Editorial

Rare disease infects Kelowna student

School district sends out letter to parents notifying them of the Meningococcal Disease

EDITORIAL: A community celebration

On Friday, the community will welcome the festive season with the 29th annual Festival of Lights in downtown Summerland.

Culture Club cancels Kelowna concert

The 1980's UK pop band was to play the city's Prospera Place Nov. 14.

EDITORIAL: Sponsoring refugees

Over the past year and a half, Summerland has shown itself as a welcoming place for refugees.

West Kelowna man escapes Monday blaze that destroys mobile home

A month after a visit from West Kelowna Fire Rescue to talk about smoke alarms and escape plans, resident needs both to remain safe

EDITORIAL: Working together

The agreement will bring together traditional aboriginal practices and ecosystem and fire science.

EDITORIAL: Considering economic growth

A task force assigned with examining Summerland’s economy and coming up with recommendations will spend nearly two years on its task.

EDITORIAL: A model for funding

When small communities need to add or upgrade infrastructure, the costs can be significant.

STUDY: Could snow reduce need for air conditioning?

Study at UBC Okanagan says it could be beneficial to store snow and then use to cool buildings

EDITORIAL: The cost of culture

Summerland’s new cultural plan, which was presented on Saturday, was a significant and costly undertaking.

Big White near Kelowna begins building mountain bike trails

Trails have been under construction this summer as the ski resort looks to add summer mountain biking to its repetoir

New tool to help Okanagan fruit growers deal with pest management

Decision Aid System (DAS) is a web-based platform designed to transfer time-sensitive information on pest management to orchardists

EDITORIAL: Looking up at solar power

The power from the sun could soon provide some of Summerland’s energy, if a solar project proves feasible.

Royal visit to Kelowna: Things to know for today’s visit

When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in Kelowna, you'll have to be on the ball to catch a glimpse

Okanagan College in Kelowna gets business accreditation

New accreditation will take OC business program to the next level

EDITORIAL: Education close to home

If a proposal by Mayor Peter Waterman is successful, Summerland could have its own school board once again.

Big agrifood conference coming to Kelowna

B.C. Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick says he wants to see new ways to develop, strengthen and build the sector.

Roy Orbison tribute act coming to Kelowna Oct. 3

The Lonely: Celebrating the music of Roy Orbison will be at the Kelowna Community Theatre

Large emergency exercise planned for Kelowna’s airport

Controlled smoke and flame will challenge the response abilities of airport personnel and 20 local agencies.

COLUMN: The planning process

It has been nearly a year and a half since Summerland’s municipal council appointed the Cultural Plan Task Force.