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Luca Hair Studio is hosting the salon’s fourth annual Pink Streak for Cancer on Friday at 5 p.m. All proceeds

Streak for Cancer raises funds, awareness

Pink is the new purple, especially for the month of October when stylists add a punch of colour for a good cause.

Luca Hair Studio is hosting the salon’s fourth annual Pink Streak for Cancer on Friday at 5 p.m. All proceeds

Castlegar ponders pitch for new SPCA facility

“We’re currently looking at different possibilities and options through them.” ~ Danielle Jackman, Trail SPCA Manager

The lineups were already growing Wednesday as festival goers arrived for the Shambhala Music Festival at the Salmo River Ranch

Harm reduction plans help keep festival safe: organizers

Shambhala staff doesn’t turn a blind eye to drug use and instead leads with a strong focus on harm reduction and safety.

The lineups were already growing Wednesday as festival goers arrived for the Shambhala Music Festival at the Salmo River Ranch
About 30 people gathered for a press conference Monday that addressed the death of 75-year-old Thomas Feeney of Rossland. Son Tom Feeney and son-in-law Colin Lohrer lowered their heads in grief while limited details on the homicide were released.

Police seek information on Rossland homicide

Thomas Feeney, 75, was found dead at his Rossland home last Thursday

About 30 people gathered for a press conference Monday that addressed the death of 75-year-old Thomas Feeney of Rossland. Son Tom Feeney and son-in-law Colin Lohrer lowered their heads in grief while limited details on the homicide were released.

SD20 renews deal with BC Transit

BC Transit will have to reach deeper into its pockets to store busses at a School District 20 lot in Waneta.

School District 20 – Support workers vote for strike action

School District 20 employees have voted to strike after contract negotiations for a higher wage hit a wall last month.

Greater Trail teachers will put full-scale walkout to a vote this week

Greater Trail teachers will be casting a vote on whether they support a full withdrawal of services Wednesday, February 29, 2012.

Counsellor Joe McKinnon said there are ways to overcome symptoms that appear in a relationship that is no longer in the “honeymoon phase.”

Greater Trail couple promotes ‘high ground’ healing

Couple offers marriage counseling for relationships beyond 'honeymoon phase'

Counsellor Joe McKinnon said there are ways to overcome symptoms that appear in a relationship that is no longer in the “honeymoon phase.”
Trail resident John Postnikoff has landed several jobs through Career Development Services

Career Development Services expanding to Castlegar

Trail organization set to open Castlegar branch in April

Trail resident John Postnikoff has landed several jobs through Career Development Services
Teresa Lucas has new signs

Lil T’s celebrates 10th anniversary with new and healthy beginnings

It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years of business for Teresa…

Teresa Lucas has new signs
Dwight Cameron

Specialty wine store planned for Warfield

Other liquor store owner fears small market can’t bear another operator

Dwight Cameron
While unionized workers at Kootenay Savings Credit Union have rejected the company's offer

KSCU LABOUR DISPUTE – Workers reject offer

Kootenay Savings Credit Union is keen to go back to the bargaining…

While unionized workers at Kootenay Savings Credit Union have rejected the company's offer
Sheridan Larsen

Clothing store offers a ‘festival for the eyes’

After hosting clothing sales out of her home, a woman with a…

Sheridan Larsen