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A record amount of rain fall earlier in the year is still managing to keep the current forest fire season as one of the slowest ever.
A proposal for a regional business licence could cut $10,000 annually out of the city’s revenue stream
New voice technology being installed at KBRH will insure patients’ voices are heard when dealing with their doctors.
The province handed out the second sack of presents to Kootenay communities in its Strategic Community Investment Fund (SCIF).
The School District 20 ended up with a $226,734 overrun in its budget for replacement teachers and district staff for the school year.
The city will be spending over $85,000 to upgrade its staff computer systems and put paper on the endangered species list for councillors.
The Trail Orioles played a slow and steady game against the San Diego Stars, only to lose the game 7-5 after a couple of late inning errors
Figures released by Statistics Canada show more people in the Greater Trail region are working right now than at this time one year ago.
The floodgates were opened on the city’s fledgling Gateway project as council approved tripling the budget for this year.
An independent audit of city finances has shown the City of Trail sitting pretty with a $1.5 million surplus.
The municipal government has handed over a new contract to its workers, giving them a cost of living increase of 2% for the next 3 years.
A recent spate of extreme hot weather has the Southeast Fire Centre raising the alarm.
Over 53 years ago the Columbia River flooded Trail and Castlegar, but now the Columiba River Treaty dam keeps rising waters at bay.
A mud bog adventure in the backcountry above West Trail ended in a burned, blackened and upturned 4-wheel-drive truck on Monday afternoon.
A three-alarm fire torched a three-bay garage amidst reports of explosions Tuesday afternoon in Rossland.
CBBC and the City of Trail will create a high tech hub in the downtown core, bringing a higher level of affordable broadband internet.
School Trustee Mark Wilson says while the 2 year deal means stability, it did nothing to bridge the gap between teachers and their employers
DriveBC, which provides traffic, road, and weather conditions for B.C. now has an eye on Highway 3B in Trail.
40,000 public school teachers accepted a deal on Friday on a new contract to end a year-long labour dispute.
The Trail’s sanitary sewer dispute is sinking into provincial scrutiny with the appointment of a dispute resolution officer.