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Parents and residents spoke out on Tuesday evening in opposition to the possible closure of Trout Creek School.
For years, staff and administrators at the school district have watched as enrolment has been on a gradual decline.
Summerland’s mayor and councillors have spoken out against the proposed closure of Giant’s Head School.
Summerland residents met last week to discuss how to respond to the Syrian refugee crisis.
The Summerland Festival of Lights will take on a country atmosphere this year.
A prototype house, using energy efficiency technology developed in Summerland, has been designed for the Northwest Territories.
A 1.3-kilometre paved trail for cyclists, walkers and joggers was officially opened on Tuesday morning in Summerland.
When Joel Gregg sent a recent email to members of municipal council, he did not expect it would become part of the public record.
The Municipality of Summerland will bill electrical customers to correct a residential energy credit.
The first portion of a multi-use trail in the Okanagan Valley is expected to open in July.
Science fair held at Summerland Secondary School on March 5 with 70 students from Summerland and Penticton schools.
The 37-year-old was arrested after police allegedly spotted him smoking drugs in a city parking lot
Family of five are among 10,000 Syrian refugees the government of Canada is taking in over the next three years.
The 34-year-old was taken to hospital in Kelowna with non-life threatening injuries after collision on Highway 97
Mayor-elect Peter Waterman said the resolution will be on the agenda at the first meeting of the new council.
Summerland’s electorate voted for a change on Saturday as only one member of the previous municipal council was returned to the table.
Summerland residents Roch Fortin and Orv Robson have announced their intentions to run for mayor.
Ken Rodocker and Erin Trainer have announced their intentions to run for Summerland council at the Nov. 15 municipal election.
After 35 years in local government work and two years as Summerland’s chief administrative officer, Tom Day will step down.
Summerland council approves controversial land exchange, sending plan to province’s Agricultural Land Commission