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What kind of meds is Canuck general manager Mike Gillis on? Are they legal or black market because they obviously cause brain damage.
Why was an area property owner proposing a 24-storey hotel complex allowed to vote in the charrette when other property owners were not?
It seems I have discovered a virtual treasure trove of tidbits and tantalizing tales to tickle readers reading desires.
I smell a skunk in the woodpile.…Is this a charrette or a charade?
Amid the controversy of who is, or is not, a member of Canada’s Olympic hockey team, the name Corey Crawford was barely whispered.
With Elise Clark you pretty much knew where you stood and what she thought. If you were unsure—Elise would tell you.
This little gem of prose re-appeared in my email box and I figured it was poignant enough to print out and give to Mark and Graham.
The final nail in the Kamloops News’ coffin is apparently the same pointy punctuation that’s closed other newspapers doors—economics.
In reality, that is what New Years is largely about—renewed hope.
Readers have submitted names of people that made a difference in some way, shape, or form to their life.
Once again sports analysts and fans are shaking their head this week at a couple of asinine plays in the NHL…
Even for one probably originally destined to be North Pole elf, my house decorating schedule was absurdly advanced this year.
I suppose it is understandable that such grief inspiring, cataclysmic events lodge or dislodge memory bank data.
…those that helped create our history tend to die leaving those alive with less knowledge of what it is they are trying to remember.
I marvel at many of the inventions and changes in our society since my birth just 58 years ago.
Life does not get much better than snuggling up, eating ice cream, and watching Alvin and the Chipmunks [with your granddaughter].
All proceeds from the show will go to Metro Central, an excellent facility downtown.
Once in a while I get the NHL guessing game right, and then joyfully strut about like I actually knew what I was prattling on about.
My brother's picture I remember best was one that has been seen by thousands of Kelowna residents and other Canadians.
I wanted to scream out, “Don’t do it girl, don’t buy those cigarettes.”