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Protesters have gathered outside Princeton Hospital to voice their opposition to emergency room hour cut backs.
Lali told protesters outside Princeton Hospital that doctors aren't coming to town because they can't practice what they learned in school.
Crime Stoppers is asking the public’s assistance in locating the following people.
Princeton's business community gathered to discuss the negative affects of scheduled emergency department closures four time a week.
Bareback riding, calf roping, saddle bronc, steer wrestling, team roping and barrel racing were part of the Stan Thompson Memorial Rodeo.
Fire engulfed the old Argo Road Maintenance building near Highway 3 and Rocklin Avenue around 2 p.m. May 11.
More than 2,300 people have signed the petition for 24/7 emergency department care in Princeton, with plenty more on the way.
Princeton does not have a bylaw against these containers yet, but council is considering creating one.
The building was being used for storage, and police say no one was inside when the fire started.
An accident at Bridge Street and Highway 3 in Princeton slowed down traffic yesterday evening.
Warm weather could mean Otter Lake will rise again, flooding houses blocks away as it did in late April.
Residents of Coalmont, Tulameen and Hedley can put unwanted large items out for pickup from May 14 to 18.
The Rick Hansen Relay visited Princeton yesterday, 25 years after its first travelled through town.
An urban deer management committee will be formed within the next month to look at options to control the number of deer in Princeton.
Otter Lake has dropped back to normal, down from six feet above normal the week before.
RDOS employees are asking for a 6.2 per cent pay raise in 2012 and a 3.18 per cent raise in 2013.
Princeton's Mayor Fred Thomas died of prostate cancer around 4 a.m. this morning at his house in Princeton.
Princeton Mayor Fred Thomas’ goal of a 24/7 emergency department never came to be before he died at home May 4.
Otter Lake is now a foot and a half above normal, down from six feet above normal the week before.
The SPCA is planning to recommend animal cruelty charges against the Princeton man who had five starving horses on his property.