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Video: Black bear visits downtown Salmon Arm

Workers at Canadian Mental Health Association find unusual sight in parking lot

Traditional Indigenous tourney for Penticton kids planned

Elementary school kids will be taking part in a traditional Indigenous game

Coffee sales send Okanagan kids to camp

Today is Camp Day at Tim Hortons locations

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Find me my furever home: Billy
Find me my fureverhome: Mittens and Boots
Hitched- An Okanagan bridal fair
Find me my furever home: Lilly-pad and Cali

Summerland students shine in speech competition

School holds public speaking competition for students from Grade 9 to Grade 12

Time capsule found in wall of White Rock church slated for demolition

‘Opportunity to say goodbye to First United’ set for Sunday

South Shuswap totem pole restoration a labour of love

Erected in 1973, carved landmark stands at 24 metres

Summerland veterans were present at D-Day

Charlie Bernhardt and Dick Norris were part of historic Second World War event

110 to graduate from Summerland Secondary School

Ceremony will be held at Summerland Arena on June 28

Is Shuswap Lake still B.C.’s favourite boating destination?

Boating BC Association seeks public input on the top spots in the province

Young moose wanders through neighbourhood in Canoe

Shuswap photographer Kristall Burgess captures images of the animal near her home

Video: Penticton man and his feline cycling companions

Seann Gentray enjoys taking his feline pets on his cycling trips

PHOTOS: Oyama Fun Day makes a splash

Parade draws a crowd, and some spectacular entrants

Keremeos residents discuss politics over coffee with the mayor

About 10 residents come out for coffee and cookies with the mayor Friday

D-Day a proud point in Canadian history, but with significant loss

Canadian casualties totaled 359 on D-Day alone, more than 5,000 during fight in Normandy

  • Jun 3, 2019

Summerland businesses and newspaper have seen many changes

Advertisement was published in 1910 issue of the Summerland Review

Community comes through for Okanagan woman fighting leukemia

Fundraiser brings in $11,200, GoFundMe at $11,495 for Black Press saleswoman

Summerland students to participate in blood drive

High school students will attend clinic in Penticton on June 13

Dinner and auction raises $6,700 for Summerland Museum

Museum has made improvements and added exhibits over past two years

June 1 is Access Awareness Day in Keremeos

Access Awareness Day raises awareness of disability, accessibility and inclusion

Okanagan man makes rail trail accessible

Steve Skultety gives rides to people who can’t walk or bicycle, free of charge

  • May 30, 2019