Summerland Review

Provincial funds available for Summerland conversations about racism

Money will not flow directly from province to municipality

Summerland’s Maple Roch donates funds from gift baskets to help food banks

Maple syrup baskets are available on shelves of London Drugs stores in Central and South Okanagan

  • Nov 26, 2020

Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen landfills reduce hours for winter

Measures will take effect from December 2020 until end of February 2021

Summerland’s building permits worth more than $1.8M

Value of October building permits lower than same period in 2019

LETTER: Rezoning of Summerland Motel will affect Trout Creek residents

Council made decision despite protests from residents

  • Nov 23, 2020

LETTER: Thanks to Summerland council for electric ice resurfacer

Purchase will help to reduce greenhouse gases

  • Nov 20, 2020

EDITORIAL: Time to follow COVID-19 orders

Latest British Columbia restrictions are unpleasant and inconvenient, but necessary

  • Nov 19, 2020

LETTER: Proposed development too close to Penticton landfill

Health concerns raised about proposed Canadian Horizons development

  • Nov 19, 2020

LETTER: Summerland’s Powell Beach should not be off-leash dog park

Trout Creek already has many off-leash areas for its residents

  • Nov 19, 2020

LETTER: Thank you from the Summerland Legion

John Dorn- Summerland Legion

  • Nov 19, 2020

Long-time Penticton police officer to head Oliver RCMP detachment

Don Wrigglesworth has 21 years of policing experience

Police activity decreases in Oliver, increases in Osoyoos in third quarter of 2020

RCMP in Osoyoos dealing with rise in number of violent crimes

Princeton’s police activity increases during third quarter of 2020

More calls for service, violent crimes and property crimes than during same period in 2019

Tree of Dreams campaign raises money for new CT at Penticton Regional Hospital

Less than $500,000 left in $3 million South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation's initiative

Administrator hired for Summerland

Graham Statt has experience with Alberta's provincial government

COLUMN: Discovered treasures – what we collect

The other day while my husband and I packed boxes we came across a jar of beautiful sea glass, and what memories it conjured for us.

  • Nov 18, 2020

Fall crime numbers up in Summerland

Calls for service, violent crimes and property crimes all rose in third quarter of 2020

Frauds and bicycle thefts increase in Penticton’s rural areas

Third quarter statistics from RCMP show changes in crime trends

Police activity increases in Keremeos

Violent crime figures show increase of 18 per cent over same period in 2019

Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen holds budget workshops

Directors discussing 2021 budget for regional district