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COLUMN: Theres a cat in the library

The Summerland Library will be hosting a Kitty Cat Café this weekend on Saturday, Nov. 26

  • Nov 25, 2022

 

Summerland Jets

Minor hockey teams host games at Summerland Arena

Summerland Jets had a busy weekend Nov. 19 and 20

  • Nov 25, 2022

 

Downtown Summerland was packed full of people for the annual Festival of Lights in 2019. (Brennan Phillips - Western News)

Here’s what’s happening this weekend in the South Okanagan

Light-up festivals, Santa Rec Run, and one of the year’s most important fundraisers for kids

 

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LETTER: Summerland council should run like a business

Real estate, roads and recreation should be priorities

  • Nov 24, 2022
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A pair of 14s – Collin Kozijn of the North Okanagan Knights, left, and Nash Bishop of the hometown Summerland Steam, in black - battle for the puck in KIJHL action Tuesday, Nov. 22. The Knights won the game 3-2 in overtime. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)

North Okanagan Knights edge Summerland Steam in OT

KIJHL - Knights extend winning streak to five games with 3-2 victory on the road Tuesday, Nov. 22

A pair of 14s – Collin Kozijn of the North Okanagan Knights, left, and Nash Bishop of the hometown Summerland Steam, in black - battle for the puck in KIJHL action Tuesday, Nov. 22. The Knights won the game 3-2 in overtime. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)
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Summerland winery and fruit stand host chili fundraiser

Granny’s and Back Door Winery are raising funds for toy drive Nov. 26

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Students from Summerland Secondary School will present Clue at Centre Stage Theatre. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)
Students from Summerland Secondary School will present Clue at Centre Stage Theatre. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure attending to Highway 97 at Callen Road in February 2019, after a rockslide swept across the highway. (Photo- BC Transportation/Twitter)

Ministry surveys 2019 rockslide on Highway 97 after debris falls near Summerland

The Ministry of Transportation says they conducted a geotechnical assessment of the area this week

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure attending to Highway 97 at Callen Road in February 2019, after a rockslide swept across the highway. (Photo- BC Transportation/Twitter)
Electrical customers in Summerland will receive a one-time credit. For residential customers, this is $100. (Summerland Review file photo)

Summerland electrical customers to receive one-time credit

Payments will be distributed in coming months

Electrical customers in Summerland will receive a one-time credit. For residential customers, this is $100. (Summerland Review file photo)
The Summerland Landfill is closed following vandalism overnight on Nov. 17 to 18. (File photo)

Summerland Landfill closed following vandalism

Staff working to reopen facility following damage on Nov. 17 to 18

The Summerland Landfill is closed following vandalism overnight on Nov. 17 to 18. (File photo)
An open house will be held on Nov. 23 to discuss the Summerland Rodeo Grounds. (Summerland Review file photo)

Input sought on Summerland Rodeo Grounds

Open house will be held Nov. 23

An open house will be held on Nov. 23 to discuss the Summerland Rodeo Grounds. (Summerland Review file photo)
Changes are in the works for the structure of Summerland council meetings. The proposed changes affect the Development Application Procedures Bylaw and the Council Procedures Bylaw. (Summerland Review file photo)

Summerland considering fewer council meetings

Council to meet every three weeks instead of twice a month

Changes are in the works for the structure of Summerland council meetings. The proposed changes affect the Development Application Procedures Bylaw and the Council Procedures Bylaw. (Summerland Review file photo)
Kenleigh Derry of the Summerland Jets received the McDonald’s Golden Moment Jersey following a game against South Okanagan. After each game, this jersey is awarded to the player who exhibited outstanding teamwork. (Contributed)

Summerland Jets edge South Okanagan in minor hockey action

On Oct. 29, the Summerland Jets hosted the South Okanagan hockey squad.…

  • Nov 16, 2022
Kenleigh Derry of the Summerland Jets received the McDonald’s Golden Moment Jersey following a game against South Okanagan. After each game, this jersey is awarded to the player who exhibited outstanding teamwork. (Contributed)
The pier at Okanagan Lake in Summerland has been an attraction for residents and visitors to the community. The pier is now in need of replacement. This work is included in the municipality’s Waterfront Concept Plan. (Summerland Review file photo)

Summerland council endorses Waterfront Concept Plan

Kiwanis Pier replacement and washroom upgrades at Rotary Beach are high priority

The pier at Okanagan Lake in Summerland has been an attraction for residents and visitors to the community. The pier is now in need of replacement. This work is included in the municipality’s Waterfront Concept Plan. (Summerland Review file photo)
Construction work continues in Summerland. From January to October, 2022, a total of 202 building permits have been issued. This is higher than any of the previous five years. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)

Construction activity remains brisk in Summerland

Number of building permits so far in 2022 is higher than in past years

Construction work continues in Summerland. From January to October, 2022, a total of 202 building permits have been issued. This is higher than any of the previous five years. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)
RCMP, including retired officer Roch Fortin, lay a wreath at the Summerland cenotaph. (Monique Tamminga Black Press)

Photos: Huge turnout for Summerland Remembrance Day ceremony

It was a moving ceremony at Memorial Park

RCMP, including retired officer Roch Fortin, lay a wreath at the Summerland cenotaph. (Monique Tamminga Black Press)
In his first act as mayor of Summerland, Doug Holmes has appointed a deputy mayor in coun. Erin Trainor for a four year term. (File photo)

Summerland mayor will have deputy mayor by his side

‘Having 2 leaders makes us stronger,’ said Coun. Erin Trainer who is the new deputy mayor

In his first act as mayor of Summerland, Doug Holmes has appointed a deputy mayor in coun. Erin Trainor for a four year term. (File photo)
RCMP is asking for the public’s help in identifying two suspects involved in the use of stolen credit cards in Summerland. (Photo- Summerland RCMP)

RCMP looking for couple who used stolen credit cards in Summerland

Police say the credit cards were previously inside a vehicle that was stolen in Princeton

RCMP is asking for the public’s help in identifying two suspects involved in the use of stolen credit cards in Summerland. (Photo- Summerland RCMP)
Pat Wand (middle) joined by Beverley Fox (left) and Irene Ramsay (right) for their weekly bottle drive outside Penticton’s IGA. 
(Logan Lockhart - Western News)

Every Saturday, in snow, -20 C, count on Pat Wand working the bottle drive at Penticton IGA

Wand and set of dedicated volunteers helped raise $400K over 10 years

Pat Wand (middle) joined by Beverley Fox (left) and Irene Ramsay (right) for their weekly bottle drive outside Penticton’s IGA. 
(Logan Lockhart - Western News)
The North Okanagan Knights, wearing their Movember-themed jerseys, celebrate a goal by Tag Bryson (second from left) against the Columbia Valley Rockies in a 7-4 KIJHL loss Friday, Nov. 4, at Armstrong’s Nor-Val Sports Centre. (Tanya Seibel Photo)

Summerland Steam melt North Okanagan Knights

KIJHL - Steam roll into Armstrong and skate away with 3-1 victory Saturday, Nov. 5

The North Okanagan Knights, wearing their Movember-themed jerseys, celebrate a goal by Tag Bryson (second from left) against the Columbia Valley Rockies in a 7-4 KIJHL loss Friday, Nov. 4, at Armstrong’s Nor-Val Sports Centre. (Tanya Seibel Photo)