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This past weekend saw the fifth annual Outbackjacks Flea Market take place right on the rescue property.
The annual fashion show is an evening that the youth enjoy and have a great deal of fun with their presentations.
Local volunteer Fire Chief Eric Gregson is presented with long service and exemplary service awards.
Again this year, to help preserve the area, local Kelley Cook organized an Earth Day celebration.
Canadian Cancer Society reps and Dr. Gerry Karr from the Okanagan Similkameen Healthy Living Coalition present to council.
New to the Princeton Chamber are directors; Kim Vokey - Copper Mountain Mine and Susan Robertson of Fletcher Building Supplies.
Dr. Peacock said that it was with a sad heart he was preparing to say goodbye
Approximately 250 people attended The Great Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by Cooper’s Foods
With the tires on his wagon all shot, the man walking far needed assistance in a big way.
Jessica Rytkonen is surveying residents to find out if her idea of a new store in Princeton would be warranted.
Report from the regular meeting of council, April 7, 2014
Last year saw work done to the grandstands and concession and volunteers are hoping to complete the work by season opening.
A canoe journey Mike Ranta hopes will inspire youth, raise funds for Atikokan Youth Initiatives and set a Guinness World Record.
Princeton joined in with 40 other communities across Canada holding rallies to show their support for a fundamental right
Various fundraisers to assist Princeton home fire victims are being held throughout the community of Princeton.
Three homes are destroyed by fire but all occupants escaped injury.
George Pearkes Branch #56 - Princeton hosted the First Annual First Responders Appreciation Dinner
Canadians are asked to stand up as well and fight for their right to proper health care.
Phase two of the Think Local Campaign rolled out on Saturday, March 15.
The desire to have a trail that could be used, is what has brought these communities along the trail together.