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Summerland author’s books will be featured at show in Penticton

Glen Witter has published novels under pen name of C. Edgar North

Summerland librarian retires after 30 years

Sue Kline has spent most of her library career at the Summerland branch

North Okanagan Takes Flight

Museum exhibit reaches new heights

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Bear cub cries for mom in Peachland backyard
Paws for a Cause returns for another year in City Park
Fun at BC SPCA kids camps in Kelowna
Find me my furever home: Billy

Summerland discussion will focus on cannabis

Event on Oct. 29 will examine cannabis and medicine

PET OF THE WEEK: Louane once lived on the streets

Two-year-old cat now seeks a loving home

Lorenzo’s Cafe has its last hurrah in North Okanagan

The music venue east of Enderby is shutting down after 24 years, and plays its final show Oct. 26

Behind the blue and white Carnival clown mask

Toshie Okada is named October’s Respect Works Here Community Champion

BC SPCA: From walking dogs to sponsoring galas

The Canadian Jewelry Exchange is a sponsor for this year’s gala

Grizzli Winery throws Halloween family bash

Safe and fun for children attend Grizzli Winery this Halloween

Summerland man celebrates 100th birthday

Bill Kenzle credits positive attitude as secret to a long life

Summerland once had college campus

From 1906 to 1915, Summerland’s Okanagan College operated in the community

Summerland holds multiple events to launch festive season

Festival of Lights, Light Up the Vines and Sip ’n’ Shop will be held in late November and December

PET OF THE WEEK: Moose still needs a home

Critteraid cat wants a nice, quiet environment

Kelowna business sponsors BC SPCA gala

Orthoquest Pedorthics and Rehabilitation returns as one of the gala sponsors for 2019

Growing cherries, apples, pears — and big pumpkins

Boerboom worked to produce a massive melon from his Summerland farm

North Okanagan patients benefit from new staff and equipment

New physiatrist and much-needed equipment at VJH

Park shelter proposed in honour of Salmon Arm volunteer Rob Nash

City council supports plan while family and friends to cover cost of building, materials

B.C. woman finds mysterious coin among Grandma’s collection

Grandmother died when she was very young and her past is not well known to her mother

Women, girls in Shuswap demonstrate a creative demand for the vote

One of the women, described as a ‘raging suffragette,’ is the aunt of resident Phil Wright