Community

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

Health and Wellness Community Fair comes to Lake Country

The fair takes places June 9 at Beasley Park

  • Jun 4, 2019
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Ashcroft students launch water bottle rockets into sky
Find me my furever home: Billy
Find me my fureverhome: Mittens and Boots
Hitched- An Okanagan bridal fair

Young moose wanders through neighbourhood in Canoe

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

PHOTOS: Oyama Fun Day makes a splash

Parade draws a crowd, and some spectacular entrants

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

Dogs of Kelowna: Bonny

Meet Bonny, just one of the amazing dogs you can find living in the City of Kelowna

Okanagan man makes rail trail accessible

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

  • May 30, 2019

Big funds raised for late Okanagan dance instructor legacy

Cheque for $34,000 presented to start Ruth Blencoe Memorial Award

Okanagan teacher aims to “inspire kindness” through documentary

If successful in their quest for funding, the documentary will showcase four Vernon widows; voting ends Friday, May 31

Paddleboarder cleaning up Okanagan lakes gifted new board

Aaron Nasipayko has been cleaning up local lakes since early April; he recently reached the 25 per cent marker

Okanagan student golden at national web competition

Armstrong student at Skills Canada in Halifax

Rise project lifts Okanagan college trades students

Okanagan College celebrated the 60th annual Home for Learning initiative for students

Web design a constantly changing field for Johnson

Summerland designer has been creating sites for past seven years

Salmon Arm resident’s backyard becomes moose daycare

Conservation officer says it’s normal for moose to stash calves in safe place for period of time

Summerland car museum supports Agur Lake Camp

Nixdorf Classic Car Museum has donated $14,000 to the camp since 2006

A Gardener’s Diary: Benefits of mountain kale

Jocelyne Sewell is a longtime gardener and gardening columnist with The Morning Star in Vernon

  • May 28, 2019