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Graduating Trail Smoke Eaters goalie Evan Fradette will move on to play for Red Deer Polytechnic of the ACAC. Photo: Jim Bailey

Trail goalie commits to Red Deer Polytechnic

Graduating Smoke Eaters goalie Evan Fradette is taking his talent to the Red Deer Kings of the ACAC

Graduating Trail Smoke Eaters goalie Evan Fradette will move on to play for Red Deer Polytechnic of the ACAC. Photo: Jim Bailey
Rcmp

RCMP take proactive approach to alerting public to unlocked vehicles

Officers saw purses, wallets, computers, and other items of value left unattended in open vehicles

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Much needed improvements are coming to the Aqueduct Trail from Mann Road to Gibbers. Photo: Jim Bailey

Rossland council briefs: Tender approved for Aqueduct Trail upgrades

Access agendas, minutes, staff reports, news and much more at rossland.ca

Much needed improvements are coming to the Aqueduct Trail from Mann Road to Gibbers. Photo: Jim Bailey
OCP

City of Rossland invites input into Official Community Plan

City invites residents to attend an open house on May 26 to help refine draft of the OCP

OCP
The Rossland Community Farmers Market organizer Jenny Dueck is helping revive the Wednesday market with local West Kootenay resources like Earthy Organics from Fruitvale. Photo: Jim Bailey

Rossland farmers market revived by local volunteers

The new Rossland Community Farmers Market will go every Wednesday starting in June

The Rossland Community Farmers Market organizer Jenny Dueck is helping revive the Wednesday market with local West Kootenay resources like Earthy Organics from Fruitvale. Photo: Jim Bailey
Glenmerry Bowl's Tim Flack is heading to the Masters National 5-Pin Bowling championship in Edmonton July 1-5. Photo: Jim Bailey

Trail bowler rolls way to Master Nationals

Glenmerry Bowl’s Tim Flack is making his second trip to the Master National bowling championship

Glenmerry Bowl's Tim Flack is heading to the Masters National 5-Pin Bowling championship in Edmonton July 1-5. Photo: Jim Bailey
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Rossland student wins prestigious playwright award

Sety Roshdibenam’s play ‘The Christmas Heist’ earns Young Playwrights Festival top honour

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The Nationals runner Tyson Christie swipes second base as Trail Orioles shortstop Landon Uzeloc waits for the throw. Photo: Dave Palmer

Cloverdale Nationals sweep Trail Orioles

The Cloverdale Nationals sit comfortably in first place after four wins over Trail on weekend

The Nationals runner Tyson Christie swipes second base as Trail Orioles shortstop Landon Uzeloc waits for the throw. Photo: Dave Palmer
Jake Maniago of Trail was named the B.C. Junior Umpire of the Year by the BC Baseball Umpire Association. Jake (left) is presented the award by Bill MacMillan, BCBUA Kootenay representative. Photo: submitted

Trail umpire earns provincial award

Trail’s Jake Maniago was awarded the Junior Umpire of the Year honour from BC umpires association

Jake Maniago of Trail was named the B.C. Junior Umpire of the Year by the BC Baseball Umpire Association. Jake (left) is presented the award by Bill MacMillan, BCBUA Kootenay representative. Photo: submitted
Chris Reid (top left) is with Faith Woods from Mission Partners International and Pastor Roman with his wife Christina who are processing immigration paperwork for displaced Ukrainians in Poland. Photo: Submitted

Trail men return from Ukraine humanitarian mission in Poland

Shaun Romano and Chris Reid continue to help those displaced from Ukraine due to Russian invasion

Chris Reid (top left) is with Faith Woods from Mission Partners International and Pastor Roman with his wife Christina who are processing immigration paperwork for displaced Ukrainians in Poland. Photo: Submitted
Local drummers celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day with the Greater Trail community at Gyro Park on June 21, 2019. Photo: Jim Bailey

City of Rossland adopts Indigenous land acknowledgement policy

The policy is part of the 94 Calls to Action and is a living document that will evolve over time

Local drummers celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day with the Greater Trail community at Gyro Park on June 21, 2019. Photo: Jim Bailey
Trail native Lauren Bay Regula will host a softball clinic at Butler Park as part of the Teck Coaching Series. Sign up now. Photo: Softball Canada

Teck Coaching Series: Bay-Regula to put on free softball clinic

Softball and baseball players are encouraged to sign up for the Lauren Bay-Regula clinic on May 28

Trail native Lauren Bay Regula will host a softball clinic at Butler Park as part of the Teck Coaching Series. Sign up now. Photo: Softball Canada
The Rossland Council for the Arts, with support of Tourism Rossland, has leased and installed Space Junk on the corner of Columbia Avenue and Washington Street. (Contributed)

Rossland council briefs for May 2

Regional District of Kootenay Boundary gives presentation on annual budget

The Rossland Council for the Arts, with support of Tourism Rossland, has leased and installed Space Junk on the corner of Columbia Avenue and Washington Street. (Contributed)
The water is heating up and so is the fishing in the West Kootenay, as rainbows start feeding more aggressively on emerging hatches. Photo: submitted

West Kootenay Fishing Report: Hooray it’s May

May is the wake-up-call month, when great trout fishing begins on local West Kootenay lakes

The water is heating up and so is the fishing in the West Kootenay, as rainbows start feeding more aggressively on emerging hatches. Photo: submitted
Trail U18 Orioles pitcher Logan Bradford came on in relief and earned the win in a walk-off win over the Tri City Thunder on Sunday at Butler Park. Photo: Jim Bailey

Trail U18 Orioles take two from Tri City Thunder

The Orioles comeback win was highlighted by a triple play versus Thunder on Sunday

Trail U18 Orioles pitcher Logan Bradford came on in relief and earned the win in a walk-off win over the Tri City Thunder on Sunday at Butler Park. Photo: Jim Bailey
WHY Resources held a meeting with the City of Rossland, provincial ministries, and concerned citizens on May 2.

WHY consultation process over Record Ridge mine continues

WHY consultants met with provincial ministries and the city of Rossland on May 2

WHY Resources held a meeting with the City of Rossland, provincial ministries, and concerned citizens on May 2.
Police briefs. (File photo)

Rossland hit by series of thefts

Police reports that a man and woman were seen rummaging through unlocked vehicle in Rossland.

Police briefs. (File photo)
Former Beaver Valley Nitehawks forward and Trail native Judah Makway has committed to the Trail Smoke Eaters for the 2022-23 season. Photo: Jim Bailey

Local Trail product commits to Smoke Eaters

Judah Makway will make the jump from the KIJHL to the BCHL as a Trail Smoke Eater in 2022-23

Former Beaver Valley Nitehawks forward and Trail native Judah Makway has committed to the Trail Smoke Eaters for the 2022-23 season. Photo: Jim Bailey
Courtesy of the city and Rossland Recreation, ball hockey is in full stride on the dry floor at Rossland Arena. Photo: Jim Bailey

Rossland Rec rolls out ball hockey

Check out the Rossland Recreation Spring Guide for more activities for all ages

Courtesy of the city and Rossland Recreation, ball hockey is in full stride on the dry floor at Rossland Arena. Photo: Jim Bailey
The Rossland Light Opera Players and Golden City Days committee received grants from the community support fund on May 2. File photo

Community groups receive much needed recovery funding

Rossland light opera and Golden City Days recipients of COVID community support funds

The Rossland Light Opera Players and Golden City Days committee received grants from the community support fund on May 2. File photo