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Grapevine: Events and happenings in the Lower Columbia for the week of May 25-31.
A small black bear brought a comedy of errors in a Glenmerry neighbourhood this week.
City retains legal counsel to review impact
Bear, coyote and raccoon sightings are up in Rossland and Trail this spring, reports WildsafeBC.
Sharing in the Beaver Valley; Fruitvale Community Chest recognized as Citizen of the Year.
A steady stream of shoppers visited Trail’s incrEDIBLE Farmers Market on Saturday.
David, Susanna and Tad Lee took advantage of the sunshine at Gyro Park.
Smoke from an oven fire prompted a call to regional fire rescue on Sunday.
A new terminal building at Trail Regional Airport was 10 years in the making, says Coun Kevin Jolly.
The Trail Legion has traditionally served up food and beverages for parade participants.
Grapevine: Events and happenings in the Lower Columbia for the week of May 18-24
Mother and daughter took advantage of a break in the clouds on Wednesday.
Downtown Trail’s farmers market will return on Saturday with plenty of plants & local goodies for sale.
New targets are set for reductions in children’s blood lead levels, and lead levels in community air.
Toll of marching for years has members now performing from a flat bed truck
SOWK MLA Richard Cannings proposes June to be Italian Heritage Month in Canada
The Water Quality Advisory for Waneta Junction properties was rescinded by the city late Monday.
A Passagiata or stroll across the Skywalk launched weekend festivities in the City of Trail.
Teck will sell its two-thirds interest in Waneta Dam to Fortis Inc. for $1.2 billion
The new build, presently under budget, will be move-in ready early next year.