Guy Bertrand

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.

Trail fails to tame Wenatchee in first U.S. trip

The Trail Smoke Eaters failed to tame the red-hot Wenatchee Wild in the team’s first venture south of the border on Saturday.

Trail Smoke Eaters pound Salmon Arm 10-3

Santerno's four goals pace Trail to lopsided home victory

Another cougar sighting in Montrose

Residents are reminded to stay vigilant and accompany children to the playground.

Trail, Beaver Valley reach rec deal

The City of Trail and Beaver Valley Parks and Recreation Committee reached a five-year agreement effective Nov. 1.

Police set sights on distracted drivers in West Kootenay

RCMP kicks off month-long campaign against distracted driving

Fate of Trail SPCA branch remains in limbo

No decision yet on relocation plans for animal shelter

Lightning storm sparks fires in West Kootenay

Fires near Champion Lakes and Mount Heinze contained

Prospective Smokies ready to hit the ice

The Trail Smoke Eaters kick off training camp next week, a first for head coach Cam Keith.

Kucher wins Rossland-Trail Open

Trail-born golfer comes away with title on first attempt

Trail: Hanging with the Queen

The City of Trail is installing new supports for protective netting around the Cominco Arena ice surface.

Legion leads way for athletes

Members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #11 marched in athletes for the 15th annual Legion track meet at Haley Park on Saturday.

Historical window

David Flux of the Trail Historical Society helps set up a window display at Selkirk Security on Cedar Avenue.

Weather records breaking

The unseasonably warm spring had Dylan Startup and Tiane Boyczuk chasing around at frisbee at Kiwanis Park on Monday.

Look Up, Look Way Up

Installation on the 100-ft north tower of Columbia River Skywalk is complete.