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Recently, someone described Joanne Malar as being “the most positive person you could ever meet.”
Ian McIntosh feels much lighter these days, since retiring from his position as director of development services.
February is heart month for the Heart and Stroke Foundation and volunteers will be canvassing across Canada.
If you are hiking up Giants Head Mountain and come across a fellow orating to the natural world around him, don’t be alarmed.
This past Christmas, the Welechenko family took part in the the NeighbourLink Christmas Match-Up initiative for the second year in a row.
It was a cold start to 2017 as around 75 people participated in the 32nd annual Polar Bear Dip.
Cpl. Bruce Haley is officially retiring from the RCMP after 36 years of service.
Rosa King has been told that she is the oldest woman living in Summerland and she very well may be. On Dec 26, King will be 103 years old.
A local dental team of three recently travelled to Belize to provide volunteer dental care to people living there.
John Topham hangs a panel of the frieze at the new Summerland Community Arts Centre location.
Big and loud were Sophia Zang’s first thoughts when thinking of a way to attract people to the Arts Centre at its new location.
The Summerland Art Club has a long history in Summerland.
Remembrance Day is not a celebration, but rather a time to remember the horrors and human cost of war.
The news that Summerland now has an official Cultural Plan has been well publicized.
For many, Thanksgiving is a time to appreciate the many other blessings in their lives.
The adoption process proved to be a long journey for the Mahons, one that tested them emotionally, spiritually and financially.
A Summerland woman has agreed to share her story of how she broke free from a 24-year abusive relationship.
Jim Mckelvey says his pastime of restoring cars has not only kept him sane, but has given him something to work on and to be proud of.
Campbell Ryga returned home to play to a sold out crowd at Centre Stage on Saturday evening.
Rob King is known for being a great swimmer who competes each year in the B.C. Senior Games.