Sheri Regnier

Thursday (Jan. 17) Minister Anna Kang (right) toured the city with Mayor Colleen Jones (middle) and Trail councillors Bev Benson, Paul Butler, Nick Cashol, Thea Hanson, Terry Martin, and Doug Wilson. Photo: City of Trail/Instagram

Minister tours city with Trail council; update on shelter

Career Development Services is an agency governed by Trail Association for Community Living

Thursday (Jan. 17) Minister Anna Kang (right) toured the city with Mayor Colleen Jones (middle) and Trail councillors Bev Benson, Paul Butler, Nick Cashol, Thea Hanson, Terry Martin, and Doug Wilson. Photo: City of Trail/Instagram
RCMP logo is seen outside Royal Canadian Mounted Police “E” Division Headquarters, in Surrey, B.C. Photo: The Canadian Press

Trail RCMP arrest Nelson man for brandishing knife, drug possession

The accused was remanded into custody after a bail hearing before a judge

RCMP logo is seen outside Royal Canadian Mounted Police “E” Division Headquarters, in Surrey, B.C. Photo: The Canadian Press
The KBRH Health Foundation has received a $5,325 donation from the members of the First Presbyterian Church of Trail. This donation will support the Columbia View Lodge Garden of Gratitude Project, prioritizing restoration of the garden courtyard areas at Columbia View Lodge, ensuring they are fully accessible and usable. L-R: Mission Committee Members, Lottie Bonin and Esther Brown presented this donation to Doug Sperry, KBRH Health Foundation Board Member. Photo: Submitted

Greater Trail community steps up for regional health care

Donations to music therapy, hospital care and greatest need fund

The KBRH Health Foundation has received a $5,325 donation from the members of the First Presbyterian Church of Trail. This donation will support the Columbia View Lodge Garden of Gratitude Project, prioritizing restoration of the garden courtyard areas at Columbia View Lodge, ensuring they are fully accessible and usable. L-R: Mission Committee Members, Lottie Bonin and Esther Brown presented this donation to Doug Sperry, KBRH Health Foundation Board Member. Photo: Submitted
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Join ‘Coldest Night of the Year’ fundraising walk in Trail

Slated to run from 4-7 p.m., the Feb. 25 event will be hosted in the Skills Centre office

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Temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees colder than normal for this time of year in the central and southern interior of B.C. Photo: Unsplash

Bundle up, Trail area forecast to get very cold

Temperatures are expected to gradually rise late next week, in early February.

Temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees colder than normal for this time of year in the central and southern interior of B.C. Photo: Unsplash
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Salmo man charged with assaulting teenage driver from Trail

Trail RCMP advise, ‘Experiencing anger on the road? Pull over and let it pass’

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Trail RCMP: Driving 40 km/hr over the speed limit? Risk impound

Vehicles can be seized if clocked 40 km/hr over posted speed limit

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Trail police looking for tips to identify suspects in two ‘suspicious incidents’

Trail detachment received two separate reports of suspicious incidents on Monday, Jan. 23

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January’s dance session drew more than 80 people ready to cut a rug. Photo: Submitted

Dances return; Greater Trail seniors invited to join the fun

Adults and seniors are welcome, admission is $5.

January’s dance session drew more than 80 people ready to cut a rug. Photo: Submitted
Most of the beach at Gyro Park in Trail is exposed. Discharge rates from the Arrow Lakes Reservoir, when combined with outflows from the Kootenay River, determine Columbia River levels at Birchbank. Photo: Howard Regnier

Sandy beach in City of Trail

Columbia River level to start rising

Most of the beach at Gyro Park in Trail is exposed. Discharge rates from the Arrow Lakes Reservoir, when combined with outflows from the Kootenay River, determine Columbia River levels at Birchbank. Photo: Howard Regnier
Photo: Jim Bailey

‘ReDi’ grant cycle opens for Greater Trail community projects

ReDi grants intake open until Feb. 28

Photo: Jim Bailey
The sign of Rabbit is a symbol of longevity, peace, and prosperity. 2023 is predicted to be a year of hope. Photo: Unsplash

Year of the Rabbit

People born in a year of the Rabbit are believed to be vigilant, witty, quick-minded, and ingenious

The sign of Rabbit is a symbol of longevity, peace, and prosperity. 2023 is predicted to be a year of hope. Photo: Unsplash
On behalf of Rossland Ladies Auxiliary #14, Joan Lafond donates $8,000 to the Legion via Ray VanDen Nieuwenhof, past president of Royal Canadian Legion Branch #14 (Rossland). Photo: Submitted

Ladies auxiliary donates $8,000 to Rossland Legion

We support them whenever they need us, said auxiliary member Sharon Lussier

On behalf of Rossland Ladies Auxiliary #14, Joan Lafond donates $8,000 to the Legion via Ray VanDen Nieuwenhof, past president of Royal Canadian Legion Branch #14 (Rossland). Photo: Submitted
The best time to apply for the grant is in May after homeowners have received both their BC Assessment notice and their municipal property tax notice. Photo: Unsplash

Homeowner grants remain unchanged for West Kootenay

Assessment roll and jurisdiction numbers are needed to apply

The best time to apply for the grant is in May after homeowners have received both their BC Assessment notice and their municipal property tax notice. Photo: Unsplash
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Trail RCMP Sergeant provides insight on 2022 policing statistics

Overall calls for police service remained close to the year previous

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Columbia River near Trail, January 2023. Photo: Jim Bailey

River level near Trail to drop 3.1 feet this weekend

For up-to-date reservoir elevation and river flow information visit: bchydro.com

Columbia River near Trail, January 2023. Photo: Jim Bailey
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Trail woman conned of $1,000 in puppy scam

Police: Monetary funds sent in the form of gift cards and are not recoverable

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Trail RCMP respond to 2 separate stabbings in just over a week

Unrelated alleged crimes occurred Dec. 28 in Montrose and Jan. 5 in Trail

Happy New Year from the Trail Times. Photo: Brenda Haley

Happy New Year!

The Trail Times office will reopen Tuesday, Jan. 3

Happy New Year from the Trail Times. Photo: Brenda Haley
Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Trail and Greater District RCMP at 250.364.2566 or remain anonymous by calling Crimestoppers at 1.800.222.8477. Image: RCMP logo

Trail police looking for tips into Christmas Eve violent home invasion

RCMP find a 42-year-old man suffering from serious injuries

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Trail and Greater District RCMP at 250.364.2566 or remain anonymous by calling Crimestoppers at 1.800.222.8477. Image: RCMP logo