John Arendt

Truck rolls off embankment

Emergency crews were called following a single-vehicle accident in Summerland on July 6

Development ads deemed “misleading and unsupported”

The national advertising self-regulatory agency was contacted following ads from late in 2016

Transit schedule change considered

The proposed change would change the 2:40 p.m. departure from Summerland to Penticton to 3:10 p.m.

Summerland house threatened by rising waters

Friends, neighbours and community members have helped to create a larger dike at the property

Power shut off to boats at Summerland Yacht Club

Clubhouse and restaurant building remains open as flood water rises

Summerland Sunday Markets to open

Weekly markets to continue into September

Lake level remains stable

Water level much higher than normal, but no longer rising

Water board preparing for mussels

Invasive species not yet present in Okanagan Valley

Thousands attend Summerland Action Festival

It was a celebration of sport and activity as thousands of people…

High water level forecast

Water level in Okanagan Lake could rise by as much as 27.5 centimetres by mid-June

Water less than a metre from Summerland home

Rising lake level begins to seep into house in Trout Creek

Bear euthanized in Summerland

Incident on May 25 occurred in area of Victoria Road South

Family entertainment added to Summerland Action Festival

Ball tournament, concerts and run included in festival events and activities

Summerland beaches closed, dikes erected as lake rises

Docks underwater, wharves beginning to break up under high water level

Guitar duo blends musical themes

Summerland musicians combine styles in original compositions

Runners, cyclists participate in uphill grind

Participation highest in history of event.

Concerns raised about proposed Summerland compost facility

Residents address odour, traffic and leachate issues surrounding proposed regional facility

Presentation planned at Fur Brigade Trail

Event will be held Sunday, May 28 at the lookout between Summerland and Peachland

Students prepare samosas for $100 Challenge

Fundraiser will benefit the One Person Project

Summerland prepares for potential flooding

Sand and sandbags available as creek and water levels are both higher than usual