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Trail received a cheque nearing $45,000 from FortisBC toward new LED streetlights
Mayor Mike Martin announced during Monday council that he will not seek a second term
"In general the results of the study are positive," says Trail Mayor Mike Martin.
BC Hydro; Cold spring has river levels lower than normal for this time of year
Earth Day an opportunity to embrace 'green' events in Trail and Greater Area
A two-year study shows the number of active heron nests in the Basin has never been lower
Ministry reports two-way traffic restored on Hwy 3A near Castlegar
Things to do in Trail on Saturday include a huge garage sale and Mystic Dreams Belly Dance
By Wednesday, neither machine had been located, confirmed Greater Trail police.
Plans are underway to get digging on the Trail All Wheel Park early in July.
Council awarded the landscaping/streetscaping project to Sierra Landscaping
Final midway and food fair layout plans in downtown Trail still being determined
Rossland man recounts close call on Sunday afternoon on the Kootenay Pass
Banners down and ice melting is the official sign that hockey season is over in Trail
Environment Canada forecasts up to 25 cm of snowfall for the Paulson and Kootenay passes
Public transit is a regional service; the city wrote to the RDKB in November 2016
Regional firefighters responded to two separate vehicle incidents on Wednesday
Lost jobs, environmental issues top concerns heard by New Democrat MLA Katrine Conroy
Grapevine: Local events for the week of April 12 to April 18
Council began the process to amend certain commerical zoning bylaws to permit NMC retail sales