Sheri Regnier

Kootenay Boundary crews called to three vehicle fires this week

The first was Monday night in rural Kootenay Boundary; two more car fires were reported Wednesday

Trail trainer heads to Montreal for national body fitness competition

Cheryl Hutchinson started her fitness journey six years ago

Commercial huckleberry harvest banned in certain Kootenay areas

The areas have been identified as critical foraging zones for grizzlies and other wildlife species

Commercial huckleberry pickers put on notice

Fines for large-scale picking in place under B.C. Land Act; public urged to report offenders to RAPP

Saturday farmers market fundraiser in Trail

Music in the Park on Thursday, incrEDIBLE Farmers Market on Saturday

Updated: Coroner investigating death of Trail man

A complicated recovery was required for a man who died in a fall above the Trail hospital

‘This is a huge deal for Warfield,’ says mayor

The Village of Warfield has until 2025 to develop its own water supply

Teck Trail makes significant strides made in reducing metal emissions

Adair:Dust program provides greatest opportunity to continue reducing community ambient metal levels

Asbestos removal stalls roofing job at Trail arena

A plan for hazardous material abatement is expected to be in place this week

YZZ sign design is one-of-a-kind

Concrete was poured last week for the Trail Regional Airport's first official wayfinding sign

Quick response keeps Columbia Gardens fire from spreading

The truck was engulfed in flames by the time regional firefighters arrived at the rural site

Teeth-rattling tire trap in Trail could soon be filled

Trail Coun. Robert Cacchioni has heard many complaints and is bringing the issue to council

Cars being junked after acid spill on Kootenay highway

A Times reader warns 'total loss' of car after driving through May 23 acid spill in Trail

Cars being junked after acid spill on Trail highway

A Times reader warns 'total loss' of car after driving through May 23 acid spill in Trail

Lead testing expanded to include Warfield and Casino

Trail mayor encourages parents to consider participation to help with future program development

Music, music and market in Trail

Grapevine: Events in the Trail area for the week of July 5 to July 11

Was June colder than usual in the West Kootenay?

It only felt like it, according to a month-end report from the Castlegar weather office

New LEDs light up more than just the streets of Trail

Trail has the bulbs on dimmers and is installing shields to lessen the glare of new LED streetlights

Trail museum revives memories of the great flood of ’48

The '48 flood was a province-wide crisis that impacted B.C. towns situated along major tributaries

Trail business keeps doors open for free childcare this summer

Until Home Goods stepped in, the pre-teen care centre was going to shut down for two months