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Streak for Cancer raises funds, awareness

Pink is the new purple, especially for the month of October when stylists add a punch of colour for a good cause.

Sonny Samuelson Bobsled Race is a carnival tradition

Bobsled team ready to knock out competition

Divers scour Rossland Reservoir for clues in unsolved 2014 homicide

RCMP divers searched Monday for evidence connected to the death of Thomas Feeney

Quebecer on cross-Canada cowboy trek

A former workaholic from Quebec is pursuing his childhood dream of becoming a cowboy, with a trip out West by wagon train.

Local nurse leads Red Cross team in Nepal

Rossland native Patrice Gordon is one of a small group delivering care to a Nepalese community in the aftermath of a 7.8 earthquake.

Police seek information on Rossland homicide

Thomas Feeney, 75, was found dead at his Rossland home last Thursday

Rossland mayor questions value in ‘hurtful’ report

B.C.'s municipal auditor highlights several mistakes made with the Rossland Arena roof repairs

Boarder’s legacy immortalized with run at Red

Most of the 22 runs on Grey Mountain are named after song titles but one remembers local boarder Cory McOrmond

Kindergarten enrolment numbers on track

Based on an increase in number of births, School District 20 expects enrolment numbers to rise in 2015.

Gas Leak forces evacuations at Waneta

A breached gasline resulted in JF Auto and Able Plastics being evacuated until the gasline was pinched by FortisBC.

SD20 invests in play for Rossland kids

School District 20's board just approved $60,000 for a new playground that will appeal to kingergarteners to Grade 3s.

Rossland professional breaks silence on mental health

Trail woman’s new focus on brain health spurs nutrient therapy workshops with world-renowned doctor

Tentative deal for school support staff

Looming job action by Greater Trail education support staff has been averted with a tentative two-year contract.

Young Greater Trail talent on display at filmfest

Young Greater Trail filmmakers are making their mark this weekend at an under-19 film festival ready to roll at the Royal Theatre.

Trail, Warfield & Rossland: New regional sewer proposal aims to avoid costly arbitration

City of Trail makes one last attempt to come to an agreement with Rossland and Warfield over regional sewer apportionment

Rossland authors share publishing paths

Rossland's Darcee O’Hearn and Yolanda Ridge will be holding a publishing workhop held Thursday, March 1 from 7-9pm at Rouge Framing.

Greater Trail teachers will put full-scale walkout to a vote this week

Greater Trail teachers will be casting a vote on whether they support a full withdrawal of services Wednesday, February 29, 2012.

RLOP presents Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice

The (RLOP) are ready to take the stage at the Charles Bailey Theatre in Trail tonight with their performance of “Pride and Prejudice.”

Trail’s Royal Theatre rolls out red carpet for Oscars

Trail theatre and arts council join forces for Academy Awards event

School District 20 facing million-dollar shortfall

District's projects budget deficit for 2012-13 school year