Sheri Regnier

Second commercial acid spill in Kootenay city

Station 374 Trail was called to a Hazmat scene Wednesday night on Highway 3B

Kootenay village pot survey reveals a mixed bag

The majority of Warfield respondents were for cannabis sales, but with dispensary restrictions

How rental rates stack up in Trail, Castlegar and Nelson

Rent eating up a big portion of income in Trail and across the province

B.C. couple caught in Kootenay Pass avalanche

Just after the ministry carried out avalanche control and opened the highway a Rossland couple was almost swept away by snow

Quick action by Trail native saves a father’s life

“For those of you that haven’t taken a CPR course, maybe it’s time,” says Bruce Moffat.

Altercation with referee, 15, causes concern for bullying in B.C. minor hockey

Greater Trail Minor hockey referee denounces post-game confrontation with parent

Bullying young refs, is this what we want in B.C. minor hockey?

Greater Trail Minor hockey referee denounces post-game confrontation with parent

Joint replacement surgeries resume at Trail hospital

Increased infections put elective hip and knee surgeries on hold in December

Body discovered in burnt out car near Trail

Police report a body was found in the burnt out trunk of a 1999 Honda Civic

Genelle ‘vehicle incident’ under RCMP investigation

Regional firefighters respond to car fire Sunday night

West Kootenay-Boundary hospital district at odds with province, IHA over Arrow Lakes project

To get things moving, the RHD funded 100 per cent of planning costs instead of the usual 40 per cent

Kootenay kidney patient awaiting Air Canada refund

Dan Ervin has waited for an Air Canada refund since his kidney transplant was cancelled in August

$18 million for upgrades at KBRH

Minister Terry Lake announced the province would invest $9.4 million for a new ER at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital.

Kootenay Boundary doctors on poverty frontline

Poverty is one of the biggest risk factors for almost all major conditions that family medicine deals with, says Dr. Lee MacKay.

Salmo’s Project Mexico is a lesson in global community

Salmo students in the PEAK Leadership program are fundraising for an humanitarian trip to Mexico in March.

Update: Three arrested in brazen Trail robbery

Police confirmed to the Trail Times on Thursday that a number of guns were stolen during a robbery at Canadian Tire on Wednesday.

Columbia River: Prayers to bring back salmon

Members from the Upper Columbia United Tribes journeyed south from the Arrow Lakes to Kettle Falls, USA, this week.

Breathing new life into an old Kootenay mine

Margaux Resources acquired the Jersey-Emerald Project in 2014; historic tungsten-zinc site gets a chance at a second life.

Election 2015: Cannings wins South Okanagan-West Kootenay riding

NDP candidate prevails in newly-created federal riding

MLA says West Kootenay ignored in latest budget

“There really isn't anything for the Interior.” - Katrine Conroy.