John Arendt

An ongoing struggle with poverty

Summerland woman relies on regular support from food bank

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Police search for suspects in break and enter

Residents unable to go home during search in Garnett Valley area in Summerland

Anonymous gifts follow song theme

Summerland man receives presents inspired by The Twelve Days of Christmas

Legion bell prank hits sour note

Anger erupts after Summerland Legion member removes bell from Peachland Legion

Nature preserve provides woodpecker habitat

Woodbridge Nature Preserve in Summerland was officially dedicated last week

Summerland Fall Fair to proceed in 2018

Agricultural fair to return following three-year hiatus

Summerland mayor receives dead rats

Two rodents have been delivered to Peter Waterman’s doorstep

Summerland business provides cannabidiol products

Products contain medical benefits of cannabis, but with no psychoactive properties

Presentation examines effects of screen time

Children and youths spend 8½ hours a day in front of screens; adults use screens 10½ hours a day

Railway to run trains on weekend

Tickets are selling quickly for Saturday rides on the Kettle Valley Steam Railway

Summerland council maintains position on regional compost facility

Summerland has rejected, for a second time, the proposed regional compost facility

Summerland wineries to offer tastings, entertainment

Bottleneck Drive members to participate in seventh annual Light Up the Vines

The night of flaming pumpkins

Guy Fawkes Night celebration raises money for Summerland Food Bank and NeighbourLink

Summerland mayor to revisit regional compost facility

Peter Waterman believes council did not have sufficient information to reject proposal

Police respond to fatal collision

One person has died and two others were seriously injured following a…

Summerland rejects compost site

Council votes 6-1 against hosting regional facility

B.C. student’s science project makes national exhibit

Summerland’s Grant Mansiere was one of just two B.C. exhibitors at the national event in Ottawa

Security measures added to poppy boxes

Donation boxes will be secured during Legion’s Remembrance Day campaign