Monthly Archives: August 2010

The letters to editor in a small town get more hilarious with every sorry try!

Today’s comedy features an appearance by the another letter writing “DITHER” meister!  Honestly, this letter goes down as a true classic… Today’s letter is almost up there with the one a few years back where Mr Waterman “helped” Frank Martens … Continue reading

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THIS guy’s article is worth the read if you care even a bit about Summerland’s economic future.

http://www.summerlandchamber.com/newsletters/aug27/culinary/index.html

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WORD OF THE DAY: DITHER.

DEFINITION: A trembling state of flustered excitement or fear. Synonyms include: babble, confusion, flap, fluster, panic, clamor, uproar, big scene, big stink, disquiet, hubbub, tumult, fuss, upheaval, turbulence. Do those words not remind you of some faded political efforts from … Continue reading

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Summerland Girl! sccracing.com

Summerland is so proud of our soccer stars, hockey players, show jumpers, Olympians, Miss Canada’s, and now, our RACE CAR DRIVER!  check out the video on Sarah’s new website, you will be impressed! (PS see if you recognize her Dad … Continue reading

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Ok, remember the media screaming about the pending “interest rates are going higher”? Serious, remember how nervous that made you?

Well, obviously, the rates WILL rise, at some point…but certainly not right now…as I have said for the last 12 months, the economy is WAY to weak for Canadian interest rates to rise with any significance.    Today, the financial post … Continue reading

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