A 35-year-old man has been arrested following a robbery with a firearm investigation in Golden RCMP said in a media release Friday.
Joining the worldwide effort to champion and accelerate solutions to the climate crisis, Selkirk College and the West Kootenay Climate Hub will explore inspiring local initiatives in an online TEDx Countdown event.
The streets and side roads will be filled with ghosts and goblins Monday as trick-or-treaters get into the haunted spirit on Halloween.
Local police will be out patrolling in and around the Heritage City looking for any suspicious activity.
The city is dammed if they do and dammed if they don’t.
And it is a good thing to be dammed, in the case of the city’s Mountain Station reservoir, especially since the reservoir is now classified as a “dam” by provincial authorities.
There was a lot of trash talking at the final regular meeting of the outgoing council.
Mayor John Dooley put forth a notice of motion for consideration at the next (new) council meeting at the Oct. 25 meeting in council chambers regarding a complete review of the waste management strategy in the city.
Creation of a city communications policy and a code of conduct for council created confusion amongst some councillors.
NHL Central Scouting has released its preliminary list of "Players to Watch" for the upcoming 2022/23 NHL Entry Draft with Smoke Eaters defenceman Brady Smith being named to the list.
A portion of Esplanade Avenue and the parking lot near the Trail Riverfront Centre will be closed from Thursday, October 27 to Saturday, October 29, and Esplanade Avenue and Helena Street to Cedar Avenue will be closed from Friday, October 28 to Saturday, October 29 to accommodate the set-up and activities for the City of Trail’s annual
The Greater Trail Hospice Society (GTHS) will be running a series of Grief Support Training workshops in November aimed at those journeying with people who are grieving or those who work, or want to work, with those who have experienced loss and grief.
David Eby will be sworn in as British Columbia’s 37th premier by Lt. Gov. Janet Austin on Friday, Nov. 18, 2022.
The ceremony will take place at Government House. Timing and other details for media will be provided in the coming days.
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