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Members of Princeton GSAR along with Keremeos and Nicola Valley members participated in a Ice Safety & Rescue Technician - Advanced course.
The Granite Creek Preservation Society is now a registered, non-profit society.
Three cougar encounters and one attack occurred in the Osprey/Link Lake areas, resulting in quite the fright for residents.
With the smoke getting heavier, Sandquist knew the old hotel was in great danger.
Princeton Weyerhaeuser has been a huge community supporter for many years. The Princeton Exhibition Association shows their appreciation.
The fate of Racing Days in Princeton was unstable due to lack of membership. People have come forward and a board has been formed for 2014.
Lukas Jakubec wanted to have his own business to pay for music lessons. So, his mom Susan set things up so he could do just that.
Just shy of 100 people from the business community (employers and employees) enjoyed an evening out together.
Brian Harris, Wildlife Biologist for the Ministry of Forests and Wildlife presented options for managing deer in town.
The requests for Jessica's art work have been pouring in and she has been working like crazy to fill the requests.
The Little Folks Nursery School, located in Princeton on Old Hedley Road is in need of support both financially and through enrolment.
As of Friday, Nov. 22, the new Town Hall was open for business.
Princeton artist, Jessica McIvor’s art page on Facebook has garnered well over 2,000 likes since November 13.
Tiffany Cosman is very excited to be working with flowers and plants again.
If you would like to help keep Racing Days alive and running in Princeton, please attend the upcoming meeting.
A total of $1175 was raised for three charities in Princeton.
Lee Mowry of Princeton, is the proud new owner of a local real estate office.
Paula and Richard Pateman hosted a Dryland Mushing Fun Run on Saturday, Nov. 9.
After 10 years of fundraising and saving, Princeton Highway Extrication Society has a brand new rescue truck.
Each year organizers choose whom they feel could benefit from the funds.