KAMLOOPS — When the justice system deals with someone like Allan Schoenborn, public safety must be its number one concern.
KAMLOOPS — For a man who is so media savvy, Justin Trudeau’s ham-handed handling of tax reforms is surprising.
KAMLOOPS — Illegal fentanyl lab operators don’t intend to kill users. They would prefer to have return customers. The problem, I suspect, is that the fentanyl used is so concentrated that it’s hard to dissolve to a uniform consistency.
KAMLOOPS — Auto insurance is going up yet again — about $130 a year including both basic and optional insurance, according to an ICBC announcement yesterday. The insurer blames it on more crashes, more claims and higher costs.
KAMLOOPS — This is the seventh in a series on my experiences as the mayor of Kamloops from 1999 to 2005. By MEL ROTHENBURGER “Well, so much for barbershop polls.”
KAMLOOPS — If your summer fun includes going to the beach, on the shores of either the South or North Thompson Rivers, you likely noticed the receding water line over the last few weeks, more so on the first.
KAMLOOPS I watched the demolition work at the old Kamloops Daily News building for a couple of minutes the other day. The sign says “Daily News Site – Demolition.” It should say, “Daily News Site – Demolished Dreams.”
KAMLOOPS — I often question how decisions are made regarding the design of intersections in the city. Especially where they involve properties that are in a difficult spot. It is not easy to resolve.
KAMLOOPS — Hydropothecary is ready for the revolution. Or at least that's what Terry Lake, a new executive with the Gatineau-based company, would have you believe.