City of Trail

The Trail 7-Eleven is located at the intersection of Victoria Street and Pine Avenue. Photo: Jim Bailey

Trail 7-Eleven gearing up to open this spring

The site is currently fenced off and monitored daily by a local security company

 

Selkirk College nursing students will provide year-round support for Trail’s transient and homeless population through the Bridging Rural Homelessness and Well-Being Project. Photo: Jim Bailey

Trail helps fund full time nursing student for homeless

Trail support helps Selkirk College project secure funds for homelessness and well-being project

 

Trail council agreed to exempt building permits for projects at the landfill and Columbia Pollution Control Centre. Photo: Sheri Regnier

City exempts building permits for pricey Kootenay Boundary projects

The City of Trail and Kootenay Boundary Regional District avoid new environmental hurdle

 

In total, 142 seniors at Rose Wood Village, Columbia View Lodge, Poplar Ridge, and other local seniors, received personalized Christmas gifts.
In total, 142 seniors at Rose Wood Village, Columbia View Lodge, Poplar Ridge, and other local seniors, received personalized Christmas gifts.
Call outs for paramedics attending drug overdoses doubled in Trail in 2021. (File photo)

Paramedic calls for drug overdose doubles in Greater Trail in 2021

“We have seen a dramatic increase in drug overdoses in the area,” said Trail Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.

Call outs for paramedics attending drug overdoses doubled in Trail in 2021. (File photo)
The best time to apply for the grant is in May after people 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 people have received both their BC Assessment notice and their municipal property tax notice. Photo: Unsplash
Rendering of the seniors condominium development proposed for Trail. Image: Submitted

Trail city council makes tough decision on seniors development

Despite opposition, council amends bylaws and goes forward with seniors development

Rendering of the seniors condominium development proposed for Trail. Image: Submitted
Trail police spoke to and confirmed that the signaler was in good health; however, she had became stranded inside the residence due to the unplowed driveway. Photo: Chris Curry/Unsplash

SOS for emergencies, not for help clearing snow; Kootenay RCMP

A woman was signaling for help getting a driveway cleared of snow

Trail police spoke to and confirmed that the signaler was in good health; however, she had became stranded inside the residence due to the unplowed driveway. Photo: Chris Curry/Unsplash
RCMP gave a verbal warning to the punch-throwing neighbour, though he could still be charged. Photo: Unsplash

Trail police attend snow spat after punches thrown

The RCMP were called to a Casino Road property Sunday night at 7 p.m.

RCMP gave a verbal warning to the punch-throwing neighbour, though he could still be charged. Photo: Unsplash
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Police are asking locals to take caution when clearing out heavy snow after the sudden death of a Trail man, aged 55, on the weekend. Photo: Unsplash

Police report sudden death in Rossland

The Trail man was shovelling snow with his wife when he began to feel unwell

Police are asking locals to take caution when clearing out heavy snow after the sudden death of a Trail man, aged 55, on the weekend. Photo: Unsplash
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Trail police find Jesus and Mary

The statutes are being stored at the Trail RCMP detachment until returned to rightful owner

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Snow removal began Friday and is scheduled to continue all week in certain Trail neighbourhoods. Photo: Jim Bailey

Updated: City of Trail continues to dig out

Trail city crews will start its snow removal efforts at 10 p.m. Friday night (Jan. 7)

Snow removal began Friday and is scheduled to continue all week in certain Trail neighbourhoods. Photo: Jim Bailey
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Senior housing a necessity in Trail

Letter to the Editor from Cezary Ksiazek

  • Jan 6, 2022
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Hospital worker assaulted at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

The woman, 39, has alleged an assault occured on Jan. 2 just before noon

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Be on the lookout for fires in downtown Trail

Trail RCMP officers put out two small fires in the downtown area with snow over the holidays

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Image of the trucks stuck on the Warfield Hill Monday. Photo: Amy Shepherd posted this photo on the West Kootenay Highway & Road Conditions Facebook page.

Trail emergency responders meet with highway contractor after 4 stuck trucks back up traffic

The Trail area was hit with upwards of 25 cm of snow by Monday morning

Image of the trucks stuck on the Warfield Hill Monday. Photo: Amy Shepherd posted this photo on the West Kootenay Highway & Road Conditions Facebook page.
The City of Trail is still cleaning up after the snowstorm pelted municipal roads and streets with upwards of 25 cm of snow earlier this week. Photo: Trail Times

West Kootenay towns and cities brace as another major snowstorm blows in

An intense winter storm forecast to move into southeastern B.C. tonight

The City of Trail is still cleaning up after the snowstorm pelted municipal roads and streets with upwards of 25 cm of snow earlier this week. Photo: Trail Times
Cassidy Caron (left) travelled across the country and back home to Rossland over the holidays for a few days of down time from her elected role as president of the Métis National Council, and to ski some runs at Red Mountain. Myrt Servatius (right), president of Kootenay South Métis Society, planned a meet-and-greet with Cassidy and society members, however Omicron restrictions cancelled the much-looked-forward-to event. Photo: Sheri Regnier

Métis National Council president makes a hometown visit to the Kootenays

Cassidy Caron, Rossland born and raised, was elected president of the national council on Sept. 30

Cassidy Caron (left) travelled across the country and back home to Rossland over the holidays for a few days of down time from her elected role as president of the Métis National Council, and to ski some runs at Red Mountain. Myrt Servatius (right), president of Kootenay South Métis Society, planned a meet-and-greet with Cassidy and society members, however Omicron restrictions cancelled the much-looked-forward-to event. Photo: Sheri Regnier
Former Beaver Valley Nitehawk Craig Martin is having a breakout year in the ECHL, leading the Jacksonville Icemen in scoring and points.

Trail pro hockey players excel in time of adversity

Trail’s Lucchini, St. Denis, Martin, and Jones’ all lead teams in scoring in respective pro leagues

Former Beaver Valley Nitehawk Craig Martin is having a breakout year in the ECHL, leading the Jacksonville Icemen in scoring and points.