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Princeton Secondary School ranked in the bottom half of all B.C. and Yukon schools in the Fraser Institute's 2011 annual report.
Otter Lake, 26 kms from Princeton, has gone down more than a foot, but could come back faster next time it rains or the weather warms.
Save Our Hospital gathered in downtown Princeton to protest scheduled emergency department closures starting today.
Tulameen residents have been given supplies by the Red Cross to help clean their houses.
Otter Lake may continue to rise with warm weather on the way this weekend.
Otter Lake rose another 12 inches last night, putting another seven houses in danger.
The Rick Hansen 25th Anniversary Relay is making one of its last stops in Princeton on March 9 as part of a cross-country tour.
Otter Lake in Tulameen, a small community near Princeton, has flooded and an evacuation alert has been given.
The average amount of time it takes emergency services to reach patients in Princeton, Coalmont, Tulameen and Heldey has been released.
The Stan Thompson Memorial Rodeo runs May 12 and 13 at Sunflower Downs - Exhibition Grounds.
Deputy Mayor Jason Earle is at an urban wildlife conference in Cranbrook today to learn more about how to manage urban deer.
MLA Harry Lali joins the discussion about Princeton Hospital emergency department closures, more than 600 people sign petition.
Val Snider won two bowling trophies she won for ladies high single and pins over average.
The director of Area G is asking something be done about the address numbers along Highway 3 near Princeton, Hedley and Keremeos.
Princeton's new ZigZag Trail is slated to cost $225,000 and will be more elaborate than before.
A public meeting about the Princeton Hospital emergency room closures is scheduled for 4 p.m. Thursday, April 12 at the Belaire Restaurant.
The petition's organizer hopes for 2,000 signatures opposing Princeton Hospital emergency department closures.
Interior Health statistics show how many serious cases Princeton Hospital is expected to see during scheduled closures that begin on May 1.
Both supporters and opponents of a proposed national park in the South Okanagan had their say at a packed meeting.
An overview of town council's priorities, including town hall office relocation, urban deer management and hospital development.