Jim Bailey

Rossland Prop Master Paul Wagner is hoping to bring some movie business back to the West Kootenay. Photo: Submitted
Trail jeweller Paul Durkin (pictured) was enlisted to design and create rings for the hit Netlix movie Love Hard by props master Paul Wagner. Photo: Jim Bailey

Kootenay props master’s work featured in Netflix Christmas rom-com Love Hard

Props Master Paul Wagner wants to see more movie business come through the Kootenay

Rossland Prop Master Paul Wagner is hoping to bring some movie business back to the West Kootenay. Photo: Submitted
Trail jeweller Paul Durkin (pictured) was enlisted to design and create rings for the hit Netlix movie Love Hard by props master Paul Wagner. Photo: Jim Bailey

Nobert slides to victory at World Curling Tour event

Team Nobert delivered a convincing win over Team McCrady in the curling event final

Rossland Council recognizes Day of Reconciliation

The Rossland Museum will be open in support of Orange Shirt Society

Green candidate’s open letter to SOWK residents

Green Party candidate Tara Howse comments on election results and political future

Trail track athetes excel at Calgary meet

Trail Track and Field athletes ranked among the best in province by Athletics Canada

Cranbrook Bucks sweep home-and-home with Smoke Eaters

Trail Smoke Eaters drop their first two pre-season games against Kootenay Conference rival Bucks

Beaver Valley Nitehawks mount comeback in Creston

Nitehawk Kaleb Percival scores last minute shorthanded goal to earn a tie with Creston Thunder Cats —

Beaver Valley Nitehawks fall to Castlegar Rebels in pre-season tilt

Castlegar Rebels open its pre-season with a 4-2 victory over the Beaver Valley Nitehawks

Fire breaks out in Fruitvale home’s garage

Kootenay Boundary firefighters contain a garage fire on First St. in Fruitvale Wednesday

Former Pride Gym fighter wins ninth Muay Thai title

Charles Bisset won by TKO to capture the WBL World Muay Thai Cruiserweight title

Trail hosts World Curling Tour event

The Trail Curling Club ice is keen to welcome the top curlers in BC this weekend

Rossland receives grant to improve development permitting process

Rossland will receive $175,000 grant to get assistance to better support development and growth

Rossland receives grant to improve development permitting process

The city will receive a $175,000 grant to get assistance to better support development and growth

West Trail roadwork resumes after gas main break

The delay pushed the estimated completion date of the Green Ave. project to late fall

Locals impress at Beaver Valley Nitehawks camp

The Nitehawks liked what they saw at an evaluation camp last week, and are ready for Main Camp

Rossland council decides on tax exemptions

Council made several difficult decisions on what groups were awarded permissive tax exemptions

Rossland council all in on electric vehicle

Pending delivery, the City of Rossland purchased a 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Select AWD

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

Trail police arrest smash-and-grab suspect

The man told Trail police he was a mystery shopper sent to test the store's response to theft

Council says ‘No Swimming’ in Rossland reservoir

What sounded like a great idea, was drowned out by climate change concerns