City of Trail

Restorative Justice has been practiced in B.C. since the 1990s as an alternative to the traditional criminal justice system. Photo: Redd/Unsplash

Restorative Justice seeks to reduce crime impact in the West Kootenay

Restorative justice seeks to repair the harm caused by crime and violence.

Restorative Justice has been practiced in B.C. since the 1990s as an alternative to the traditional criminal justice system. Photo: Redd/Unsplash
Firefighters contain a small zinc fire at Trimac’s base in the Waneta industrial area. Photo: Submitted

Crews attend zinc fire at transportation work site in Trail outskirts

The report of a zinc fire came into Kootenay Boundary fire rescue Sunday morning

Firefighters contain a small zinc fire at Trimac’s base in the Waneta industrial area. Photo: Submitted
Replanting native plants at B.V. Park

Trail students help with habitat enhancement at Beaver Creek Park

J. L. Crowe students help remove invasive plants and replace with native plant and seeds

  • Nov 21, 2021
Replanting native plants at B.V. Park
With transportation corridors compromised due to road closures, and the primary glass end market currently under water, Recycle BC advises it cannot move glass from receiving facilities to glass end markets. Photo: Sigmund/Unsplash

Changes to Kootenay Boundary recycling as province grapples with flooding disaster

Temporary changes include no curbside glass pick up, no foam/flexible plastics at Trail landfill

With transportation corridors compromised due to road closures, and the primary glass end market currently under water, Recycle BC advises it cannot move glass from receiving facilities to glass end markets. Photo: Sigmund/Unsplash
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Trail RCMP report fireworks fury, mattress muddle and more

A few case highlights from the Trail and Greater District RCMP

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Just a head’s up … Trail’s 44 Field Engineer Squadron will be practicing their night time training at the Casino Gun Range on Saturday, so residents should not be alarmed if they hear automatic gun fire or see flares lighting up the sky. Photo: submitted

Night training for Trail’s 44 Engineer Squadron

Don’t be alarmed if you hear gunfire Saturday night, it’s army training at the Casino Gun Range

Just a head’s up … Trail’s 44 Field Engineer Squadron will be practicing their night time training at the Casino Gun Range on Saturday, so residents should not be alarmed if they hear automatic gun fire or see flares lighting up the sky. Photo: submitted
The After School Band Program is readying to start up Nov. 23. Photo: Mathias P.R. Reding/Unsplash

Greater Trail After School Band program warming up to start teaching again

Band practise and lessons have been on hold since the pandemic began

The After School Band Program is readying to start up Nov. 23. Photo: Mathias P.R. Reding/Unsplash
Stuff the Bus goes Nov. 26 and Nov. 27 at Trail Ferraro Foods.

Stuff the Bus coming to downtown Trail

8th annual event supports locals in-need and the Salvation Army food bank

Stuff the Bus goes Nov. 26 and Nov. 27 at Trail Ferraro Foods.
Adopt a Senior brings joy to our most vulnerable. Photo: Pixabay

Sign up for Adopt a Senior program

Trail senior caregiver is asking residents to support the Adopt A Senior Program

Adopt a Senior brings joy to our most vulnerable. Photo: Pixabay
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Chamber launches South Kootenay shopping bag initiative

#ThinkLocalFirst Shopping Bag Campaign kicks off this month.

  • Nov 18, 2021
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Trail Rotarians, blooming volunteers and Take a Hike students came together the first week of November to plant almost 1,000 bulbs that will surely beautify the city this coming spring. Photo: Submitted

Growing an inclusive Trail community, one bulb at a time

Students, volunteers and Rotarians planted 1,000 bulbs around Trail to blossom in the spring

Trail Rotarians, blooming volunteers and Take a Hike students came together the first week of November to plant almost 1,000 bulbs that will surely beautify the city this coming spring. Photo: Submitted
Local Search and Rescue teams searched for Gary Camozzi, of Rossland on the weekend. Trail and Greater District RCMP ask the public to call them at <a href="tel:250-364-2566">250-364-2566</a> to provide any information about Mr. Camozzi’s possible current whereabouts. Photo: Submitted

Police provide update on search for missing Rossland man

Gary Camozzi has not been seen in Rossland or the greater area for more than a week

Local Search and Rescue teams searched for Gary Camozzi, of Rossland on the weekend. Trail and Greater District RCMP ask the public to call them at <a href="tel:250-364-2566">250-364-2566</a> to provide any information about Mr. Camozzi’s possible current whereabouts. Photo: Submitted
Victims and Survivors of Crime Week runs Nov. 14 to Nov. 20. Photo: Stefano Pollio/Unsplash

Victim and Survivors of Crime Week: Learn about key resources in the Trail area

Victims and Survivors of Crime Week began Sunday and runs until Nov.…

Victims and Survivors of Crime Week runs Nov. 14 to Nov. 20. Photo: Stefano Pollio/Unsplash
On Thursday, Nov. 4, Trail police received a report about a yellow and black 1975 Yamaha GT80 dirt bike stolen from a carport in the 200 block of Currie Street, in Annable. The motorcycle is worth approximately $1,000. Photo: Trail RCMP

November starts with plenty of calls to Trail RCMP

Attempted theft, weary gleaner and man brandishing knife prompts calls to Trail detachment

On Thursday, Nov. 4, Trail police received a report about a yellow and black 1975 Yamaha GT80 dirt bike stolen from a carport in the 200 block of Currie Street, in Annable. The motorcycle is worth approximately $1,000. Photo: Trail RCMP
Local Search and Rescue teams were searching the area on Sunday looking for Gary Camozzi. Trail and Greater District RCMP ask the public to call them at 250-364-2566 to provide any information about Mr. Camozzi’s possible current whereabouts. Photo: South Columbia Search and Rescue/Facebook

Search and Rescue teams sweep area for missing Rossland man

Gary Camozzi has not been seen in Rossland or the greater area for more than a week

Local Search and Rescue teams were searching the area on Sunday looking for Gary Camozzi. Trail and Greater District RCMP ask the public to call them at 250-364-2566 to provide any information about Mr. Camozzi’s possible current whereabouts. Photo: South Columbia Search and Rescue/Facebook
Skills Centre staff. Photo: Submitted

New living wage shows progress for Greater Trail low income earners

Government investments in child care and family supports offset other expense increases

Skills Centre staff. Photo: Submitted
RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich met with Trail city council at the GOC meeting Oct. 25 to release the third quarter crime statistics.

Trail RCMP releases crime report, responds to council concerns

The 2021 Third Quarter Crime Statistics show thefts from vehicles more than double

RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich met with Trail city council at the GOC meeting Oct. 25 to release the third quarter crime statistics.
Myron Nichol slides out of the hack in Kootenay Savings Super League action.  Photo: Jim Bailey

Team Nichol wins big in Super League action

Kootenay Savings Super League goes every Thursday at the Trail Memorial Centre

  • Nov 10, 2021
Myron Nichol slides out of the hack in Kootenay Savings Super League action.  Photo: Jim Bailey
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Police ask for help to local Rossland man

Mr. Camozzi has not been seen in Rossland for around one week.

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(Trail Times file photo)
(Trail Times file photo)