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Summerland couple sharing positive messages

Carsten and Val Nielsen are displaying professionally made signs during COVID-19 pandemic

Giants Head Grind postponed

Uphill race in Summerland will not proceed due to COVID-19 pandemic

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Colouring book will feature images of Summerland

Project is a joint initiative of Summerland Museum and Summerland Community Arts Council

Organizers hoping to hold Summerland Fall Fair

COVID-19 pandemic may result in changes to agricultural celebration

Summerland Action Festival cancelled

COVID-19 pandemic leads to decision to stop large outdoor event

COVID-19 expected to affect Summerland finances

Council will discuss effects of pandemic during April 14 meeting

Orchardists face challenges from COVID-19 pandemic

Physical distancing and availability of workers will affect fruit growing operations and harvest

Summerland’s April 1 snow measurements above normal

Measurements taken at Summerland Reservoir and Isintok Lake

Okanagan Skaha School Board does not anticipate closures

School district budget tight as a result of declining enrolment

Solar panels installed at Summerland’s municipal hall

Power from energy project expected to provide five per cent of building’s power use

South Okanagan piper to perform for livestreamed memorials

Penticton funeral home to show performances every Friday at 4:30 p.m.

Summerland Earth Week events affected by COVID-19

Individual focus rather than group activities during pandemic

Summerland beverage producers feel effects of COVID-19

Tasting rooms closed as pandemic continues

Summerland care facility orders reusable masks

Okanagan Valley quilters ready to produce cloth masks if needed

Summerland skeletons carry COVID-19 messages

Heather Pescada’s skeletons, normally displayed at Halloween, are appearing on Facebook and Instagram

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Summerland churches go online during COVID-19 pandemic

Livestream services, online support provided to congregations and community

Fur Brigade Trail was transportation route in Okanagan Valley

Transportation corridor passed through Nicola Prairie, now Summerland

Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen cancels April 2 meeting

Staff working to install videoconferencing system during COVID-19 pandemic