KAMLOOPS — It’s difficult writing a column when you have to begin with these three words, “I was wrong”. But I was wrong, at least in my assumptions. Let me explain.
KAMLOOPS — The word imperfect on the bag of apples caught my eye. I grew up picking apples off the few apple trees in my family’s garden, but I could not describe to you what a perfect apple looks like.
KAMLOOPS — Good turnout this past weekend at the first open house on what to do with the old golf course on McArthur Island — lots of standing around discussing possibilities, and posting of sticky notes on maps with preferred options.
KAMLOOPS — One can only hope the parking at TRU will soon improve to allow students to actually park on campus to attend classes.
KAMLOOPS — I want Terry Lake to pay attention. For the last couple of years, I’ve ranted about the doctor shortage.
KAMLOOPS — It's impossible to resist a few words in response to the thoughts presented by my colleague the Armchair Mayor earlier this week.
KAMLOOPS — A scant four days after a massive swap-and-shutdown of daily and community papers by Canadian media giants Torstar and Postmedia, the virus that has the newspaper industry on its knees has struck closer to home, though not wit
KAMLOOPS — What was once a trickle has become a torrent of reports from women of how they were groped, fondled, molested, assaulted, raped, and verbally abused; how they fought off the unwanted sexual advances of men.
KAMLOOPS — Finally, some good news for our friends south of the border. All week long, the American networks and newspapers have been crowing about the fact a U.S. citizen has become engaged to Prince Harry.