John Arendt

Highway 97 between Summerland and Peachland was expected to reopen Wednesday, but a new crack in the hillside has delayed work on the slope. File photo

UPDATE: New crack discovered above rockslide leaves B.C. highway closed

Highway 97 between Summerland and Kelowna was expected to reopen Wednesday

Highway 97 between Summerland and Peachland was expected to reopen Wednesday, but a new crack in the hillside has delayed work on the slope. File photo
WORKING TOGETHER                                Many partners have been involved in the Southern Interior Mule Deer Project. From left are Dave Carleton of the Summerland Sportsmen’s Association; Andrew Walker of the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development; Chloe Wright, a graduate student at University of British Columbia Okanagan; Adam Ford, on staff at University of British Columbia Okanagan and Cailyn Glasser, a wildlife biologist with the Okanagan Nation Alliance.                                (John Arendt/Summerland Review)

Resident angered over B.C. government trapping deer for research

Southern Interior Mule Deer Project has been capturing and releasing adult does and fawns

WORKING TOGETHER                                Many partners have been involved in the Southern Interior Mule Deer Project. From left are Dave Carleton of the Summerland Sportsmen’s Association; Andrew Walker of the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development; Chloe Wright, a graduate student at University of British Columbia Okanagan; Adam Ford, on staff at University of British Columbia Okanagan and Cailyn Glasser, a wildlife biologist with the Okanagan Nation Alliance.                                (John Arendt/Summerland Review)
QUIZ: 20 questions to test your knowledge of B.C. news in 2018

QUIZ: 20 questions to test your knowledge of B.C. news in 2018

How well do you know your provincial news? Take our #BCNewsQuiz and see how you score

QUIZ: 20 questions to test your knowledge of B.C. news in 2018
How much do you really know about Christmas?

How much do you really know about Christmas?

Whether you’re a Christmas angel or a Grinch, this test will challenge your knowledge of the holiday

How much do you really know about Christmas?
COLUMN: Dickens, Scrooge and the message of A Christmas Carol

COLUMN: Dickens, Scrooge and the message of A Christmas Carol

Imagining a meeting between the author and the main character of a well-loved story, 175 years later

COLUMN: Dickens, Scrooge and the message of A Christmas Carol
Quiz: How much do you really know about Labour Day?

Quiz: How much do you really know about Labour Day?

Take this interactive quiz to find out how much you know about labour in Canada and around the world.

Quiz: How much do you really know about Labour Day?
How well do you really know British Columbia?

How well do you really know British Columbia?

To celebrate B.C. Day, take this 20-question test to find out how much you know about our province

How well do you really know British Columbia?
CONSIDERING FOREST MANAGEMENT                                Robert Gray believes wildfires in British Columbia will become more larger and more frequent unless changes are made to forest management.                                Photo submitted

Fire ecologist advocates prescribed burns

Change in forest management needed to reduce number and size of wildfires

CONSIDERING FOREST MANAGEMENT                                Robert Gray believes wildfires in British Columbia will become more larger and more frequent unless changes are made to forest management.                                Photo submitted
A plane flies over smoke billowing from the Mount Eneas fire. Photo courtesy of Meghann Fletcher

Summerland issues State of Local Emergency in response to wildfire

Two homes under evacuation order; evacuation alert remains in place as result of wildfire

A plane flies over smoke billowing from the Mount Eneas fire. Photo courtesy of Meghann Fletcher
Put your knowledge of Canada to the test

Put your knowledge of Canada to the test

Here are 20 questions about our amazing country this Canada Day. How many do you know?

Put your knowledge of Canada to the test
Toilet dumped on B.C. mayor’s driveway

Toilet dumped on B.C. mayor’s driveway

The gift is an initiative used as fundraiser for dry grad students

Toilet dumped on B.C. mayor’s driveway
COLUMN: The lingering effects of bullying

COLUMN: The lingering effects of bullying

Someone had reached out to make amends for what had happened

COLUMN: The lingering effects of bullying
Bobsleigh team misses Olympic medal finish

Bobsleigh team misses Olympic medal finish

Canadian team finishes four-man event 0.84 seconds behind first place, 0.31 seconds from podium

Bobsleigh team misses Olympic medal finish
Canada wins gold in bobsleigh

Canada wins gold in bobsleigh

Justin Kripps and Alexander Kopacz tied for first in two-man event at 2018 Winter Olympics

Canada wins gold in bobsleigh
Bobsleigh athlete Justin Kripps, along with teammate Alexander Kopacz, finished in second place in the first heat of the two-man bobsleigh competition at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea on Sunday. (Black Press file photo)

Canadians place second in first heat of two-man bobsleigh

Justin Kripps and Alexander Kopacz finish 0.02 seconds behind Latvian team in Winter Olympics

Bobsleigh athlete Justin Kripps, along with teammate Alexander Kopacz, finished in second place in the first heat of the two-man bobsleigh competition at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea on Sunday. (Black Press file photo)
Over the past year, a total of 470 people in 223 households received assistance from the food bank at least once. Mathie Franchuk is one of them, trying to make it through the month on a small disability payment. (John Arendt/Summerland Review)

An ongoing struggle with poverty

Summerland woman relies on regular support from food bank

Over the past year, a total of 470 people in 223 households received assistance from the food bank at least once. Mathie Franchuk is one of them, trying to make it through the month on a small disability payment. (John Arendt/Summerland Review)
Test your knowledge of B.C. news from 2017

Test your knowledge of B.C. news from 2017

How well do you know the events and news headlines of the past year?

Test your knowledge of B.C. news from 2017
How much do you really know about Christmas?

How much do you really know about Christmas?

Black Press Media puts your holiday knowledge to the test!

How much do you really know about Christmas?
PHOTO SUBMITTED                                LEAVING A RAT                                A dead rat, packed in a cracker box, was left on Mayor Peter Waterman’s doorstep in November. The day after this rat was left, another was also deposited at his home.

Dead rats on doorstep greets Summerland mayor

Two rodents have been delivered to Peter Waterman’s doorstep

PHOTO SUBMITTED                                LEAVING A RAT                                A dead rat, packed in a cracker box, was left on Mayor Peter Waterman’s doorstep in November. The day after this rat was left, another was also deposited at his home.
JOHN ARENDT                                CANNABIDIOL PRODUCTS                                Katerina Roshier shows some of the Green Gaia products available at Summerland Gold and Silver Exchange in Summerland. The products contain cannabidiol, a cannabis compound used for its medical benefits.

Cannabidiol products available in Summerland

Products contain medical benefits of cannabis, but with no psychoactive properties

JOHN ARENDT                                CANNABIDIOL PRODUCTS                                Katerina Roshier shows some of the Green Gaia products available at Summerland Gold and Silver Exchange in Summerland. The products contain cannabidiol, a cannabis compound used for its medical benefits.