KAMLOOPS — William Shakespeare was way ahead of his time. When he wrote one of his best comedies “Much Ado About Nothing” in the late 1500’s, he didn’t realize that the themes of the play would recur so many times throughout history.
KAMLOOPS — Mostly, 2016 sucked. The weather was awful, politics was a mess, and a lot of good people died.
KAMLOOPS — When George Michael, Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds died this week, it all got to be a little much.
KAMLOOPS — The graffiti vandalism at the Kamloops cenotaph that occurred over the holiday season is disturbing on two fronts.
KAMLOOPS — The provincial health ministers should resolve in the New Year to stop bickering, take the money from the feds, and use it as intended.
KAMLOOPS — Our governments have a shortage of representation from women — that’s nothing new. In Ottawa, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has tried to address it, appointing 15 women to his cabinet of 30 members.
KAMLOOPS — Every year at this time, we start to see items about the biggest stories of the year. In the world perspective, Donald Trump’s seemingly unlikely rise to the presidency has loomed above all else.
KAMLOOPS — Like the Great Carnac of Johnny Carson’s era, it’s that time of year again. Time to pull out the crystal ball, the Ouija board, some old tealeaves, a copy of the National Enquirer and figure out what 2017 will look like.