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The Summerland Chamber of Commerce’s new #discoverhome campaign uses video and social media to encourage Summerlanders to shop locally.
If a series of proposed tax and rate increases are approved, it will soon cost more money to live in Summerland.
The school board’s decision to close Trout Creek Elementary School is disappointing, but not surprising.
The debate leading up to the Okanagan Skaha School Board’s decision on Wednesday evening has been difficult to watch.
When a food bank receives special recognition for its work, the community needs to take notice.
For the second year in a row, the Summerland Steam Junior B hockey team are facing the Kelowna Chiefs in the division semifinals.
The goal of bringing back the Summerland Fall Fair is admirable and it would benefit the entire community.
This year, the Summerland Chamber of Commerce has received 59 nominations for the annual awards presentation.
A decision on school closures, which had been scheduled for Jan. 20, has been postponed for seven weeks.
One of the hardest realities every elected official must face is the fact that some unpleasant decisions must be made.
The snowfall last week resulted in far too many accidents on Highway 97 and in Summerland.
Complex problems seldom have easy answers, and the challenges facing the Okanagan Skaha School board are extremely complex.
During the festive season, Summerlanders show their generosity with donations to food drives and seasonal gift drives.
The efficient design elements incorporated into Jai Zachary’s Revolution unit will soon be demonstrated in the Arctic.
Throughout British Columbia, interactions between people and wildlife are a fact of life.
There’s a renewed focus on business in Summerland these days.
Now that the dust has begun to settle following the 42nd Canadian federal election, it is time to move on to the future of the country.
If previous trends continue, a significant number of eligible voters will not show up at the polls.
Members of the municipality’s Cultural Plan Task Force are asking the public for their thoughts on Summerland’s culture.
When Canadians tuned in to watch The Amazing Race Canada last week, they saw some of the tourism opportunities available in Summerland.