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Sheri Regnier

Sheri Regnier

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Recent Work by Sheri

Driver charged in head-on crash that killed B.C. mother of 4

Driver charged in head-on crash that killed B.C. mother of 4

56-year-old Terry Jackson’s 1st court appearance is Feb. 29 in the Rossland courthouse
NextGen: Loss of West Kootenay contract ‘shocking’

NextGen: Loss of West Kootenay contract ‘shocking’

Four non-union employees will likely be out of a job at the end of March
‘Just on my way’ tops list of excuses uninsured drivers give Kootenay highway patrol

‘Just on my way’ tops list of excuses uninsured drivers give Kootenay highway patrol

Kootenay highway patrol reports ‘shocking’ number of uninsured drivers
‘The gap is narrowing’; children’s lead levels in Trail decline

‘The gap is narrowing’; children’s lead levels in Trail decline

The Air Quality Program, delivered by Teck Trail Operations, works to reduce lead in airborne dust
Business looking up at Trail airport

Business looking up at Trail airport

For the first time in 6 years, Pacific Coastal lands Saab 340B at YZZ
Wear a white ribbon; pause to remember as Dec. 6 nears

Wear a white ribbon; pause to remember as Dec. 6 nears

Skills Centre with Trail Area VAWIR hosting vigil at Bridge View Cafe
Fired B.C. worker says ‘fork off’ to his former boss, escapes charges

Fired B.C. worker says ‘fork off’ to his former boss, escapes charges

Police say Trail employee damaged property after being fired
Keep your pants on: Police convince man camouflage trousers OK in B.C

Keep your pants on: Police convince man camouflage trousers OK in B.C

Caller asked police that the man’s camouflage pants be removed
‘Like a wrecking ball’: Kootenay woman arrested after twerking at RCMP

‘Like a wrecking ball’: Kootenay woman arrested after twerking at RCMP

The the woman was arrested for breach of peace and public intoxication
Skunk sighted in East Trail with pop can stuck on head

Skunk sighted in East Trail with pop can stuck on head

Report highlights from the Trail detachment for the second week of September
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