John Arendt

Summerland council considers change to meeting schedule

Proposal calls for afternoon session and 6 p.m. evening session for regular meetings

Summerland pageant to open to male candidates

The sole male candidate is Sage Stewart, Mr. Dental Centre

COLUMN: Reflecting on a massacre, 100 years later

Families have been affected by wartime experiences

Kozakevich remains chair of RDOS board

Board of directors elects chair and vice-chair at inaugural meeting on Nov. 7

Summerland’s Bottleneck Drive members to welcome festive season

Wineries, cideries, breweries and distilleries to hold special events and offer samples

Construction activity busy in Summerland

Since beginning of 2019, 188 building permits worth $35,178,800 have been issued

COLUMN: Honouring Veterans’ Week

This week I am back in Ottawa for the first time since…

Summerland Steam lose twice in weekend hockey action

Junior B team in second-place spot in hockey division

Summerland music teacher wins award for composition

Anita Perry tied for first place in national music competition

Summerland’s Sharing Stand takes in more than 2,700 kilograms of produce

Activity at weekly stand shows 49 per cent increase from 2018 figures

Dog gets screen role in dystopian series

Leonberger dog, owned by Penticton woman, was selected for role

Contenders performing in Okanagan tour

Valdy and Gary Fjellgaard have toured the region for past 18 years

Summerland council considers bylaw to expand cannabis production

Expansion would affect two properties in M1-A zone

PET OF THE WEEK: Icarus is a loving, sensitive cat

Street life has left scars on cat’s heart and body

Summerland author’s books will be featured at show in Penticton

Glen Witter has published novels under pen name of C. Edgar North

Summerland librarian retires after 30 years

Sue Kline has spent most of her library career at the Summerland branch

Family of eight from South Sudan to come to Summerland

Summerland Refugee Sponsorship Group had initially planned to support family from Namibia

Okanagan women take road maintenance company to court over washout crash

The incident occurred after washout in April, 2018 near Summerland

PET OF THE WEEK: Louane once lived on the streets

Two-year-old cat now seeks a loving home

Summerland curlers begin season on the ice

League action and bonspiels to continue into March