KAMLOOPS — This is for the guy who almost ran me over with his bicycle.
KAMLOOPS — The minds of climate-change deniers won’t be changed with scientific facts. For them, the real issue isn’t science.
KAMLOOPS — I want to congratulate the Kamloops Central Business Improvement Association for discovering four years after it was scheduled, that a 25-cent-an-hour parking-rate increase wouldn’t be popular.
KAMLOOPS — So, Site C is a go. Which leaves about half the people in B.C. happy as clams, and the other half mad as hatters.
KAMLOOPS — As I watched last week’s city council meeting, I couldn’t help but think of the old Broadway play, Music Man. It’s a humorous musical about the arrival of a pool hall in conservative small-town America.
KAMLOOPS — Last week, the conservation group Sea Legacy (co-founded by Canadian-born photographer and marine biologist Paul Nicklen and his partner Cristina Mittermeier, also a conservationist, photographer, and writer,) released a video
KAMLOOPS — What’s this world coming to? We’re losing our department stores, the post office is in trouble, newspapers are dying — what’s next?
I sat in my old office at The Kamloops Daily News yesterday. Or, rather, I sat in my truck in a parking spot where my old office used to be, thinking about George W. Bush.
KAMLOOPS — Anyone considering signing up to serve in Canada's armed forces may be thinking twice after a couple of pieces of news this week.