John Arendt

Summerland to hold cross-country races Sept. 29

Trail races will be held at Summerland Rodeo Grounds

Summerland author’s books examine international espionage and smuggling

Glen Witter has published five books as C. Edgar North

Meeting to discuss proposed West Bench/Sage Mesa transit service

Service is proposed for 400 annual service hours and would include two to three round trips a day

Program provides food to Summerland children

Penny Lane Legacy Fund, Marketplace IGA and community volunteers involved with initiative

Summerland cannabis store to open on Sept. 21

Approval process for Green Gaia took almost a year

Peach Pitt emphasizes local, healthy foods

Summerland market has selection of fruits, vegetables, pies and preserves

Summerland to discuss health and wellness centre at UBCM Convention

Municipality and school board hope to identify partnership opportunities for proposed facility

Thrifty shoppers in Summerland line up for bargains

Store busier than usual as customers peruse fall and winter selection

COLUMN: Non-voters a symptom, not the problem

In the 2015 federal election, nearly one in three eligible voters did not cast ballots

Agricultural Land Commission to consider restaurant at Oliver fruit stand

Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen board opinions mixed on application

Summerland Fall Fair a celebration of agriculture

Weekend event featured tailgate party, agricultural displays and entertainment

Summerland Chamber asks for city name

Change in designation seen as advantage in attracting investment

Repair work approved for Summerland park and trail

Contracts awarded to restore and enhance areas damaged by flooding in 2017 and 2018

Cops for Kids provides help for mother of premature twins

Summerland family benefitted from Cops for Kids support

Naming of park near Okanagan Falls questioned

Developer and Heritage Hills Homeowners Association disagree on name of park at development

Summerland receives praise for greenhouse gas reduction efforts

Community receives Level 3 certification from Green Communities Committee

Osoyoos to get new museum

Cost of renovations to downtown building estimated at $2.5 million

RDOS director raises questions about process for police officer’s replacement

Ted De Jager left his role as top cop in South Okanagan Similkameen in July

Trees from Summerland nursery planted around the province

Mountain View Growers, Inc. produces 25 million seedlings a year