December 31, 2015 – Kelowna Capital News
If you’re the type of person who likes to read lists, now is your time to tune-in.
Year end brings out the list-i-ness—due to listlessness—of every news organization on the planet.
Filling space summarizing the year that was, however redundant it may seem, is actually somewhat useful for those of us with a short-term memory.
There are reminders of crimes that will be detailed in courts in the months to come and proposed projects that may never see the light of day. Or, better yet, those that will.
And as was the case this year, there were even stories that may shape into something that could forever change our landscape, which is the story that is sticking with me.
Right now, as the clouds sit heavily around the white roads and hills, it’s hard to imagine drought discussions ever coming to the fore, but they were a continual theme in the last year’s news coverage.