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New owner Mario Martins is former operations manager
Penticton Arthritis Service will present “Tips Tricks and Tools for Living Well with Arthritis.”
The Copper Mountain Postal Outlet opened officially on Friday, July 25.
Approximately 100 residents attended a farewell party for Dr. Eva, hosted by the Support Our Health Care group. (SOHC)
Dawn Johnson was honoured by Mayor and Council at the regular meeting of council, held Monday, July 21.
“It’s about time we started to promote our natural assets, not just to the tourists but to the locals as well.”
During the Special Meeting of Council, July 16, council adopted the Fire Chief’s response plan for the 2014 fire season.
The VBS Diggers won the tournament around 5 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.
Within our area, three fires have forestry and fire crews working day and night.
Each Saturday, from 1 to 3 p.m., during July and August an outdoor concert will be held at the gazebo in Veterans Square.
Princeton's Mary Sol shares not only her Bronze medal, but a huge smile at the excitement of receiving her first national medal.
The biggest single lift for the Copper Mountain Mine is a 33 ton conveyor which will feed the largest cone crusher in western Canada.
Residents should be aware that break and enters are most certainly on the rise, including theft of property.
A group of 80 riders made the decent into Princeton during the afternoon of July 3.
Princeton Exhibition and Racing Days Associations honour the memory of long time member and former president, John Bey.
Although there was no thoroughbred racing held this year, the Princeton Racing Days Association hosted a weekend full of great events.
Local artists, Mark and Bettina Wong were enlisted to create a patio design suitable for Thomasina’s and the Town of Princeton.
On Friday, June 27 coronation night was held at the Riverside Centre Theatre.
Town Council is pursuing a satellite boundary extension to include the properties of Copper Mountain Mine into the Town of Princeton.
The swift moving water of the Similkameen River claimed the life of 23 year old Scott Fechner