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A proposed pathway which would provide a link between Okanagan communities has received interest from around the valley.
With an estimated 120,000 black bears in this province, bear safety and bear awareness become facts of life.
A carpooling promotion is an idea which should make sense in Summerland.
Once again a plan to set up a multi-use development on Wharton Street has fallen through.
When Summerland’s scheduled transit service begins it will be offered at no cost to the riders for the remainder of this year.
The recent announcement that Summerland’s scheduled transit service will soon begin is welcome news.
Last week, the provincial government finally promised some reforms which will be in place in November, 2014.
The Wharton Street project, a proposed multi-storey, multi-phase development near Summerland’s downtown, has the potential to spur growth.
A small wildfire at the edge of Summerland on Sunday could have been a significant threat if conditions had been a little different.
A recent study, prepared by B.C. Stats, shows what many Summerlanders have known for years: This is a good place in which to live.
Unlike other communities in the Okanagan Valley, Summerland’s business and lakefront areas are not built up along Highway 97.
Traffic came to a halt on Highway 97 on Monday afternoon as a result of an accident north of Summerland.
An agreement bringing scheduled transit service into Summerland has been long needed, but a bus service by itself is not good enough.
A restructuring at municipal hall means the municipality once again has a person on staff to examine economic growth opportunities.
Although we live in a world where much of our information is circulated electronically, we continue to rely on a postal system.
A Summerland RCMP officer had to dive into a ditch to save himself from being hit on a traffic stop on June 12
Telus’s $3 million plan to bring fibre optic cable to Summerland is one of several recent initiatives to improve Internet service.
No matter which option is selected for the municipality’s urban growth plan, it will involve some compromises.
Summerland’s community groups have once again asked municipal council for some financial help so they can continue their work.
The members of the Okanagan Skaha School Board have made some deep cuts in order to address a $1.5 million budget shortfall this year.