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The Princeton and District Agricultural Fair was held this past weekend, featuring Little Britches Rodeo as the main event.
Bill Rotheisler is the new coach for the Princeton Posse and is looking ahead to a great year.
On August 16, a meeting was held to update MLA Jackie Tegart on the progress of the Health Care Action Framework for Princeton and Area.
Council is being proactive and protective of the Town employees and have authorized upgrades to the Court House to house Town Offices
During the weekend music festival, Orkestar Slivovica took a walk down to the Brown Bridge swimming hole.
A non-binding opinion poll was held by the RDOS to find out residents opinion on having a cell tower installed in the community.
Lazy Mike and the Rockin’ Recliners returned to Hedley, B.C., for the second annual Hedley Summer Street Dance
The residents for the cell tower are hoping that those who have the safety issue and view concerns will take the time to become informed
A Piper Aerostar landed at the Princeton Airport last Monday to make a special delivery to Shea Evans, resident of Hedley, B.C.
The staff of the Similkameen Spotlight are pleased to welcome Tammy Hartfield to the Spotlight team.
Dr. Eva feels that creating exposure to our community will be most helpful in “getting our name out there.”
Mary Sol won a gold medal in Bocci at the provincial tournament in Langley.
Leah Ward organized the Princeton Skills Centre for drop off and pick up of donations for Alberta.
Bridge Street and the Princeton Airport were the spots to be this past weekend in Princeton.
A new board of directors has been elected to carry on the operations of Princeton’s
Junior B Hockey Team.
The Canada Day long weekend in Princeton was full of activities including the 45th celebration of Princeton Racing Days.
2012 Ambassadors Megan Pateman and Taylor Gibb presented the 2013 Princeton Youth Ambassadors with their banners and crowns.
Mayor Frank Armitage announced that Council had hired a new Chief Administrative Officer for the Town of Princeton.
Representatives from both companies came together to celebrate their success by sharing in a tree planting excursion up on China Creek Road.
A grant has been applied to changing over all the aging lights/fixtures to that of new energy efficient lighting.