHC reps ensured council that no direct operational funding on the municipal level would be required

“The importance of community health centres in B.C.’s primary care reforms: What the research tells us,” can be read in full at Policy.ca. Photo: Policy.ca
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Ladies auxiliary donates to Rossland food bank

The Rossland food bank is available for residents of Rossland

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Rossland’s Centennial Trail

Grooming on Rossland’s Centennial Trail back on track

City to rent snowmobile and groomer from Black Jack Ski Club for the 2022-2023 winter season

Rossland’s Centennial Trail
Backstopped by goalie Ethan Lawczynski, the Castlegar Rebels skated to a 6-3 victory over the Nitehawks on Tuesday. Photo: Jim Bailey

B.V. Nitehawks five game win streak is ended after falling to Castlegar Rebels 6-3

The Castlegar Rebels put an end to a six game losing streak…

Backstopped by goalie Ethan Lawczynski, the Castlegar Rebels skated to a 6-3 victory over the Nitehawks on Tuesday. Photo: Jim Bailey
Trail Youth Baseball scored a $5,000 grant from the BC Community Gaming Grants program. Photo: Jim Bailey

Greater Trail groups awarded gaming grants

Greater Trail sports and arts and cultural organizations will receive over $200K in community grants

Trail Youth Baseball scored a $5,000 grant from the BC Community Gaming Grants program. Photo: Jim Bailey
The Christmas Bird Count is coming to the West Kootenay on Dec. 18. Photo: Jim Bailey
The Christmas Bird Count is coming to Greater Trail on Dec. 18. Photo: Jim Bailey

Counting down to Christmas Bird Count in Greater Trail

Longest running citizen-scientist project, annual Christmas Bird Count, scheduled to go on Dec. 18

The Christmas Bird Count is coming to the West Kootenay on Dec. 18. Photo: Jim Bailey
The Christmas Bird Count is coming to Greater Trail on Dec. 18. Photo: Jim Bailey