Richard Haddad is the News Content & Digital Media Director for Western News&Info, Inc., the parent company of The Daily Courier.
“Be kinder than necessary because everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle.”
Late one Halloween night some years ago I opened my front door to take the trash outside when I unexpectedly encountered a startled young teenage girl who was bending down to take one of my children’s jack-o-lanterns.
Victim offers $10K reward for public’s help
Newspaper owner Joseph Soldwedel says he knows who poisoned him, and now he’s offering a $10,000 reward to help in the police investigation.
Five frogs are sitting on a log. Four decide to jump off. How many are left?
One of the greatest pains my heart has ever known is to see a child who has lost all hope. In desperate moments, when they feel utterly alone and worthless, some choose to end life.
How many of you remember the excitement of preparing a May Day basket for a friend or neighbor?
The investigation into the poisoning of a local newspaper owner is awaiting independent lab results, according to police.
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.