ALMOST FIVE YEARS AGO, I began reading my pristine 1968 edition of The American People’s Encyclopedia. I bought it from a door-to-door salesman after I got my first full-time job at a newspaper in Prince George 51 years ago.
KAMLOOPS HAS A HISTORY of punching above its weight when it comes to notoriety in B.C.
IN LIGHT OF A COUPLE OF TIMELY NEWS STORIES, Refraction's Katie Neustaeter looks back at her January 13, 2019 column on the possibilities presented by a performing arts centre in Kamloops.
I WAS A LITTLE HARD ON NETFLIX in an earlier column.
‘TAX GRAB’ is such a nasty term. Nobody likes a tax grab. None of us likes to pay taxes at all, let alone when there’s a tax grab going on.
FRUSTRATION WITH what seems like the losing battle against opioid addiction was obvious Tuesday when Interior Health representatives talked to Kamloops City council.
KAMLOOPS — SPRING HAS SPRUNG and the nicer weather inevitably encourages the graffiti vandals to renew their destructive pastime.
A YEAR AGO, a horrible bus crash claimed sixteen lives and left thirteen others with lifelong injuries and trauma; their loved ones and so many people across the country still carry the heartbreak with them.
KAMLOOPS — SOMETIMES IT TAKES the right person to promote an idea before it takes hold. Last fall, Tourism Kamloops CEO Beverley DeSantis was shopping around the idea of a Kamloops convention centre.