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Mention Shakespeare and I think of tedious hours in high school English classes
I find it hard to understand why patients would fail to call ahead when they cannot make medical appointments.
Since I ceased reading bedtime stories, fairies have escaped my attention until recently when fairies popped up in two places.
Could a hockey game similar to Guns and Hoses be organized to support music students through the Dare to Dream Foundation?
Starved ministry funding limits proper care for vulnerable children.
I can’t wait for the American presidential election to be over. The lengthy campaign is taking over my life.
We need to plant thinking of how a tree will grow, but do we need trees on northern B.C. roads to be cropped straight up one side?
You never know what is going to be on television nowadays
So many of my favourite things have been ruined by improvements. Shredded wheat biscuits breakfast cereal for one.
I think little of B.C.’s new education curriculum being trotted out this month with much hope and hoopla.
How much consideration do elected representatives give to what they say at city council meetings, which are broadcast live?
Olympian Ryan Lochte was punished by sponsors, severing contracts worth $10 million. If only laws were as swift.
How many little kids have gone missing in British Columbia so far this summer?
The Terrace B.C. senior housing survey and Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine marijuana bylaw raise a number of issues for me...
She considered everything from mowers to goats, sheep and horses to tame her wild lawn, and finally found a solution.
Or summer ends up being a lot with an unsightly view, worries about how to deal with it and vegetation impervious to mowers
Developers should be looking to building housing for Terrace's growing population of seniors
Columnist Claudette Sandecki searches for column topics without divulging family secrets
Columnist Claudette Sandecki reminisces on a sweet pastime
Columnist Claudette Sandecki on the difficulties of getting rid of stuff