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The Trail Maple Leaf Band is still marching strong into its centennial celebration.
Retired Dr. Brenda Trenholme cycled 12,000 kilometres in a four-month journey from Cairo to Cape Town.
And that isn't the only reason accidents on B.C. roads spike right after the clocks fall back.
Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett is now a Minister of State, giving rural communities an advocate at the cabinet table.
Trustees agreed on SD20 Transportation Plan, bus fees will be eliminated pending its approval from the ministry.
Pictures submitted by outdoor enthusiasts are shining new light on bobcat and lynx habitats in the province.
Mail service may cease by Monday if negotiations between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) remain at a standstill.
Work hard and never lose sight of your dreams, are two themes from the grade ceremony for J.L. Crowe's 2016 class.
Interior Health is the first health authority in the province to introduce a region-wide number to report abuse.
For the first time in Trail, Aboriginal Day will be celebrated this weekend. The community is invited to Gyro Park on Sunday.
Sensai Scott Hutcheson of the Beaver Valley and Rossland Chito Ryu Karate dojos won gold and silver at the BC Karate championships.
Emergency preparedness is a shared responsibility, says regional emergency coordinator Dan Derby.
Danny Ferraro (right) from Trail Ferraro Foods helps Silver City Days organizer Keith Smyth pack up 500 pounds of grapes before the stomp.
Bobsled team ready to knock out competition
West Kootenay Friends of Refugees help settle newcomers to Rossland; families reflect on Christmas traditions
New one-year recreation deal will allow Beaver Valley residents to use Trail facilities at Trail resident prices
A former workaholic from Quebec is pursuing his childhood dream of becoming a cowboy, with a trip out West by wagon train.