Andrea DeMeer

Princeton museum screens video documenting town’s war effort

Princeton residents have an opportunity this weekend to take in the first original video production of the local museum and archives society.

Princeton RCMP respond to numerous accidents during first snow fall

Princeton's first snow fall created its fair share of havoc on local roads.

A look at mental health care in Princeton

Clinician hired after two years of ups and downs

Negotiators head to mediation in hopes of avoiding Princeton mill strike

Both sides of the labor dispute involving Princeton's Weyerhaeuser Mill are hoping to avoid a strike through mediation.

Princeton: Listen Sunday for the Bells of Peace

On November 11, 1918, church bells rang out across communities in Canada. It was a spontaneous gesture - an expression of relief after four years of fear and suffering.

Leak forces emergency water shut off in downtown Princeton

Water in part of Princeton's business district was turned off Friday morning and it will likely remain off until about 2 p.m.

Princeton post office closed as workers take part in rotating strike

Princeton's post office is closed today, Thursday November 8, as Canada Post employees take part in a rotating strike.

Princeton RCMP seek masked loiterer

Police seek masked loiterer

A chance to meet your RCMP over coffee

Do you fancy having coffee with a cop? If so mark your calendars for November 8. Princeton RCMP are hosting a Coffee With a Cop event - and it is tentatively planned next Thursday at Cool Beanz starting at 9:30.

Four bears trapped in Princeton and destroyed

"It's not something that we want to do or look to do"

Editorial: Looking at experience on Princeton council

We live in interesting times.

Princeton mill workers in strike position

Workers at Princeton's second largest employer are in a position to strike, as of Friday.

Princeton residents attempt to lasso wired deer

A distressed deer who has made numerous out-of-focus appearances on Facebook in the past few days was rescued by conservation officers last week.

B.C. dentist fills a need in the world’s poorest countries

What we do gives people hope. It's a good feeling to help people who have so little"

Princeton cops ready to bring down high drivers

If you think you are liable to get away with driving while impaired by drugs in Princeton - think again.

Hunters slapped with hefty fine after illegal kill

Conservation officers charged two hunters from the Lower Mainland last week near Princeton.

Notorious Hedley driver faces a new slew of charges

A Hedley man who last month was placed under probation conditions that amounted to house arrest faces a new slew of charges.

Notorious Hedley driver faces a new slew of charges

A Hedley man who last month was placed under probation conditions that amounted to house arrest faces a new slew of charges.

Princeton’s Halloween Fun night full of fright, flames and fireworks

It's a bit of an understatement - to say the ninth annual Princeton Halloween Family Fun Night was frighteningly successful.

Try this “trick” to get the most out of your Halloween night

At time of writing it could only be speculated, how many children would visit the DeMeer home for Halloween.