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Finding Refuge, the second book in the Marked Ones series, written by Cathi Shaw, was released last Thursday.
The love of holiday lights moves Eric Johnson and his wife Linda McIntosh to light up their yard for the holiday season each year.
The Thrift Shop is operated by the Summerland Health-Care Auxiliary, an organization made up of approximately 175 members.
Blossom time may seem like a long way off, but the coordinators of the Blossom Pageant are already preparing for the pageant weekend.
The Air Cadet program is funded by the Department of National Defence in partnership with the Air Cadet League of Canada.
Members of the Summerland 902 Air Cadets Squadron were selling poppies door to door on the weekend.
After 60 years of farming fruit, 87-year-old Barbara Geres has sold her home and orchard.
Skaha Ford joined in partnership with Summerland Secondary School to help raise money for the musical theatre department.
The MAUD (Make a Unique Donation) Run was held in Lowertown on Saturday at the Summerland Racquets Club.
A delegation from Summerland’s sister city, Toyokoro, Japan, arrived in town last week.
A re-dedication ceremony of the stone Toro Lantern was held at the Summerland Health Centre on Thursday.
After eight years as general manager at the Kettle Valley Steam Railway, Ron Restrick has announced his retirement.
School District 67: Van Alphen, Linda - Trustee Candidate
On Sunday, October 5th at the Rodeo Grounds the second cross-country race of the Interior Running Association took place
School Distrct 67: Planiden, Julie - Trustee Candidate
On Friday and Saturday nights Citizens on Patrol pair up and go out in two cars to patrol the community.
Summerland teachers and their families were invited to a Teacher Appreciation Dinner, held at the United Church Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 16.
Merchants joined SASS Boutique and Carousel Antiques and Collectibles as they celebrated 20 years in business.
Janet Lacy raised $1,200 in sponsorship in the Terry Fox Run.
It was a time for some fast-paced basketball action as a three-on-three tournament was held on Saturday.