Jim Bailey

Letters: Pickleball group left out of court rebuild consultation

City of Trail goes ahead with plan for court rebuild without input from pickleball group

COS urges residents to be safe and keep wildlife wild in Greater Trail

Wildlife encounters on the upswing in Greater Trail, fines pending for open wildlife attractants

Trail Parks and Rec get go ahead for Summer Camp programs

Registration is open for Trail Parks and Rec summer camp and Camp Cawabunga programs

Greater Trail residents show peaceful support for BLM movement

About 30 protesters gathered in front of Trail's Family Monument on June 14

Howie Fishwick scholarship

J. L. Crowe graduate Jorja Papilion receives Howie Fishwick Scholarship

Keep an eye out for young cyclists

A well-meaning tip on biking from a concerned parent

Quick response to brush fire on Marsh Creek Rd.

Kootenay Boundary regional fire rescue quickly douses brush fires on Marsh Creek Rd. on Thursday

Trail Smoke Eaters bolster offence in signing OHA forward

The Trail Smoke Eaters signed talented forward Connor Michaud last week

Update: Rollover takes out power pole, RCMP investigate possible impaired driver

A Thursday morning accident left a power pole dangling on the edge of Hwy 3B in Trail

Council moves forward with COVID-19 Re-opening Strategy

Trail Governance and Operations Committee briefs

Crowe grads get their time to shine, just no hand shakes or hugs

The adapted convocation ceremony goes this weekend at the Trail high school

Foundation supports West Kootenay conservation

Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation released $9.2 million in funding for various projects

BCHL introduces changes to make game safer

The BCHL announced more severe consequences are in store for major infractions next season

SOBC-Trail athlete takes on Torch Run challenge

Support Special Olympics BC-Trail athlete, Jake Miller, in Law Enforcement Torch Run this week.

Trail council briefs: New TALC equipment coming

City officials met for a governance meeting on May 25

BCHL commissioner expects to be back on the ice for 2020-21 season

BCHL sends return to play plan to province, but can't play without fans in the seats

Trail family rallies for Ronald McDonald House

"We always described it as our oasis in the middle of the desert."

Trail chamber sources PPE for local businesses

Trail businesses can purchase PPE through their local chamber of commerce

School District 20 prepped and ready for schools to reopen

Students will return to school Monday with provincial pandemic protocols firmly in place

BC Parks: reservation frustration on opening day

Campers face online issues trying to book reservations at BC Parks on opening day