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Readers are increasingly frustrated with inconsiderate drivers, writes columnist Claudette Sandecki
As an elementary school student each Monday morning teacher assigned 10 new words...
Terrace columnist Claudette Sandecki spends three days at home cocooned by a blizzard
Broken door at the Terrace Public Library has leaked our tax dollars for years
Unwelcome signs of little creature litter the house
Payments whittled my budget until things got so dire one week my fridge held only carrots and mustard.
Bill C-27 empowers band members to vote for a fairer share of reserve revenues.
If the complaints are kept secret, any investigation or consequences kept out of the public eye, all deterrence is lost.
A will can save everyone a lot of work and frustration
Have confidence with a Get Smart shoe phone innovation
Be sure to document your situation before speaking with merchants
The paperwork involved when someone dies is very complicated
Controversy erupts when stories told in private then become public
One person managed to convert crutches into a useful stool
Garbage, recycling program offers exercise possibilities
The resignation of director Doug McLeod begs the question
Talking out problems can be the start toward a solution
The simplest way to achieve this is to not buy the snack foods when grocery shopping.
One morning a week ago, sounds of what I took to be a mouse scritching about under my pillow had me wide awake in seconds...
Like puppies, our eating habits and food tastes derive largely from what our mothers taught us...