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Robin Irwin, manager of the Princeton Museum came to council to present her yearly report for the museum.
The implementation of Bill 13, the ORV Act, including registration provisions, is anticipated for the fall of 2014.
Sandra Lewis and Frankie Reichert joined forces to organize a Shave for the Brave fundraiser on March 19.
One hundred and forty-five tickets were taken in at the Princeton Rotary Wine Fest and Tastes of Princeton event.
A domestic dispute resulting in a stabbing has taken place in the parking lot of the Princeton Dairy Queen Restaurant.
Mayor Frank Armitage paid tribute to former Princeton Mayor David Brown who passed away at Ridgewood Lodge last week.
Residents and visitors to the community were treated to an afternoon of magic and illusion at the Riverside Centre Theatre on Sunday.
Students, parents and teachers are very happy and thankful for the Vermilion Forks After School Program.
I believe the point of the placement of the stickers was to get people talking, or to send a message to council.
The Princeton Posse Novice team hosted teams from Merritt, Kelowna, Chilliwack and Surrey.
Three delegations sought the attention of Mayor and Council during the regular meeting held on Jan. 20.
Due to new employment responsibilities, Jason Earle has resigned his position of Councillor with the Town of Princeton.
Weyerhaeuser Company has made it on to the Corporate Knights Global 100 index.
Woodford is being honoured for her dedication and service to the Coalmont/Tulameen Fire Department.
Children’s Hospital has a special place in the hearts of Tanya and her husband Al Lawes .
Highway 3 is closed in both directions due to a rock slide 18 km west of Keremeos
Residents are welcomed to come up to the arena to watch the home tournaments and cheer on the players.
It’s a whole complex circle of issues and resolutions.
The Princeton Posse Peewee team take top spot in the Peewee House Tournament
Suggestions to attract businesses and increase population a priority for prosperity in Princeton.