Guy Bertrand

Greater Trail gas prices going up

The average price across B.C. on Wednesday according to was $1.31.8.

After home-ice drubbing, Smoke Eaters keep focus straight ahead

Trail in Merritt Friday, at home versus Penticton Saturday

Plea to IH to reinstate Trail doctor

Letter to the Editor: Society for the Protection and Care of Seniors

Trail reviews safety protocols in light of Fernie arena tragedy

Robert Baker: "Trail's plant is fully automated…any defect…will shut down respective equipment."

Early-morning fire damages Trail home

Tuesday morning fire causes power outage

Union ratifies contract with Teck Trail

USW members vote in favour of a five-year deal

Man makes it safely to shore after boat hits bridge pillar

Responders credit life-jacket for averting ragedy

Overwhelming strike vote from Trail unions

Bargaining committee to meet with mediator at end of month

Giant video screen installed in Cominco Arena

The Trail Smoke Eaters organization adds even more excitement to game nights.

Staircase closed for repairs

Stairs connecting the Cominco parking lot to Teck Trail are temporarily closed.

Trail firefighter remembered at memorial

Three firefighters from Local 941 in Trail joined hundreds of brethren from across British Columbia to honour fallen comrades.

Gas leak forces closure of Fruitvale school

Students at Fruitvale Elementary School got an unexpected day off Thursday due to a gas leak.

SD20 recognized for trades program

WorkBC Find Your Fit program at JL Crowe this week, SD20 recognized for trades program tonight.

Skiers rescued near Erie Creek

Heading into the back country well prepared proved to be a wise decision for a trio of missing skiers.

Editorial: Smoking bylaw about common sense

Is it such a big deal that the City of Trail has joined countless other communities in banning smoking in public spaces?

Electricity use hit high mark on Wednesday, says FortisBC

The recent cold snap has forced West Kootenay residents to turn up the heat in their homes and that is having an impact on use.

Greater Trail fares better than most in 2017 tax assessments

Trail assessments rise about 2 per cent for new year

Quiet start to 2017 for Trail RCMP

No driving citations for West Kootenay New Year's Eve revellers

Trail Times Editorial: Pipeline opens the tap

It took approximately one hour before my inbox received the first email concerning the Trans Mountain pipeline approval.

Nitehawks continue November roll

No question about Nitehawks' offence after Saturday night game with Spokane Braves.