Timothy Schafer

Trail airport economic study won’t stop review

Trail councillor questions results of economic study

New way of learning piloted by Rossland Secondary

Blended learning is the way education will be delivered in the province — and it is being piloted right here in School District 20.

Trail school chosen for new program

Trail Middle School have been selected by the LIFT Philanthropy Partners vto host the Take a Hike program.

Director opposes logging in Casino’s watershed

A forested area in Casino’s watershed is on the chopping block as a referral for comment for harvesting timber has been approved.

Help carve up CBT funds on Thursday

Thursday at the Trail Memorial Centre Gym, give input on how to spend the $100,000 that the Trail & Warfield area have received from the CBT

Dog derails semi in Beaver Valley

A dog caused a semi-trailer truck loaded with waste slag from Teck to swerve and hit the ditch on Friday afternoon.

City satisfied with B.C. Hydro’s flood response

A Trail council decision to let BC Hydro off the hook for its part in Columbia Basin-wide flood cleanup has one city councillor outraged.

Communities in Bloom – Trail recognized for floral displays

Greater community participation in beautification is needed before the city can reach the final rung of the Communities in Bloom competition

Workshop aims to help rural nursing in Greater Trail region

Selkirk College and UBC offer two-day workshop in Castlegar

West Kootenay employment numbers rising

Latest Statistics Canada information shows September rate climbs in West Kootenay

Rossland’s blended learning revolutionizing education

Blended learning is the way education will be delivered in the province—and it is being piloted right here in School District 20

Councillor upset B.C. Hydro off the hook for Trail flood cleanup

City of Trail covers its share of high water cleanup bill

Drought conditions keep burning ban in place

Low levels of smoke and fire activity in Greater Trail are expected to continue until the wet weather descends.

Bus routes can be a slippery slope

Trail’s topography was the top topic of a resolution at the recent Union of B.C. Municipalities meeting in Victoria.

Flu clinics signal start of season

Greater Trail will be host to four flu clinics this fall.

Security upgrades designed to protect residents of Columbia View Lodge

A $150,000 project is expected to upgrade the security at Columbia View Lodge to bring it up to compliance with current standards.

Expert to speak on smart meters

Meeting smart meters on October 10 at Legion Hall in Trail

Commission gathers input on proposed electoral boundary changes to riding

What threatens to politically divide the communities of the West Kootenay has also brought them together.

Land purchase solves Fruitvale cemetery space issue

Village of Fruitvale council has purchased a neighbouring strip of land to secure cemetery plots for the next 25 years.

School District 20 – Surplus cash already committed

The school district announced it had an $803,845 operating fund balance at the end of its operating year in August — but it really doesn’t.