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Fruitvale’s Allison Schroder selected for Baseball Canada camp
in Havana beginning on Sunday
KIJHL division leaders square off as Kimberley edges Beaver Valley in double overtime.
"Nothing gets your blood boiling faster than a story on your hometown, and the ignorant comments that follow."
"It’s often refreshing when the media shines a light on something good that may have slipped through the cracks."
Former Beaver Valley Nitehawk, now with Nashville Predators, welcomed back to St. Louis where he played 13 seasons.
"The city told the people spearheading the project that if they can raise half the money, the city would supply the other half."
City of Trail reports "significant gap" between what Rossland is willing to pay and Trail's expectations.
Cigarette butts might be one of the city’s biggest garbage problems.
"It was enough for Canadians to rise up and shout “That’s it” at the top of their voting lungs on Monday"
"If the advance polls proved anything, it’s that many Canadians are engaged in this election and want to participate."
There was one demographic severely lacking representation at the All Candidates forum.
"Groups have been working behind the scenes to come to more bilateral decisions about how our region operates"
"When did election campaigning become about restricting questions, avoiding debates ... telling voters why their opponents are worse?"
Trail AA Orioles open the six day tournament Saturday afternoon against Bellingham.
The 1979 Canada Winter Games champion hockey team (including area locals) will be inducted into the BC Hockey Hall of Fame on Friday
Speech presented at Waneta Dam grand opening shared words of wisdom and gratitude.
A Trail to Remember will be available to the public at the official book launch on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. at the Piazza Colombo.
Groups and citizens have been clamoring for a facility for some time.
No serious injuries reported as traffic tied up following intersection accident.
"Isn’t one of the first lessons we teach our children to look both ways before crossing the street?"