Lisa Carleton

Celebrating twenty years of whole wellness

On June 21 of this year, Pamella Lindley will celebrate the twentieth anniversary of her home based business.

Mini Pow Wow held in Veterans Square

Residents were treated to a day of culture, drumming and dance as well as interactive dance by the High Water Singers and Ernie Philip.

Mini soccer tournament held at PSS field

About 100 kids from Princeton and Keremeos got together for the second time this spring.

Marvelous Mutts Rescue makes friends in Princeton

A discussion between friends in Princeton and Merritt has resulted in a close contact for rescuing and rehoming dogs.

Class of ‘73 wins Princeton Rotary golf tournament

The annual fundraiser assists Princeton Rotary in their support of the numerous community causes they contribute to.

Canadian Medicare under threat

A legal battle before the courts in B.C., is being called “the most significant challenge in Canadian history.”

Editorial: Busy bees or pot stirrers?

Well folks, I’ve been presented with another issue to comment on—last week’s vandalism and now this week—rumours!

The Copper Mountain family bids farewell to one of their own

A Celebration of Life in honour of Art Pratico was organized by members of Art’s Copper Mountain family.

Krankin’ Vintage celebrates 7th anniversary

Enthusiasts from Keremeos, Langley, Princeton and the Okanagan brought their treasures to the annual celebration.

Ridgewood Lodge salutes volunteers

Volunteers were shown appreciation for their efforts during a tea held on Friday.

Repairs underway for Old Hedley Road

Mayor Armitage announces repairs to Old Hedley Road have begun.

Valley First treats local families to free movie night

The Valley First Blue Blitz team surprised residents of Princeton, on Friday with a free pass to the The Lego Movie.

Editorial – What were you thinking?

Acts of destruction make no sense to me whatsoever.

Smokin’ hot product hits market

On Friday, May 16 of this May long-weekend a new product produced locally hits the market and is available for purchase at Doug's Homestead.

95 students amazed by fun filled literacy race

An event organized by literacy coordinator, Dierra Maynard teaches kids life skills, while they think they are just having fun.

Little Creek Grill opens in Princeton

After eight years away, the Goreas family return to Princeton and open up a brand new restaurant.

Appreciation from the Doug’s Homestead family

Brent and Linette McClelland feel they have much to be thankful for.

Princeton Council adopt bylaws

Thomasina's will be the first business in Princeton to host a sidewalk café.

New Princeton fire truck arrives

Princeton’s brand-new fire truck rolled into town on Thursday, May 1.

A celebration of mining in Princeton

The 4th annual Copper Mountain Mining Day was held at Veterans Square on Wednesday May 7.