Similkameen Spotlight

Coalmont to get unique subdivision

Special zoning allows for eight homes on Quad Ranch


Driver crashes vehicle twice in one day near Princeton

Abbotsford woman, 29, wasn't injured in either incident


Police believe missing Merritt cowboy was the victim of homicide

Two years after he went missing, Ben Tyner's family makes video plea for information


Copper Mountain Mine worker tests positive for COVID

Princeton's largest employer stresses its commitment to safe practices

Hedley residents under do-not-consume-water order due to arsenic levels

Residents in Hedley remain under a do-not-consume-water order, due to higher than safe levels of arsenic.

Snowmobiler found safe after Princeton GSAR takes a midnight ride

He was expected home for dinner at 5:30 p.m and his wife reported he was overdue at approximately 10 p.m.

Princeton trailer fire deemed not suspicious

Man fled the scene because he was afraid, officials were told

Princeton cop saves life of elderly man

He broke the glass and crawled into the house, while calling for assistance from BC Ambulance

Hedley woman turns up famous family connections

Kim English is kin to Lawrence Welk and may be related to Canada's first prime minister

Princeton RCMP unable to locate skaters reported for alleged COVID protocol breach

Ice fishers found to be in compliance with provincial health orders

2020 was a great year for Copper Mountain Mine

Expansion and new hires planned for the coming months

2020 was a great year for Copper Mountain Mine

Expansion and new hires planned for the coming months

Conservation officers get more than 100 calls about wildlife from Princeton in 2020

There were 51 reports of deer, 44 calls about bears

Princeton property values skyrocket

On average single family homes increase 17 per cent in value, in one year

  • Jan 6, 2021

Princeton’s ‘first family’ grows by eight pounds, eight ounces

Quin Blue Coyne already has at least 1,000 relatives

Avalanche closes Coalmont Road

There is no specified time for reopening

SPCA refuses to return seized animals to Princeton area breeder

Review board finds owner liable for $250k in society costs

Practically no one watches Princeton council meetings online

Mayor says transparency is more important than numbers

Princeton councillor wants to engage about proposed budget – but not on Facebook

A Princeton councillor would like to have more engagement around the proposed 2021 municipal budget – but she's not about to do it on social media.

Horses seized near Princeton suffered cruelly, says SPCA

Society still looking for families to adopt the surviving, recovered animals