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The Princeton RCMP is warning residents to be cautious of companies promising to fix computers over the phone.
South Okanagan Crime Stoppers needs your help finding these men.
Princeton town council wrote a letter to give to people complaining about an ATV ban on the Trans Canada Trail in town.
The name of the woman who died when her car rolled over into the Similkameen River near Princeton has been released.
People concerned about a proposed pipeline that would run one to two kilometres from Princeton can voice their thoughts.
The number of people living in Princeton dropped by two per cent, despite the mine opening last year.
A Keremeos woman died and three others were injured when a car fell down an embankment into the Similkameen River on Feb. 11.
An agreement signed between Canada and China is a step closer to getting B.C. cherries into the Chinese marketplace.
Princeton's population dropped by two per cent from 2006 to 2011.
South Okanagan Crime Stoppers warns there has been an increase in car thefts.
The one-stop-shop will be shut down by this fall, causing Princeton residents to leave town to shop.
Vancouver-based indie-rock band In Medias Res is playing in Princeton on Feb. 11.
A motion was put forth asking the province to allow mayors to appoint themselves or their designates as RDOS directors.
A phony company tried to steal almost $4,000 from a Princeton woman.
Copper Mountain Mine generated around $80 million in gross revenue in 2011, but had problems with production goals.
Princeton's Fields store will be shut down by fall 2012, along with the closure of all Fields across Canada.
Two Princeton minor hockey players learned skills and fair play in the Canuck's First Strides program.
Appointments to the Similkameen Planning Committee, the RDOS and the Airport Committee are included.
Area H residents will now have better access to a building inspector with improved service hours.
Princeton residents seeking employment will be helped by another agency staring in April.