Lisa Carleton

Princeton Deer Survey questions explained June 13

On June 13, 2013, Councillor Earle will be at the Seniors Centre at 7:30 p.m., to explain survey questions.

Princeton teen achieves gold Duke of Edinburgh Award

Ally Myers, a student of Princeton Secondary has achieved the gold level of the Duke of Edinburgh Award

Canadian Bull Run Rally to arrive in Princeton on July 7

On Sunday, July 7 at the Princeton Airport the Canadian Bull Run Rally teams will host the Princeton Airport Supercar Drag Racing event

Grand opening celebrated for Suzie’s Shoppe

Suzie’s Shoppe celebrated its grand opening on Friday, May 24.

Council briefs ~ May 21

Council briefs from the regular meeting of Council on May 21

Hospital Auxiliary presents gift to Highway Extrication

Princeton Hospital Auxiliary, sponsor of Princeton Highway Extrication Society presents third gift to crew member Frank Currier.

BC Liberal, Jackie Tegart wins Fraser-Nicola

Preliminary voting results show Tegart with the win at 5,539 votes to incumbent Harry Lali with 4,785 for Fraser-Nicola on May 14.

Celebrating Mining Day in Princeton

Copper Mountain Mine employees set up and manned information booths pertaining to mine operations

Orthotic and prosthetic care available in Princeton in June

Patients requiring Orthotic or Prosthetic services can visit with Watkinson at the Physiotherapy office in the Princeton Hospital.

What does the future hold for the Princeton Court House building?

A 23 page report containing the Building Condition Assessment of the Princeton Court House was released at the regular meeting of Council

How to find a Gypsy’s Heart in Princeton

Inside A Gypsy’s Heart, men and women will find a mixture of new and up-cycled clothing.

420 Eva Nichole released Saturday

The wind vane, 420 Eva Nichole, a T-33 Jet now marks the entrance of the Princeton Airport.

Outbackjacks horse rescues on the rise

Outbackjacks Horse Rescue is more than busy with rescues. One is adopting out and 16 more are in waiting for rescue.

Educating Princeton and area on the threats of aquatic invasive species

The biggest threats are the Zebra and Quagga mussels, New Zealand Mud snails, Didymo (Rock Snot) and the Spiny Water Flea.

A rural collector with purpose

Similkameen Rural Collection and Recycle Services is geared towards residents who have no curbside pick up service.

Small group cleans up Princeton for Earth Day

A small, yet energetic group of residents participated in the Community Clean Up event in celebration of Earth Day.

Princeton’s Kettle Valley Cabinets come highly recommended

Kettle Valley Cabinets in Princeton, offer expert services to provide you with just what you need.

Social media safety lesson for all in Princeton

While speaking with the students Miller was able to get them to realize the unsafe practices there were with social media devices.

School District #58 wants your input

School District #58 is currently in the budget planning process for the 2013/14 school year

Princeton Legion Diamond Dinner dazzles again

One hundred and twenty ladies, were treated to a semi-formal dinner and dance at the Princeton Legion on Saturday, April 6.