Andrea DeMeer

Town taps emergency funds to repair museum roof

The municipality is tapping emergency funds to repair the roof of the Princeton museum.

Princeton woman honored for helping make town inclusive

"I believe everyone should be included and supported and able to contribute."

Princeton home sells for $3113

A family home in Princeton sold for less than the average price of a used car at the town's annual tax sale.

Riding leans in favor of Conservative Dan Albas

With the Liberals and Conservatives close in national polling before the October 21st election, a website tracking every riding in the country is giving Dan Albas, Conservative candidate and incumbent, a comfortable lead.

Popular recreation site to become pay-for-service campground next year

A hot spot near the Town of Princeton will be a fee-for-service provincial campground next year.

Princeton mayor proud of forestry protesters

"It was a proud moment to see those trucks running through the city."

Princeton mayor proud of forestry protesters

"It was a proud moment to see those trucks running through the city."

Princeton woman gets gift from favorite sports team

'I told them Dana could not write this letter herself as she has Down Syndrome.'

Dog and property complaints keep town hall staff busy

When it comes to complaining, it appears Princeton is going to the dogs.

Missing hiker was not prepared for facing the wilderness

With inexpensive technology readily available there is "no excuse" for people to be ill-prepared when challenging the wilderness.

Police confirm alleged threat to Princeton Secondary School was ‘nothing’

Princeton RCMP have completed their investigation into an alleged threat against staff and students at Princeton Secondary School and are confident the accusation was unfounded.

Princeton growers show off their freaks of nature

Nothing is perfect - and that includes what you eat.

Hedley residents back to drinking bottled water after failed test

Hedley residents are once again relying on bottled water after a do-not-consume order was issued.

Princeton arena should have ice by end of September, but delays frustrate Posse

After weeks of delay - and if everything goes as planned - there will be skating ice in the Princeton arena by Saturday September 28.

Twenty day search for missing Labradoodle ends with tears of joy

After twenty days of worry, thousands of kilometers driven, hundreds of social media updates and dozens of volunteers on the ground, the search for missing Larbadoodle Mordy came to a happy end Sunday when he was reunited with his family.

Hockey groups take over Princeton arena concession

New hands will be serving up food at the Princeton Arena concession this year, after town council awarded the contract for the operation to volunteers from the Princeton Posse and Princeton Minor Hockey Association at a recent meeting.

Gold scammers selling fake jewellery in Princeton B.C.

"Don't buy jewelery at the side of the road."

Four-time cancer survivor again organizes Princeton Terry Fox Run

Some people beat cancer. And some people beat it with a stick.

Near-tragedy at annual teen party in Princeton B.C.

A Princeton high school student was reportedly treated for alcohol poisoning September 3, following an incident at a traditional kick-off to the school year party known as Tequila Sunrise.