City of Trail

Photo: Tracey Tetreau

Report of habituated bear euthanized in West Trail

The habituated bear is reported to have been shot and killed by conservation on Thursday

Photo: Tracey Tetreau
Cheyanna Shypitka is the Rossland-Trail WildSafeBC coordinator. Photo: Rossland-Trail WildsafeBC/Facebook

Public urged to be on alert after grizzly bluff charges Rossland man

Rossland-Trail WildSafeBC reports the grizzly interaction occurred on Railway Avenue, Sept. 2

Cheyanna Shypitka is the Rossland-Trail WildSafeBC coordinator. Photo: Rossland-Trail WildsafeBC/Facebook
Raven’s Ridge part of a trail loop that leads to a scenic lookout over the hospital. Photo: Trail Times

Kootenay Boundary fire rescue called to two backcountry rescues in a few days

A hiker was injured on a trail above Miral Heights, a biker injured on Rossland railgrade

Raven’s Ridge part of a trail loop that leads to a scenic lookout over the hospital. Photo: Trail Times
Pictured left to right- Dana Haas, Terry Van Horn, Sophia Park

Van Horn wins sixth Blaylock ladies golf championship

Last year’s competition was cancelled so it was wonderful to hold the tournament once more

  • Sep 3, 2021
Pictured left to right- Dana Haas, Terry Van Horn, Sophia Park
From The Bailey Theatre’s newly renovated box office, Nadine Tremblay is counting the days until she can welcome in live performers and an in-person audience. The box office, which no one has seen because the building was mostly closed to the public, was updated earlier this year. The box office project was funded by Creative BC, the Trail and District Arts Council and Columbia Basin Trust. Photo: Submitted

The Bailey primes to welcome live performers and theatre-goers this fall

$1.2M functional makeover now underway in the downtown Trail venue

From The Bailey Theatre’s newly renovated box office, Nadine Tremblay is counting the days until she can welcome in live performers and an in-person audience. The box office, which no one has seen because the building was mostly closed to the public, was updated earlier this year. The box office project was funded by Creative BC, the Trail and District Arts Council and Columbia Basin Trust. Photo: Submitted
Sophie Hargreaves will study ballet in Toronto this fall. Photo: Lesley Chisholm

Rossland ballerina off to national dance school

As a child, Sophie spent many hours watching footage of Karen Kain performing.

Sophie Hargreaves will study ballet in Toronto this fall. Photo: Lesley Chisholm
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West Kootenay Zone camp wraps up in Trail

“There was a ton of talent out there, and lots of hard work” - Crusaders coach Dallas Calvin

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Rosewood Village appeared on IH’s active outbreak list update on Monday. Photo: Adobe stock

Interior Health confirms two COVID-19 cases in Trail seniors home

Two Rose Wood Village long-term residents are confirmed to be positive for COVID-19

Rosewood Village appeared on IH’s active outbreak list update on Monday. Photo: Adobe stock
Castlegar Search and Rescue was called out to help an injured Trail man. File photo

Castlegar Search and Rescue team rescues injured Trail man

The man was off-road motor biking when he was injured

Castlegar Search and Rescue was called out to help an injured Trail man. File photo
Photo: Trail Times file

Fire in Trail Gulch early Friday

Smoke was showing from the second floor window reports Captain Greg Ferraby

Photo: Trail Times file
The city will go ahead with replacing stadium lights and netting at Butler Park before the next baseball season. Photo: Jim Bailey

Butler Park to get new lights before 2022 season

City council votes to install lighting and netting to Trail baseball park

The city will go ahead with replacing stadium lights and netting at Butler Park before the next baseball season. Photo: Jim Bailey
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Trail road rage incident starts in parking lot

Trail RCMP sent a ‘Be On the Lookout For’ to other detachments to search for a man and his truck

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To learn more about the Lower Columbia Affordable Housing Society and Columbia Park Housing visit: lowercolumbiahousing.ca.

Columbia Park Housing in Trail creates affordable new homes for local residents

The three-storey complex contains nine-units for a mix of single tenants and families

To learn more about the Lower Columbia Affordable Housing Society and Columbia Park Housing visit: lowercolumbiahousing.ca.
Construction on the new 7-Eleven at the corner of Victoria St. and Pine Ave. in Trail has been delayed because it is waiting for proprietary equipment for its car wash from the U.S. Photo: Jim Bailey
Construction on the new 7-Eleven at the corner of Victoria St. and Pine Ave. in Trail has been delayed, while it waits for proprietary equipment for its car wash from the U.S. Photo: Jim Bailey

Construction on 7-Eleven in Trail delayed

Supply of proprietary equipment from the U.S. has delayed work on Victoria St. 7-Eleven

Construction on the new 7-Eleven at the corner of Victoria St. and Pine Ave. in Trail has been delayed because it is waiting for proprietary equipment for its car wash from the U.S. Photo: Jim Bailey
Construction on the new 7-Eleven at the corner of Victoria St. and Pine Ave. in Trail has been delayed, while it waits for proprietary equipment for its car wash from the U.S. Photo: Jim Bailey
Non vaccinated residents can take advantage of more drop-in clinics like this one in Gyro Park in Trail on Saturday. Photo: Geoff Fontes

Vaccination drop-in clinics return to West Kootenay

Trail residents can drop in and get their first or second shot at the Waneta Plaza on Aug. 26

Non vaccinated residents can take advantage of more drop-in clinics like this one in Gyro Park in Trail on Saturday. Photo: Geoff Fontes
Crews from Kootenay Boundary Fire and Rescue blocked off Green Ave. in West Trail in response to a natural gas line break.

Update: Service restored after gas line break in West Trail

A gas line break on Victoria St. forced the evacuation of 16 homes Thursday evening

Crews from Kootenay Boundary Fire and Rescue blocked off Green Ave. in West Trail in response to a natural gas line break.
Bears are out foraging above Sunningdale and cooling off near the Trail shoreline of the Columbia River. Photo: Tracey Tetreau

What you see …

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Bears are out foraging above Sunningdale and cooling off near the Trail shoreline of the Columbia River. Photo: Tracey Tetreau
Seasoned gardeners at Mountain Side Village in Fruitvale bought many plants from local sources to grow this season. But this particular bounty of purple tomatoes, called the Indigo Rose, is something new to them. Photos: Submitted

Perplexed by a purple tomato? Learn about the ‘Indigo Rose’

Indigo Rose is a new breed of cherry-tomato that contains anthocyanin

Seasoned gardeners at Mountain Side Village in Fruitvale bought many plants from local sources to grow this season. But this particular bounty of purple tomatoes, called the Indigo Rose, is something new to them. Photos: Submitted
Ron Wilson spotted this Great Blue Heron dipping its feet into the river near the Sunningdale “Y” last week. Photo: Ron Wilson

Great Blue Heron graces Trail waters

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Ron Wilson spotted this Great Blue Heron dipping its feet into the river near the Sunningdale “Y” last week. Photo: Ron Wilson
David Dudeck shares this striking photo of amber skies overhead in Trail on Sunday. Middle left is a wildfire service plane, part of the fleet fighting the Bear Creek fire. Photo: David Dudeck

Update: Evacuation alert rescinded for wildfire burning near Trail

BC and local wildfire crews responded to a wildfire started Sunday afternoon on Bear Creek Rd.

David Dudeck shares this striking photo of amber skies overhead in Trail on Sunday. Middle left is a wildfire service plane, part of the fleet fighting the Bear Creek fire. Photo: David Dudeck