Sheri Regnier

Signs needed to draw in Silver City sightseers

Council is working on a plan to give tourists a heads up on new attractions like the Trail museum

The only firestorm in Trail was on social media

Power outage set off alarms at Teck Trail; company says no fire or flooding

Updated: “Crowe as safe today as it was yesterday.”

School District 20 addresses concerns following a student posting photo with a fake gun

Rossland quilter takes top spot in national competition

Karen Thatcher’s “The Getaway” placed first in the Canadian juried show in Vancouver earlier this month

Kootenays outperform B.C. regions in job growth

Retail and hospitality jobs boosted 2017 Kootenay employment numbers ahead of other B.C. regions

Kootenays outperform B.C. regions in job growth

Retail and hospitality jobs boosted 2017 Kootenay employment numbers ahead of other B.C. regions

Kootenay lifestyles expo opens Friday

Grapevine: Events in Trail and Greater Area for the week of June 7 to June 13

Quiet leadership recognized with Montrose service award

Terry Jones is this year’s recipient for the Montrose Community Service Award

Two arrested after break-in at Warfield Liquor Store

Police say a large amount of alcohol was recovered from the suspected getaway vehicle

May hot spell sets new Kootenay records

The average daily temperature was around 5 C above normal, reports the Castlegar weather office

Trail teen takes home gold in track

The B.C. high school track championships were in Langley last week

Ready for more shows at The Bailey?

With a five-year deal in place, TDAC has huge lineup in the works for downtown Trail’s Bailey Theatre

Teen talent takes over Trail tonight

JL Crowe students are featured in the VISAC Gallery and The Bailey Theatre Friday night

Home in Trail Gulch still not safe to enter

Witness reported hearing an explosion at around 12:30 p.m. Friday May 25

Trail leaders network in Halifax this week

Trail officials are at the FCM in Halifax this week networking with Canada’s municipal leaders

B.C.’s pristine coast at stake, says Kootenay West MLA

MLA Katrine Conroy is in Victoria for the final week of legislation before Parliament breaks

We’re off to see the Wizard

The Wizard of Oz goes in downtown Trail’s Bailey theatre Friday and Saturday from 7-9 p.m.

Pipeline sale fails Canadians, says B.C. MP

South Okanagan-West Kootenay MP Richard Cannings was in Parliament when the pipeline story broke

Save time, save lives; the 9-1-1 in Kootenay Boundary

Changes to 9-1-1 dispatch produce immediate impact for Kootenay Boundary Regional Fire Rescue

New acid plant halfway done at Teck Trail

Teck marks halfway point in $174-million acid plant construction