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Water meter mess

The spectre of water meters has reared its ugly head and, once again, city councillors are being torn in two directions. ..... ...........................................................................................................................

Literacy a building block for future success

Imagine what your life would be like if you couldn't read this newspaper or anything more complicated than street signs or slogans.

Bernard Landry huffs and puffs

When Quebec deputy premier Bernard Landry called the Canadian flag "bits of red rag" earlier this week, he caused quite a stir in the nation's capital.

Get ready, Gordon

The race for the right to represent the Kamloops constituency after the next provincial election is on.

Let's get together

At a time when it seems every second story deals with First Nations protests, disagreements and disputes with federal and provincial governments or public and private groups, Wildhorse Town shines like a beacon.

Nash, Dosanjh and Wal-Mart hypocrites

"Being a hypocrite has marvelous advantages!" Some cheers and jeers to start the year.

Thank Brian for gas cost

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Wake up, West

Federal government needs to step up to plate and help highway

Many thoughts and issues have been raised in the aftermath of the tragic bus/transport accident near Revelstoke, which took the lives of six people on Nov. 27, 2000.

Reward fat-trimming

Thanks to the previous council's decision to stay away from municipal tax increases, this year's council is faced with tough decisions.