Sheri Regnier

Overgrowth of invasive plants on Silver Street Bridge has long caused sight line problems. (Joe Guercio photo)

Invasive plants wreaking havoc on Annable bridge and Trail Creek

The Village of Warfield is developing a plan for dealing with invasive vegetation

Overgrowth of invasive plants on Silver Street Bridge has long caused sight line problems. (Joe Guercio photo)
Selkirk College Trail campus has installed security on the building such as this lock on the Cedar Avenue entrance. (Sheri Regnier photo)

Trail campus beefs up security

Concerned Citizens of Trail Committee is asking locals to fill out a thought exchange survey

Selkirk College Trail campus has installed security on the building such as this lock on the Cedar Avenue entrance. (Sheri Regnier photo)
Trail Times papers will be delayed by a few hours today. (Markus Spiske photo on Unsplash)

Trail Times paper delayed today, October 8

See accident brief in story

Trail Times papers will be delayed by a few hours today. (Markus Spiske photo on Unsplash)
Window displays are up around Trail, such as this one in Mills Office store, in recognition of Women’s History Month. (Sheri Regnier photo)

Trail window displays recognize October as Women’s History Month

The month encourages appreciation of the contributions of women to Canadian history

Window displays are up around Trail, such as this one in Mills Office store, in recognition of Women’s History Month. (Sheri Regnier photo)
Rossland/Trail Community Coordinator, Oscar White, putting up signs at the base of KC in Upper Rossland. (Facebook photo)

‘Bears getting hungrier’ warns Rossland/Trail WildSafeBC

Fruit must be picked to avoid luring in bears readying to hibernate

Rossland/Trail Community Coordinator, Oscar White, putting up signs at the base of KC in Upper Rossland. (Facebook photo)
British Columbians at high risk of lung cancer will soon be able to receive early detection screening through a new lung cancer screening program offered by BC Cancer – the first of its kind in Canada. (BC Cancer photo)

B.C. launches early detection lung cancer screening – the first in Canada

First participants are expected to start receiving scans by spring 2022

British Columbians at high risk of lung cancer will soon be able to receive early detection screening through a new lung cancer screening program offered by BC Cancer – the first of its kind in Canada. (BC Cancer photo)
Trail RCMP report two men were apprehended on separate foot patrols. (Trail Times file photo)

Trail RCMP foot patrol leads to capture of wanted man

Trail police report drugs seized, alleged impaired driver, men being apprehended and more

Trail RCMP report two men were apprehended on separate foot patrols. (Trail Times file photo)
(Trail Times file)

Trail firefighters called to two fires in four minutes

The first was a vehicle fire near the Trail Walmart

(Trail Times file)
Letter to the Editor prompts many replies about the difficulty booking appointments for lab work. (Unsplash photo)

Booking lab work in Trail remains a problem

IH; Lab still accepting walk-in patients, and appointments can also be made at that time

Letter to the Editor prompts many replies about the difficulty booking appointments for lab work. (Unsplash photo)
Teck Trail is inviting locals to join virtually next week. (Sheri Regnier photo)

Join virtual talk with Teck Trail

2020 community engagement with Trail Trail Operations will be held online

Teck Trail is inviting locals to join virtually next week. (Sheri Regnier photo)
Mary Gay keeps this coin collection can beside her bed showing Bryan, her son who went missing in Alaska 20 years ago. Back then, to help raise money for family searches, one of Bryan’s heartbroken friends made up cans with this photo on it and placed them at the tills of local businesses. Turn to Page 5 for a letter from Kevin Gay. (Sheri Regnier photo)

Never forgotten: Kootenay man still missing after 20 years

Bryan Gay disappeared in Skagway Alaska Sept. 26, 2000

Mary Gay keeps this coin collection can beside her bed showing Bryan, her son who went missing in Alaska 20 years ago. Back then, to help raise money for family searches, one of Bryan’s heartbroken friends made up cans with this photo on it and placed them at the tills of local businesses. Turn to Page 5 for a letter from Kevin Gay. (Sheri Regnier photo)
Mary Gay keeps this coin collection can beside her bed showing Bryan, her son who went missing in Alaska 20 years ago. Back then, to help raise money for family searches, one of Bryan’s heartbroken friends made up cans with this photo on it and placed them at the tills of local businesses. Turn to Page 5 for a letter from Kevin Gay. (Sheri Regnier photo)

Never forgotten: Kootenay man still missing after 20 years

Bryan Gay disappeared in Skagway Alaska Sept. 26, 2000

Mary Gay keeps this coin collection can beside her bed showing Bryan, her son who went missing in Alaska 20 years ago. Back then, to help raise money for family searches, one of Bryan’s heartbroken friends made up cans with this photo on it and placed them at the tills of local businesses. Turn to Page 5 for a letter from Kevin Gay. (Sheri Regnier photo)
West Kootenay seniors can ride public transit for free on Thursday. (Times photo)

Free public transit for Greater Trail seniors on Thursday

The no-charge day is to recognize National Senior's Day

West Kootenay seniors can ride public transit for free on Thursday. (Times photo)
Electricians inspecting the decorative lights on the Victoria St. Bridge on Oct. 3, 2019. The annual job is again limiting the bridge to two-way traffic on Wed. Sept. 30. (Time file)

Traffic change in Trail on Wednesday

Workers are performing a required inspection of the Victoria Street Bridge lighting

Electricians inspecting the decorative lights on the Victoria St. Bridge on Oct. 3, 2019. The annual job is again limiting the bridge to two-way traffic on Wed. Sept. 30. (Time file)
Upgraded weather instrumentation is expected to be ready for use at YZZ by December. (Times file)

Trail lands $65,000 airport grant

Money to be used for upgraded weather instrumentation at YZZ

Upgraded weather instrumentation is expected to be ready for use at YZZ by December. (Times file)
The KBRH project involved using bedside ultrasound to help guide fluid removal during hemodialysis. (Photo by Robina Weermeijer on Unsplash)

Innovative Kootenay Boundary study augments care for renal patients

Project called the Lung Ultrasonographic Assessment of Volume Status in Hemodialysis Patients

The KBRH project involved using bedside ultrasound to help guide fluid removal during hemodialysis. (Photo by Robina Weermeijer on Unsplash)
Kenzo is back where he should be, in the wild. (Northern Lights Wildlife Society photo)

Kootenay yearling released into northern wild

Photos: Scroll to the bottom of the story to see Kenzo's release

Kenzo is back where he should be, in the wild. (Northern Lights Wildlife Society photo)
Kenzo is back where he should be, in the wild. (Northern Lights Wildlife Society photo)

Yearling from Trail released to the northern wild

Photos: Scroll to the bottom of the story to see Kenzo's release

Kenzo is back where he should be, in the wild. (Northern Lights Wildlife Society photo)
Simone and Melissa Tancorre donated a new Madonna to the Colombo Piazza after the original was destroyed by vandalism lat fall.(Submitted photo)

Restoring Madonna

The statue sits in the Colombo Lodge Piazza in the City of Trail Gulch

Simone and Melissa Tancorre donated a new Madonna to the Colombo Piazza after the original was destroyed by vandalism lat fall.(Submitted photo)
(Times file)

Trail RCMP report golf course break-in, lost child and more

Anyone with information about the Birchbank break-in is asked to call the Trail RCMP

(Times file)