KAMLOOPS — I am not an expert in social media. There are those I work with who understand this better than I.
KAMLOOPS — Yesterday morning was a magical one. Snow and temperatures below 10 for a change after days of almost minus 15. Puppy and I found our way to Peterson Creek and, aside from snow, we found exuberance.
KAMLOOPS — We have long failed to recognize the contributions of Canada’s women to our rich history, just as we have failed to recognize the contributions of many of our First Nations leaders.
KAMLOOPS — And people say local politics is dull. I say, Pshaw. (Now there’s a word that should come back in style.)
KAMLOOPS — There but by the grace of God go I. Even if you're not a believer in the man upstairs, you recognize the significance and truth inherent in this popular idiom.
KAMLOOPS — Did you get your postcard in the mail this week inviting you to take part in the federal Liberals’ online survey on “democratic values”? The Libs are getting lambasted for it, and at least half of it is deserved.
KAMLOOPS — Award-winning Kamloops author Steven Galloway has problems of his own making. They could have been avoided.
KAMLOOPS — Why is it that politicians are so determined to employ social media to self-destruct? The shreds of once-promising careers litter the political landscape thanks to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.