John Arendt

Okanagan women take road maintenance company to court over washout crash

The incident occurred after washout in April, 2018 near Summerland

Summerland ballet students mark World Ballet Day LIVE

International event on Oct. 23 featured performances from around the world

PET OF THE WEEK: Louane once lived on the streets

Two-year-old cat now seeks a loving home

Summerland curlers begin season on the ice

League action and bonspiels to continue into March

COLUMN: Extreme expressions of political hatred

Online anger against Trudeau reached extreme levels

Summerland man celebrates 100th birthday

Bill Kenzle credits positive attitude as secret to a long life

Summerland council agrees to 30-year lease with steam railway

Tourist train has been operating as an attraction in Summerland since 1995

Speeding a concern on Summerland streets

Police observe fast motorists in town and on Highway 97

Summerland holds multiple events to launch festive season

Festival of Lights, Light Up the Vines and Sip ā€™nā€™ Shop will be held in late November and December

RDOS cannabis production bylaw goes to public hearing

Hearing on micro cannabis production facilities will be held Nov. 21

Growing cherries, apples, pears — and big pumpkins

Boerboom worked to produce a massive melon from his Summerland farm

RDOS issues 405 building permits in first nine months of 2019

Construction activity higher this year than during same period last year

Summerland Steam face North Okanagan Knights in two games

Junior B hockey teams compete in regular season action

Central Okanagan-Similkameen-Nicola candidates present platforms at forum in Summerland

Six candidates offer views on taxation, spending, energy and trade

COLUMN: Wartime ideology now used to express disgust

Accusations of fascism and Naziism used to target Canadian political candidates

Central Okanagan-Similkameen-Nicola candidates discuss issues

Candidates in upcoming federal election answer questions about needs of the riding

RDOS signs transit agreements for South Okanagan

Agreements for Penticton to Kelowna route and West Bench service

Old gas pump on display at Summerland Museum

Pump had been used at packing house, but full historical details are not known

RDOS to examine housing needs

Rural Housing Needs Report will provide comprehensive study of South Okanagan and Similkameen

RDOS defers decision on reducing fees for cleanup of illegal waste site on Penticton Indian Band

Proposal calls for reducing fees from $700 a tonne to $220 a tonne to remove debris from site