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The U15 Trail Orioles cruised to a two-game sweep of the U15 West Kelowna Diamondbacks on Saturday at Butler Park. Photo: Jim Bailey

U15 Trail Orioles open season with sweep over West Kelowna

U15 Orioles will host the D-Backs in a doubleheader on Sunday at Butler Park in Trail

The U15 Trail Orioles cruised to a two-game sweep of the U15 West Kelowna Diamondbacks on Saturday at Butler Park. Photo: Jim Bailey
Police Briefs

Police briefs: Wanted woman arrested for fraud

Greater Trail and District RCMP stress importance of locking vehicles and removing valuables

Police Briefs
Greater Trail Community Skills Centre staff have long enjoyed the benefits of a four-day work week. From left: Morag Carter, Alison Girard, Jay Shete, Frank Marino, Tristan Ploeg, Harshil Patel, Karina Allis.

Greater Trail Skills Centre embraces four-day work week

An evolving trend? Greater Trail Skills Centre has long enjoyed the benefits of a four-day work week

Greater Trail Community Skills Centre staff have long enjoyed the benefits of a four-day work week. From left: Morag Carter, Alison Girard, Jay Shete, Frank Marino, Tristan Ploeg, Harshil Patel, Karina Allis.
KBRFR responded to a brush fire in Rossland Saturday night.

Brush fire started in Rossland deemed suspicious

Kootenay Boundary Fire and Rescue were called out late Saturday night to a fire on Dunn Cres.

KBRFR responded to a brush fire in Rossland Saturday night.
Kootenay Boundary fire crews attended a fire at Country Roads in Fruitvale on Tuesday night. Photo: Facebook.

Fire damages general store in Fruitvale

Fire crews douse a fire at Country Roads, “Damage was done but it could have been way worse.”

Kootenay Boundary fire crews attended a fire at Country Roads in Fruitvale on Tuesday night. Photo: Facebook.
The KBRH Gratitude Mural by Tyler Toews was unveiled at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital on June 9. L-R: Kala Draney, third year med student, Dr. Scot Mountain, Diane Shendruk from IH, Dr. Carolyn Stark, Dr. Sue Benzer, Dr. Kristen Edge, James Brotherhood, Dr. Dennis Small, and Dr. Sue Babensee. Photo: Submitted

Kootenay Boundary doctors offer a healthy dose of goodness with Gratitude Mural

Its red ribbon is in the shape of a heart rising above a Kootenay Boundary mountain scene

The KBRH Gratitude Mural by Tyler Toews was unveiled at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital on June 9. L-R: Kala Draney, third year med student, Dr. Scot Mountain, Diane Shendruk from IH, Dr. Carolyn Stark, Dr. Sue Benzer, Dr. Kristen Edge, James Brotherhood, Dr. Dennis Small, and Dr. Sue Babensee. Photo: Submitted
Rossland Midtown housing development

All Rosslanders asked to engage in Official Community Plan

Rossland city council gives residents an opportunity to offer ideas and priorities for future

Rossland Midtown housing development
Dan and Lina Horan, who have been coaching and managing the Trail Track and Field Club for more than 40 years, have past the torch to Kylie Lakevold. Photos: Jim Bailey

Trail couple retires from 40 years of coaching Trail track club – leave it in good hands

Dan and Lina Horan retire from Trail Track and Field Club, pass the torch to Kylie Lakevold

Dan and Lina Horan, who have been coaching and managing the Trail Track and Field Club for more than 40 years, have past the torch to Kylie Lakevold. Photos: Jim Bailey
Smoke Eaters forward Kent Johnson carries the puck out in front of goalie Logan Terness in a game vs the Penticton Vees in January, 2020. Both Johnson and Terness cracked NHL Central Scoutings Top Rankings for the 2021 NHL Draft. Photo: Jim Bailey

Trail Smoke Eaters alumni ranked high on 2021 NHL Draft rankings

NHL Central Scouting ranks former Smoke Eaters Kent Johnson #3 and goalie Logan Terness #25

Smoke Eaters forward Kent Johnson carries the puck out in front of goalie Logan Terness in a game vs the Penticton Vees in January, 2020. Both Johnson and Terness cracked NHL Central Scoutings Top Rankings for the 2021 NHL Draft. Photo: Jim Bailey
Students from the three schools may be bussed to Stanley Humphries next year. Photo by John Boivin
Students from the three schools may be bussed to Stanley Humphries next year. Photo by John Boivin
Rossland Refactory

Rossland Refactory awarded innovation grant

Rossland Refactory awarded $14,000 grant for reprocessing plastics into products

Rossland Refactory
firefighters

Quick response douses brush fire in downtown Trail

A potentially dangerous brush fire was extinguished by Kootenay Boundary firefighters in minutes

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Rossland City Council issued a press release critical of Mayor Kathy Moore's travel to the U.S.

Rossland council addresses issue of mayor’s travel to U.S.

Prior to her trip, some councillors and staff expressed deep concerns about her plans

Rossland City Council issued a press release critical of Mayor Kathy Moore's travel to the U.S.
Photo: File

Fruitvale councillor responds to online criticism

“The bullying has to stop. People want to be heard, everybody wants to be heard” - Lindsay Kenny

Photo: File
A black bear went ballistic when it found itself trapped inside a Rossland family’s vehicle. Photo: Ona Stanton

Black bear goes berserk in Rossland family vehicle

The door closed trapping the bear in the truck, what followed was mayhem

A black bear went ballistic when it found itself trapped inside a Rossland family’s vehicle. Photo: Ona Stanton
Rossland Mayor Kathy Moore is facing backlash over her trip to California. Photo: File

Rossland mayor asks for understanding after travel south of border

An extended holiday resulted in social media backlash after Rossland mayor visits family in the U.S.

Rossland Mayor Kathy Moore is facing backlash over her trip to California. Photo: File
The alley behind the cold weather shelter has seen recent conflicts between businesses and homeless.

City of Trail council meets with RCMP to reclaim downtown core

Conflicts between businesses and homeless prompts city of Trail to call emergency meeting

The alley behind the cold weather shelter has seen recent conflicts between businesses and homeless.
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Anti-vaxxers rally in Fruitvale

About 40 maskless protesters gathered at Creekside Park in Fruitvale last week

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After years of advocating, the Glenmerry Parents Advisory Council will see a rebuild of the Trail elementary school in the next three years.

Province announces major rebuild for Glenmerry Elementary

Glenmerry Elementary is slated for a rebuild beginning in Aug. 2022 and completed by Sept. 2024

After years of advocating, the Glenmerry Parents Advisory Council will see a rebuild of the Trail elementary school in the next three years.
Red Mountain Racers are rallying the community to help push them into the top 10 of the McKenzie Top Peak challenge. Times file photo

Red Mountain Racers call on ski community for Peak support

Red Mountain Racers need your vote to advance to the next round of Mackenzie Top Peak challenge

Red Mountain Racers are rallying the community to help push them into the top 10 of the McKenzie Top Peak challenge. Times file photo