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While it is easy to talk about the need to preserve heritage buildings, the cost is a significant obstacle.
An email sent to each member of council has spread far beyond the intended audience, raising questions about the expectation of privacy.
Many in the community have raised concerns about the future of the historical Lakeside Presbyterian Church building.
Two rainbow crosswalks are intended as a visible reminder of municipal council’s commitment to inclusiveness.
Summerland has implemented Stage 2 watering restrictions, even though the municipality has plenty of water in its reservoirs.
The writ has been dropped and Canadians are in for an extremely long campaign period for the Oct. 19 federal election.
Concerns have been raised about the possibility that the Lakeside Presbyterian Church building could be lost.
While much of southern B.C. is facing a serious drought this year, Summerland has not had to tighten its water use restrictions.
There is a risk of fires from carelessly discarded cigarettes and the problem of unsightly butts littering parks and beaches.
Once, again, it’s graduation season, and we are honouring the Class of 2015 from Summerland Secondary
A billing error put municipal council and staff and the affected electrical users in an uncomfortable situation.
An emergency vehicle stopped on the road with lights flashing should be a sign for motorists to slow down and pass with caution.
What happens next with the Summerland Fall Fair will depend on the support of the community.
The members of the Albetar family from Syria are happy to be in Summerland but the adjustments have been difficult.
A proposed Sunday market in Summerland has the potential to bring plenty of business into the community.
The mild, dry winter and spring conditions this year mean a significant wildfire season is possible.
For the nine candidates in this year’s Summerland Blossom Pageant, the weekend was a time of excitement and emotion.
Organizers of the Summerland Fall Fair must overcome some significant obstacles if the 105-year-old fair is to continue this year.
The construction of new wind farms in British Columbia will provide a clean source of energy to meet the province’s demand for electricity.
Weather fluctuations are a fact of life for farmers and food producers, but the unusual weather this year is a significant concern.