KAMLOOPS — Right about now, frustration and impatience should be setting in among some of the unfortunate people who have been displaced from their homes by the wildfires.
KAMLOOPS — One of the expected consequences of writing a political opinion piece is the inevitable name calling.
KAMLOOPS — One can’t fully appreciate the enormity of the job involved in looking after wildfire evacuees until you drill down to the small things.
KAMLOOPS — I often wonder why it takes tragedy to bring out the best (and sometimes the worst) in people.
I was almost done with writing this week’s column by Thursday last week. It was about the missing campfire ban; it was long overdue and its absence worrying.
KAMLOOPS — The plight of Sears is indicative of what is happening with many of our traditional shopping sources. And it could well get worse before it gets better.
All my life, I’ve been skeptical about the existence of a supreme being. I was raised an atheist, but drifted toward agnosticism quite some time ago.
KAMLOOPS — There are many, many things in the world to make a reasonable person angry these days. The list seems to be getting longer every week, with white supremacists taking top spot to kick off July.
Those expressing outrage at the $10.5-million settlement between the federal government and Omar Khadr should look more closely at the facts.