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Six people in B.C. infected with E. coli linked to flour

BC Centre for Disease Control is warning British Columbians to throw away bad flour

Head of MMIW inquiry says she understands frustrations over hearing delays

The commission is set to hold its first public hearing May 29 in Whitehorse

Walk for Arthritis in Trail

Do it for the kids - Walk to Fight Arthritis in Trail on June 4.

  • May 19th, 2017

Final vote count to settle B.C. election

Absentee ballots, recounts begin Monday in 87 constituencies

Ground breaks for new terminal at YZZ

A new terminal building at Trail Regional Airport was 10 years in the making, says Coun Kevin Jolly.

Cherries expected to reach record numbers

BC Tree Fruits are anticipating a record 12 million pounds of cherries this season

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After 75 years, San Martino Club stays true to origins
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Rossland elders take snow cat up Grey and Granite mountains
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Letter home to mom
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Maple Ridge homeless rally gets heated
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A big bouncing baby boy born at EK Regional Hospital

Shawn Tyson Williams Burgoyne weighed in at 13 pounds, 9.5 ounces.

Sign up for MyHealthPortal at KBRH

A team will at KBRH May 16–19 and May 23–25 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

  • May 19th, 2017

Fun in the sun

Mother and daughter took advantage of a break in the clouds on Wednesday.

Warfield crews deal with sinkhole in Annable

Warfield is hoping it solved the issue of a sinkhole that suddenly appeared Monday morning.

Washing Victoria Street before Victoria Day

Emcon workers are on the Victoria St. Bridge this week washing away the sand and gravel.

Plenty of plants for the farmers’ market

Downtown Trail’s farmers market will return on Saturday with plenty of plants & local goodies for sale.

THEC establishes new program goals for 2020

New targets are set for reductions in children’s blood lead levels, and lead levels in community air.

Medical wait times cost B.C. patients $2,300 each

New Fraser Institute report places B.C. at second worst in costs associated with long wait times

Big crowds for Silver City Days

A Passagiata or stroll across the Skywalk launched weekend festivities in the City of Trail.

Parties jockey for position in B.C. minority

NDP’s John Horgan says he and Christy Clark have nothing to talk about

What’s the deal with the dam?

Teck will sell its two-thirds interest in Waneta Dam to Fortis Inc. for $1.2 billion

Water washes away section of Highway 3 at Paulson Pass

A major washout on Highway 3 east of the Paulson Bridge is expected to affect traffic for some time.

Water advisory for Waneta Junction lifted

The Water Quality Advisory for Waneta Junction properties was rescinded by the city late Monday.

Don’t hold Alberta ‘hostage,’ Rachel Notley warns B.C.

TransMountain pipeline project expected to proceed in fall