Sheri Regnier

Night time view of Area B. Photo: RDKB.com

Conservation plan underway for Rivervale water

The plan is to reduce water demand and streetlight energy consumption by 20 per cent in four years

Night time view of Area B. Photo: RDKB.com
One complaint the Trail RCMP had to deal with involved laundry. Photo: Annie Spratt on Unsplash

Off the cuff calls to the Trail RCMP

Greater Trail police responded to several vehicle collisions as well as a few more usual cases

One complaint the Trail RCMP had to deal with involved laundry. Photo: Annie Spratt on Unsplash
City workers installing the Trail Picasso. Photo: City of Trail

Reclaiming the Silver City Picasso

A replica of The Chicago Picasso was fabricated in Cominco (Teck Trail) workshops back in the 70s

City workers installing the Trail Picasso. Photo: City of Trail
The Kootenay Boundary Physician Association is sponsoring a pumpkin carving contest at KBRH. Photo: Submitted

‘Carve your hearts out’ at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

Pumpkin carvings by KBRH staff will be on display Thursday and Friday in the hospital lobby

The Kootenay Boundary Physician Association is sponsoring a pumpkin carving contest at KBRH. Photo: Submitted
First responders at a crash scene near Rossland on Thursday, Oct. 22. Photo: Trail RCMP

First snow in West Kootenay causes vehicle collisions

The Trail and Greater District RCMP's weekly brief contains details on collisions

First responders at a crash scene near Rossland on Thursday, Oct. 22. Photo: Trail RCMP
The entrance to vote at the Trail Legion is through the side door. Photo: Sheri Regnier

Where to vote in Trail on Saturday

Saturday, Oct. 24 is your last chance to cast a ballot in this BC Election

The entrance to vote at the Trail Legion is through the side door. Photo: Sheri Regnier
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West Kootenay Advertiser will be late today

The weekly Advertiser paper will be in Thursday (Oct. 22) afternoon

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Photo: Trail Times

Trail police report Friday night mischief, theft and more

District Sgt. Mike Wicentowich released a news brief earlier this week

Photo: Trail Times
Residents should run their taps until cold before using their water. (Black Press file photo)

Water disruptions expected at certain Glenmerry addresses on Thursday

The city advises affected residents to prepare in advance by having water on hand.

Residents should run their taps until cold before using their water. (Black Press file photo)
Trail police seized baggies of suspected meth and fentanyl during an assault call. Image: Courtesy of Medline Plus

Assault call in Trail leads to drug seizure

The incident was called into the Trail police station Friday night just before 7 p.m.

Trail police seized baggies of suspected meth and fentanyl during an assault call. Image: Courtesy of Medline Plus
Circulation clerks Erin Lundine (left) and Jennifer Boose were the first point of contact for visitors to the Trail Riverfront Centre this summer. Photo: Sheri Regnier

Drop in Trail tourism reflects regional COVID-19 impacts

"We saw a drop in tourists by about 40 per cent compared to last year." - Sarah Benson-Lord

Circulation clerks Erin Lundine (left) and Jennifer Boose were the first point of contact for visitors to the Trail Riverfront Centre this summer. Photo: Sheri Regnier
Trail was the first interior city to have concrete paved streets. Bay and Riverside Avenues were paved in 1926 at a cost of $40,000. The rest of downtown and all of Rossland Avenue were paved in 1927. Photo: Trail Historical Society

Paving the way: “Just 28 Gas Wagons now in City of Trail”

In June 1916, the City of Trail was adapting to an influx of automobiles

Trail was the first interior city to have concrete paved streets. Bay and Riverside Avenues were paved in 1926 at a cost of $40,000. The rest of downtown and all of Rossland Avenue were paved in 1927. Photo: Trail Historical Society
The Trail RCMP remind locals to lock their cars to avoid interior damage by hungry bears looking for food. Photo: Bruce Warrington on Unsplash

Trail RCMP: Lock your car to avoid bears destroying the interior

Police report in interior of two cars parked in Rossland were destroyed by hungry bears

The Trail RCMP remind locals to lock their cars to avoid interior damage by hungry bears looking for food. Photo: Bruce Warrington on Unsplash
The city is looking to fill a vacant seat on the Community Safety Task Force with a member of the community-at-large. Photo: Danielle MacInnes on Unsplash

Trail looking for task force volunteer

The person will sit as a member from the community-at-large on the Community Safety Task Force

The city is looking to fill a vacant seat on the Community Safety Task Force with a member of the community-at-large. Photo: Danielle MacInnes on Unsplash
Mail-in ballot from Elections BC. Photo: Katya Slepian

Update: Information about advance voting in Trail

Multiple polling locations have been announced for general election day

Mail-in ballot from Elections BC. Photo: Katya Slepian
The RCMP is reporting another Trail resident has been scammed for thousands of dollars in a phone scam. Photo: Miryam León on Unsplash

Kootenay man bilked of $5,100 in phone scam

This latest fraud resulting in a Trail man losing thousands was reported to the RCMP on Saturday

The RCMP is reporting another Trail resident has been scammed for thousands of dollars in a phone scam. Photo: Miryam León on Unsplash
The RCMP is reporting another Trail resident has been scammed for thousands of dollars in a phone scam. Photo: Miryam León on Unsplash

Trail man bilked out of $5,100

This latest scam resulting in a Trail man losing thousands was reported to the RCMP on Saturday

The RCMP is reporting another Trail resident has been scammed for thousands of dollars in a phone scam. Photo: Miryam León on Unsplash
Photo: Black Press file

Trail woman suffers serious injuries during alleged assault

Police were called to a Trail home on Sunday afternoon

Photo: Black Press file
Photo: Black Press file

Trail RCMP called out twice to reports of a man with a handgun

One report came into the Greater Trail station Wednesday morning, the other later in the afternoon

Photo: Black Press file
A new 7-Eleven with gas pumps and a car wash on the old Esso lot in downtown Trail is projected to be up and running by next summer. (Sheri Regnier photo)

7-Eleven, gas bar and car wash coming to downtown Trail

The new build on the former Esso lot is expected to be ready to go in July, 2021

A new 7-Eleven with gas pumps and a car wash on the old Esso lot in downtown Trail is projected to be up and running by next summer. (Sheri Regnier photo)