KAMLOOPS — AS EXPECTED, Albertans elected a new government Tuesday, sending the NDP and Rachel Notley packing after just one term. In their place come Jason Kenney and the United Conservative Party.
MY QUESTION ABOUT TAX GRABS last week brought a lot of helpful responses.
TO THE OUTSIDE WORLD, Elana Fric and Mohammed Shamji were a couple in love, married for over a decade, children and all, each with a great career.
KAMLOOPS — THERE’S ANOTHER SIDE to the busker story that seems to have gotten lost.
WHEN BOUNCING THE CONCEPT of this column off of my husband I asked, “What would you say is the most important rule for interacting on social media?” His answer? “Don’t.” Wise man I married.
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.