Similkameen Spotlight

LEGO – it’s not just for children anymore

All in all it's just another brick in the wall

 

Smiles, honks and waves as Princeton teachers stage parade for their students

Classrooms are closed, but kids and teachers manage to connect

 

Smiles, honks and waves as Princeton teachers stage parade for their students

Classrooms are closed, but kids and teachers manage to connect

 

How to access health care in Princeton during COVID-19 crisis

This article from the South Okanagan Similkameen Division of Family Practice explains what to do and where to go in Princeton, should you need to access a family doctor, nurse practitioner, emergency care or other health services.

Princeton mayor makes plea for people in need to accept help

Princeton Mayor Spencer Coyne made a heartfelt plea to residents last Sunday morning.

Princeton Council chamber doors closed to public – meetings can be viewed online

Princeton council will continue to hold regular meetings but the doors to the council chambers will be closed to the public.

Spike of visitors to Princeton-area stressing grocery supply chain and healthcare teams

'We are really not set up to have this many people at this time of year.' Area H Director Bob Coyne

Princeton businesses donate protective equipment to local health-care workers

Princeton's doctors, nurses and other health professionals, as well as care providers from around the region, are making a plea for donations of Personal Protective Equipment in the fight against COVID-19.

Some Princeton and area residents ignoring public health orders

'We know who they are, and where they are, and if push comes to shove they can be fined,' says mayor

Town of Princeton launches Coronavirus hotline to assist residents in need

The Town of Princeton has launched what could be B.C.'s first municipally-managed hotline in response to the Coronavirus.

Man allegedly impersonates health authority official, takes elderly Princeton woman from her home

A man allegedly impersonating an official from Interior Health escorted an elderly Princeton woman from her home on March 26 and took her for a drive.

Man charged in fatal shooting now living near Princeton, under court order

A Kamloops-area man, charged with second degree murder, is living in the Princeton area under court order.

Princeton closes parks and mayor launches ‘virtual walk’ Facebook group

The Town of Princeton, along with School District 58, shut down all its parks late March 26 on the heels of a similar announcement from the Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen.

Princeton mayor turns to technology to connect with residents over Coronavirus crisis

Princeton Mayor Spencer Coyne is turning to techology to connect with residents.

Princeton organizing network to assist seniors and shut ins during crisis

The Town of Princeton, with the help of Support Our Health Care (SOHC) and other groups, is establishing a network to help seniors and shut ins through the Coronavirus crisis.

Town’s only grocery store sets limits on purchasing and takes other measures in response to COVID-19

Save-On-Foods responded last week to concerns about empty shelves and food shortages with a number of initiatives.

Princeton mayor confident health and safety of workers ‘top priority of their employers’

COVID-19: Mayor urges locals to practice social distancing, stay home when they can

  • Mar 23, 2020