This morning a Harms Pacific transport truck and trailer contracted by International Raw Materials Ltd. (IRM), carrying sulphuric acid, went off Highway 22 just west of Rossland. According to a news release by IRM, no sulphuric acid has spilled at this time; emergency services vehicles are on-site and there is no threat to health or vehicle safety. No injuries have been reported.
The City of Trail would like to provide the public with an update on the action the City has taken since the two sulphuric acid spills that occurred on April 10 and May 23, 2018 on Highway 3B (Highway 22).
Join Trail Arts Council in celebrating the start of the performance season and the exciting Bailey Theatre upgrades. Reserve your tickets now! It will be on October 4, 2018, at 7:30 pm.
The City of Trail has received $50,000 in funding from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) through the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP).
The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary has been busy lately, filling key staff positions to better serve the public a media release said Monday.
The RDKB has filled six positions during the pasts two months — two general managers, two managers and two unionized staff.
Interior Health Board announced Tuesday that Susan Brown has been appointed President and Chief Executive Officer, effective Oct. 29, 2018.
Brown replaces President & Chief Executive Officer Chris Mazurkewich, who earlier this year announced his intention to retire.
Interior Health said on any given day, Kootenay Lake Hospital (KLH) welcomes one new baby into the world.
On (Tuesday) July 24, hospital staff went over and above the call of duty when there were six babies delivered in a span of 22 hours. In contrast, at Kootenay Boundary Regional in Trail four babies were born.
Earlier this year it was the community of Glade getting a new cable ferry to replace its aging vessel.
In the fall it’s the area of Harrop/Procter that will see a new cable ferry carry more cars, trucks and commercial vehicles across the West Arm of Kootenay Lake as part of the provincial government’s Cable Ferry Replacement Project.