Trail Daily Times

Apply for energy savers before West Kootenay winter rolls in

Income-qualified support programs help ease winter heating bills


BC Vaccine Card is the only verification of status

The province is reminding British Columbians that the BC Vaccine Card is now "the only acceptable proof of vaccination for British Columbians to enjoy certain businesses and recreational events safely."


Greater Trail municipalities and regional offices closed on Thursday

Sept. 30 is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation


Kootenay view of ‘Cathartes aura’

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Nobert slides to victory at World Curling Tour event

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

Status quo federal election still to have consequences

Election numbers change minimal but will still be disruptive

Trail-born talent on Instagram

Janice McLean's paintings are on exhibit at the Vancouver Fine Art Gallery

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

Robert Barron column: Some of us not meant to be TV stars

Our bosses decided they could save money if they combined television and newspaper reporters

September is bustling for the Greater Trail RCMP

Highlights from the Trail and Greater District RCMP detachment calls this month to date

Trail airman and 22 others killed in Germany 77 years ago will be honoured livestream from Europe, Saturday

Jack McVie, killed in action over Germany on Sept. 24, 1944, lies in the Rheinberg War Cemetery.

New outpatient care unit opens in Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

The top floor of the new wing at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH) opened for outpatient care on Monday.

  • Sep 22, 2021

Trail hosts World Curling Tour event

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

Improper use of bear-proof bins prompts advisory to Trail community

Trail council first partnered with Natural Control Alternatives in 2009 …

No horsin’ around, Trail police called to resolve manure spat

The argument between neighbours happened at a rural property in Rossland on Sunday

Trail native named Blue Jackets new assistant coach

Former Trail Smoke Eater, Steve McCarthy, earns promotion to NHL Columbus Blue Jackets

  • Sep 21, 2021