Andrea DeMeer

Princeton man faces charges after allegedly receiving ‘drunk driving’ lesson

The incident happened in the early morning hours of Friday, Aug. 1

Two people die in outdoor shower, in Tulameen

Couple was attending a long weekend gathering

UPDATE: More personnel at Dry Lake fire, 43 properties remain under evacuation alert

Wildfire has been burning out of control north of Princeton for three days

Wildfire burning out of control at Dry Lake near Princeton

Hot, dry conditions affecting containment efforts

Glenview Park’s fate may go to referendum

There is no decision yet on a controversial proposal to remove Glenview Park on Princeton's third bench, and replace it with a subdivision.

Possible arson suspected in devastating Hedley house fire

Family, uninsured, loses everything.

RCMP issue 10 rules for happy long weekend in Tulameen

'Enough is enough,' says police sergeant

Reckless ATV riders cause problems for communities and police in Princeton area

Two women injured after ATV hits tree beside KVR

Construction begins on Princeton housing development

Councillor Tyler Willis is part-owner of the new project

Princeton struggles with acute housing shortage

Less than one per cent vacancy in rental market, says report

Two killed in Highway 3 crash near Princeton

Vancouver couple was driving home from a cottage in the Okanagan

Princeton man who stole money from firefighters now accused of not paying it back

A man who was sentenced to community service, in 2019, after robbing the Princeton Volunteer Fire Hall, was back in court in Penticton, Thursday, July 16.

Princeton woman faces charges of fraud and theft

Charges of fraud and theft were read against a Princeton woman in court, in Penticton, Thursday, July 16.

Racism, homophobia and profanity figure in Princeton graffiti spree

Police describe vandalism as 'nasty' and 'expensive'

Racism, homophobia and profanity figure in Princeton graffiti spree

Police describe vandalism as 'nasty' and 'expensive'

There are some legitimate reasons for seeing U.S. license plates, say police

COVID concerned Canadians react to American travellers

RCMP plan ‘constant’ presence for Tulameen over August long weekend

While official Tulameen Days events for the B.C. Day long weekend are cancelled due to COVID, RCMP are anticipating the community will be very busy.

Elderly Princeton man pleads guilty in child sex abuse case

Sentencing expected in the fall

Have you seen the comet? It’s a once-in-a-lifetime chance

Rare spectacle will be visible throughout July

Women stage protest outside town hall to preserve Glenview Park

Two Princeton women spent several days, over the past two weeks, protesting a move by the municipality to convert Glenview Park into an eight-lot subdivision.