Richard Haddad is the News Content & Digital Media Director for Western News&Info, Inc., the parent company of The Daily Courier.
This is a personal message written with a heart full of concern for a little girl who vanished 19 years ago this week.
In November a B.C. comic strip carried a message that may have been lost in the fanfare and pageantry leading up to this holiday season.
Medical experts urge police investigation
The co-owner of The Daily Courier was poisoned with what could have been lethal doses of thallium and other chemicals, according to leading toxicology and medical experts.
A bicycle for a kiss and a broken promise
When I was 7 years old, I sat in a vacant lot across from my house and promised a neighbor girl my bicycle in exchange for a kiss.
I left my office one evening with a dozen thoughts about work still lingering on my mind. With appointments to keep and children to feed, I paid little attention to what was going on around me.
When I was young I met a girl who told me I used the word “hate” far too often in my everyday conversations.
A few years ago I was feeling somewhat testosterone-deficient as I sat in the bleachers of a rodeo event surrounded by a crowd of larger, stronger men of the cowboy persuasion.
Some years ago a Michigan man was arrested on drunken driving and child endangerment charges after his 13-year-old daughter called 911 from the backseat of the van he was driving.
On Sept. 14, 1814, while detained aboard a British warship during the bombardment of Ft. McHenry, Francis Scott Key witnessed at dawn the failure of the British attempt to take Baltimore.
At the end of part 1, 22-year-old navigator Raymond ‘Hap’ Halloran had just bailed out of his B-29 Superfortress after it was critically damaged by a Japanese fighter.