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With a month to go before the provincial election, things are starting to heat up on the campaign trail.
The long-awaited trade…failed to actually take place by Wednesday, the NHL’s regular season trade deadline.
Christy Clark is visiting K-Town next week, an indication, perchance, that she recognizes not everything is lovely in lotus land.
…the discussion opened up quickly about priorities and concerns and I think it helped him somewhat.
On Valentine’s Day, Tez and I were invited by Peter Comrie and Joyce Evans to watch the amazing group Chic Gamine.
I had the ideal childhood, romping throughout the summers in a world of sunshine, swimming, and the simple, sweet life.
Last news brought the sad news that Kelowna has lost two more quality characters in Graham Takoff and Myrtie Reid.
The shortened NHL season inspires yet another Hodge Podge tradition—the Laugh at Charlie’s Stupid Hockey Predictions time once again.
Today's column is one that’s been on my brain for a couple years and is perhaps overdue.
The NHL is back on the ice but how many fans did it lose as a result of the lengthy lockout?
Columnist Charlie Hodge praises his annual Charlie's Angels.
First thing early on Nov.12, Tez and I actually began to hang some yuletide decorations around the home.
There is simply so much to do during the Christmas season.
Ken Noble was not a big man but he had a big and bold heart, despite his occasional attempt at times to be gruff.
Superb singer/songwriter Barry Mathers will not be playing at this Saturday’s Night of the Arts concert.
I have yet to figure out why Canadians are so preoccupied with the U.S, election yet barely give a rat’s behind about our own.
Golly Gee, famed Canadian hockey player, analyst and writer Howie Meeker turns 90.
Because of the many stressors life can throw in one’s path, I have waned somewhat in remembering the multiple joys in our fast-paced world.
We are often too complacent a society, convinced too many social issues are ‘not our business, not our right to interfere with.’
I have fallen prey to the allure of Facebook and its various addictions and idiosyncrasies.