Auntie Says: Don’t bring your dope to my house

Don’t judge me and I won’t judge you, but if you try and smoke at my house, you’ll be asked to leave

  • Oct 20th, 2017

Michaels: The case for a little less #MeToo and a little more, ‘it’s them’

It shouldn’t be women’s responsibility to continually point out the prevalence of predatory behaviour.

Liabilities of a rapacious industry

Although climate change is a reality, our reliance on it to shrug off certain environmental changes is often overdone.

  • Oct 19th, 2017

Star Gazing: Iron is important stuff

Ken Tapping is an astronomer with the NRC’s Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory

  • Oct 17th, 2017

Don’t be a statistic: Stay safe this fall

Fall is known as a bad time for pedestrian accidents in Kelowna and across the Sourthern Interior

  • Oct 17th, 2017
Shopper sad about Sears, as chain holds liquidation sales
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Investigation into deadly ammonia leak continues: RCMP
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Onegin fills the Belfry Theatre
    Sears liquidation sale at Hillside Mall begins today

      B.C. VIEWS: Salmon farm smear campaign sinks

      John Horgan, Lana Popham have to face reality now

      Summerland compost facility is all about sewage

      Proposed facility is driven by the needs of Penticton

      • Oct 13th, 2017

      LETTER: Millennials are fed up with climate rhetoric

      I find it upsetting that Black Press papers across the province give Mr. Fletcher a mouthpiece

      • Oct 13th, 2017

      LETTER: Religious protection needed

      Religious discrimination has been recognized as a concern across the country

      • Oct 13th, 2017

      EDITORIAL: A tedious process

      The proposed Banks Crescent development was first made public last year in November

      • Oct 12th, 2017

      GUEST COLUMN: The Art of War, Thanksgiving dinner edition

      Know the enemy and know yourself, and you need not fear the result of a hundred turkey dinners

      Summerland supported Terry Fox Run

      Participants raised more than $8,300 for cancer research

      • Oct 7th, 2017

      B.C. VIEWS: Getting past the homeless rhetoric

      Politicians treat citizens protecting neighbourhoods as the problem

      LETTER: Reasons for opposing Summerland development

      I have lived here since 1987 and I have never been against anything this town has proposed before

      • Oct 6th, 2017

      Okanagan Taste: The academics of B.C. wine

      A number of wine-geek education opportunities in the Okanagan

      • Oct 6th, 2017

      COLUMN: Summerland council meets with new government ministers

      Council members participated in Union of B.C. Municipalities convention in Vancouver

      • Oct 6th, 2017

      COLUMN: Looking back on a century of changes

      Some may feel a sense of longing for those halcyon days, but the past is gone and will not return

      LETTER: Scientific consensus favours human-caused warming

      Sierra Club B.C. campaigner responds to Tom Fletcher column

      • Oct 5th, 2017

      EDITORIAL: Providing affordable housing

      Now it’s time to do something about an ongoing problem in Summerland