Trail has been important transportation route

Garnet Valley Road in Summerland (the Brigade Trail) has been a transportation corridor

Program teaches students entrepreneur skills

Summerland Secondary School students working with business ideas and marketing plans

Sweethearts kick off Valentine’s with Okanagan wine

Couples enjoy a special wine tasting in honour of Valentine’s Day

What would you do if you missed out on $1-million dollars?
Canadian Tire replaces stolen toys for Salvation Army
Ask Santa
Meet B.C.'s oldest lawyer

Summerland youth centre seeks board members

Annual General Meeting will be held Feb. 12 at the Harold Simpson Memorial Youth Centre

Summerland Arts Centre holds events for Pro-D Days

Activities for children planned for days when school will be closed

Video: KVR students celebrate Métis culture with musical spoons

Middle school students decorated spoons with Métis elders ahead of Louis Riel Day

Annual Levite Summit expands reach

The sixth annual Summit, which takes place March 1-2 in Kelowna, is open to all denominations.

Mobile bc211 site will officially launch on 211 Day

The mobile site will make it easier to search for community services

Disco is still alive for BC Family Day in Osoyoos

Get ready to boogie down to Sun Bowl Arena for an afternoon of family fun.

Lengthy detours for Summerlanders cut off by rock slide

Slide north of community has resulted in delays and inconveniences for some rural residents

Unisus School presents education model

Private school in Summerland has been operating since September

Blind B.C. artist uses fingers for creative vision

Shuswap art studio helps people with special needs express themselves

Video: Hairy situation at Cannery Brewing

Okanagan Beard Festival kicks off in Penticton for their fourth season

Australian dog and owner duo travels Okanagan, North America

“I just wanted to show people that having a pet isn’t a barrier to going off and living life.”

Taking the Super Bowl to the streets

For NFL fans, it’s the biggest day of the year

Summerland Review hosts business event

Chamber members gathered for Business after Business on Jan. 24

Black Press Media reporter chosen for prestigious leadership academy

Erin Haluschak to attend the Poynter Institute Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media

Okanagan owls in art show pays off for raptor rehab centre

SORCO Raptor Rehab Centre receives $500 donation from Summerland Community Arts Council

Character in poem once lived in Summerland

One of the best selling poems of all time is The Cremation…

Character in poem once lived in Summerland

Sam McGee, named in a Robert Service poem, was a road engineer for the community