Sheri Regnier

Trail police warn the public about thieves targeting vehicles, yards, and businesses. The RCMP remind locals to secure items and lock vehicles, residences, garages, and properties. Photo: Unsplash

Truck stolen in Warfield

Latest briefs from the Trail RCMP

Trail police warn the public about thieves targeting vehicles, yards, and businesses. The RCMP remind locals to secure items and lock vehicles, residences, garages, and properties. Photo: Unsplash
Photo: Trail Times

Breaking: Trail RCMP looking for two suspects involved in an alleged theft and assault

“Incidents like this can go sideways suddenly and without warning,” cautions Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.

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Forty seven years ago, a group of 12 Trail teens broke a world record for non-stop continuous shinny played. Photo: Trail Historical Society

Trail Blazers: Teenagers play the longest shinny game ever

The record breaking feat took place over 16 hours in a City of Trail park on Oct. 26, 1974

Forty seven years ago, a group of 12 Trail teens broke a world record for non-stop continuous shinny played. Photo: Trail Historical Society
To see the full-size piece titled “Wheel of Fortune” by artist Raphael Akiba, please scroll down the story.

Trail art gallery welcomes back guests to ‘Metamorphosis’

Masks are required and guests must call into the building to gain entrance

To see the full-size piece titled “Wheel of Fortune” by artist Raphael Akiba, please scroll down the story.
The Salmo Post Office has planted a Reconciliation Tree, and placed an orange bench in front of the property located at 207 Main Street, Salmo. The Reconciliation Tree and bench are a tribute to residential school survivors. Photo: Submitted

Reconciliation tribute outside Salmo Post Office

Permits took over three months to approve.

The Salmo Post Office has planted a Reconciliation Tree, and placed an orange bench in front of the property located at 207 Main Street, Salmo. The Reconciliation Tree and bench are a tribute to residential school survivors. Photo: Submitted
Opened Oct. 15, 1958, Trail Kresge became the 87th Kresge store in Canada. Photo: Trail Historical Society

Trail Blazers: Kresge, the most memorable lunch counter ever

What are your Kresge’s memories?

Opened Oct. 15, 1958, Trail Kresge became the 87th Kresge store in Canada. Photo: Trail Historical Society
Leaders and advocates gathered in downtown Trail on Oct. 4, for a window blessing and recognition of the display focused on “Remembering and Honouring the Children through Truth and Reconciliation.” Photo: Submitted

Trail window display recognizes need for truth and reconciliation

Kris Salikin and Crystal Laren from COINS led the ceremony with a smudge, drum, and singing

Leaders and advocates gathered in downtown Trail on Oct. 4, for a window blessing and recognition of the display focused on “Remembering and Honouring the Children through Truth and Reconciliation.” Photo: Submitted
Rob and Debbie LeRose have firsthand experience in the KBRH oncology unit.

KBRH donation especially meaningful

Debbie was first diagnosed with breast cancer in May 2007 at the age of 49

Rob and Debbie LeRose have firsthand experience in the KBRH oncology unit.
The Trail Times wishes everyone a safe and fun long weekend. Photo: Ron Wilson

Happy Thanksgiving from the Trail Times

The Times office will reopen Tuesday, Oct. 12 at 9 a.m.

The Trail Times wishes everyone a safe and fun long weekend. Photo: Ron Wilson
The opening date for the Salvation Army Thrift Store in its new locale at Waneta Plaza is Oct. 18. Photo: Sheri Regnier
Renovations will be underway in the downtown locale for the next year.

Heads up bargain hunters – thrift store moving to Trail mall

The new locale is slated to open at the Waneta Plaza on Oct. 18

The opening date for the Salvation Army Thrift Store in its new locale at Waneta Plaza is Oct. 18. Photo: Sheri Regnier
Renovations will be underway in the downtown locale for the next year.
Oasis resident Joe Thalman grew this massive Manitoba squash measuring 67 inches around in October 1974. Photo: Trail Historical Society

Trail Blazers: The Great Gourd

Trail Blazers is a weekly historical feature in partnership with the Trail Museum and Archives

Oasis resident Joe Thalman grew this massive Manitoba squash measuring 67 inches around in October 1974. Photo: Trail Historical Society
A Pipe Major led the procession to the crash site in Germany before the memorial for the 23 airmen - including Trail teenager Jack McVie - was unveiled on Sept. 25. Photo: Submitted

Ceremony honours Trail airman, 17, and 22 others killed in Second World War

Jack McVie was born in Trail on Dec. 18, 1926. He died in action over Germany on Sept. 24, 1944.

A Pipe Major led the procession to the crash site in Germany before the memorial for the 23 airmen - including Trail teenager Jack McVie - was unveiled on Sept. 25. Photo: Submitted
Suspect one. Photo: Trail RCMP

Update: Trail RCMP prioritize return of stolen 3D printers

The suspects jacked a rear door to the library to gain entry

Suspect one. Photo: Trail RCMP
The pandemic has brought into focus many things. One of those is the importance of having one’s personal affairs in order. Photo: Unsplash

Make a Will Week in B.C. highlights electronic filing

This week is Make a Will Week in the province, reminding British…

The pandemic has brought into focus many things. One of those is the importance of having one’s personal affairs in order. Photo: Unsplash
Photo: Trail Times file

Chronic pain clinic at Trail hospital shuts down

For an unknown reason the pain clinic at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital…

Photo: Trail Times file
Melanie Chartres, Indigenous Support Teacher at Webster Elementary School, talks about Truth and Reconciliation with students. Photo: Submitted

Kootenay Columbia teacher talks truth and reconciliation with students

Thursday, Sept. 30 is a federal holiday in observance of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Melanie Chartres, Indigenous Support Teacher at Webster Elementary School, talks about Truth and Reconciliation with students. Photo: Submitted
Michael McIsaac would have celebrated his 32nd birthday on Sept. 24. Photo: Submitted

Driver sentenced to 3 years in prison for death of West Kootenay man

“It is still hard to believe he is gone,” says Michael McIsaac’s mom, Sonia McIsaac.

Michael McIsaac would have celebrated his 32nd birthday on Sept. 24. Photo: Submitted
Interior Health has declared the COVID outbreak at KBRH over. An outbreak is declared when transmission originates within the healthcare setting, in this case, two patients in the KBRH psychiatric unit.

How B.C. counts daily COVID-19 cases in hospitals

Interior Health has declared the outbreak at KBRH is over

Interior Health has declared the COVID outbreak at KBRH over. An outbreak is declared when transmission originates within the healthcare setting, in this case, two patients in the KBRH psychiatric unit.
The RDKB applied for an active transportation planning grant to invest in the Lower Columbia Rolling Green Ribbon. Image: RDKB

Fruitvale, Trail, RDKB to improve connectivity away from cars

Fruitvale, Trail and the Kootenay Boundary regional district (RDKB) will be forging…

The RDKB applied for an active transportation planning grant to invest in the Lower Columbia Rolling Green Ribbon. Image: RDKB
The Regional Distrit of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) applied for an active transportation planning grant to invest in the Lower Columbia Rolling Green Ribbon. (RDKB graphic)

Fruitvale, Trail, RDKB to improve connectivity away from cars

Fruitvale, Trail and the Kootenay Boundary regional district (RDKB) are following Rossland’s…

The Regional Distrit of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) applied for an active transportation planning grant to invest in the Lower Columbia Rolling Green Ribbon. (RDKB graphic)