Kappel to discuss growth of cherry industry

The story of Summerland’s role in the sweet cherry industry will be told at a free presentation later this month.

Nominations open for Order of British Columbia

The Order of British Columbia offers British Columbians an opportunity to recognize outstanding individuals.

Church holds fundraiser to assist hospitals in India

An upcoming fundraiser will raise money to support Christian Medical College Hospitals in India.

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles at a glance
Outrigger canoeing a lifestyle
PyeongChang 2018, through the eyes of a Canadian Korean
Bartenders respond to push for better non-alcoholic drinks

Musical interlude

The Summerland Children’s Choir held an impromptu performance at True Grain Bread on Thursday afternoon.

Commemorative stamp will be unveiled

The Penticton and District Stamp Club unveiled a new stamp on Sunday.

Taking aim

Brinay Burdick, 11, aims at a target during the Tropical Paradise Swim on Saturday evening.

Bus funding

  • Mar 2nd, 2011

A meeting with Santa

Hannah Ruttan, nine years old, tells Santa what is on her wish list.

Board of directors elected

The Seniors Drop-In Centre elected a new board of directors at their Annual General Meeting on March 6.

Dog owners clean up beach

The Pick Up Poop Party held at Peach Orchard beach this past weekend was a huge success.

Touching on a taboo subject

Despite the name, the death café coming to South Okanagan is not supposed to be a gloomy gathering

Awarding excellence

  • Feb 9th, 2011

Bursary recipients

The Summerland Credit Union awarded five Grade 12 students with $1,000 bursaries.

Summerland remembers

Summerlanders took time to reflect on the effects of war during the Remembrance Day ceremony in Memorial Park on Nov. 11.

Cadets tour 19 Wing Comox

Members of the 902 Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron visited 19 Wing Comox on Monday and Tuesday.

Photos: Alice Cooper haunts Penticton

The "Godfather of Shock Rock" brought classic hits and horrors to the South Okanagan Events Centre Sunday just in time for Halloween.

Powering up

Lower Summerland, ca. 1912. The S.S. Okanagan at the wharf, the calm waters of Okanagan Lake, traffic-free streets.

Cash donation

Pat Wand donates $10,000 in cash to the EZ Rock/Sun-FM Have a Heart Radiothon from bottle depots at IGA stores in Penticton and Summerland.

Public art proposed for roundabout

A piece of public art has been suggested as an enhancement for the latest of Summerland’s roundabouts.