John Arendt

Summerland celebrates 37th annual Action Festival

Event on weekend featured plenty of sports and entertainment

Large development affects Summerland building permit statistics

One permit, issued in March, worth more than all others issues so far this year

Summerland D-Day veteran receives award from France

Dick Norris and others landed 150,000 soldiers on the beach within the first hours of the attack

Summerland veterans were present at D-Day

Charlie Bernhardt and Dick Norris were part of historic Second World War event

DriveBC mistakenly posts road closure north of Summerland

Area two kilometres north of Summerland was site of earlier slide, but not during past week

Summerland Health Care Auxiliary raises funds for X-ray equipment

The existing X-ray machine is 20 years old and is five years past its expected lifespan

Summerland winery wins gold in France

Silkscarf Winery noted for 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon

COLUMN: Bicycles, shopping carts and perceptions

Cycle tourists are welcomed, while the poor among us are scorned

Summerland sailing association seeks tenure of waterfront

Docks were damaged during recent flooding of Okanagan Lake

Summerland students to participate in blood drive

High school students will attend clinic in Penticton on June 13

Web design a constantly changing field for Johnson

Summerland designer has been creating sites for past seven years

Summerland volunteer firefighters get pay raise

Compensation increase updates earlier rates from 2012

Summerland council considers land use at proposed solar site

Questions raised about whether solar panels are best use for Cartwright Mountain site

Margaret Caldwell was dedicated community volunteer

Summerland resident served in Second World War, later received community award

Trail played role during fur trade era

Fur Brigade Trail in Okanagan has long history

Housing provided for women and children fleeing violence in Penticton

Announcement on Friday is part of a provincewide initiative to construct additional housing.

People’s Party of Canada leader talks B.C. trade to Penticton supporters

Maxime Bernier, head of the new federal political party, spoke at Time Winery on Friday

Summerland reflexologist participates in record-breaking effort

Reflexology Association of Canada attempted to set new world record at Halifax convention

New Summerland distillery has received recognition

Alchemist Distiller won audience choice award at recent competition

Summerlanders urged to travel by bike

Bike to Work Week and Bike to School Week run May 27 to June 2