Andrea DeMeer

Humor is some important medicine

A little humor never hurt anyone. And that was what Ed Vermette,…

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 closes parks and mayor launches ‘virtual walk’ Facebook group

The Town of Princeton, along with School District 58, shut down all…

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…

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…

School worker tests positive for Coronavirus

An employee of the school district responsible for Princeton and Merritt has…

Drug charges result in fine and judge questions why offender was ‘almost falling asleep’ in court

A provincial court judge paused to ask if a Keremeos man was…

Five day trial needed to resolve custody of Princeton’s caboose

The Town of Princeton and the Vermilion Trail Society (VTS) are chugging…

Princeton town hall and visitors centre shut down

The Town of Princeton announced more closures Friday. Effective March 20 the…

Province denies $20 million grant application for Princeton’s aquatic centre

Mayor Spencer Coyne said an indoor pool is not dead in the water

Princeton begins shutting down in response to Coronavirus

Arena, museum and Riverside Centre are all closed

Princeton mayor urges calm amid fears of food and supply shortages

“Our grocery store will be receiving regular shipments.”

Princeton thrift stores close amid virus concerns

Both of Princeton’s thrift stores are closed until further notice as a…

End of dream season an emotional moment for Princeton Posse

‘Disappointment is usually something we save for when we lose. This is just a feeling of sadness.’

Princeton RCMP detachment cancels non-essential services

Police are still responding to all calls, says sergeant

Society busy protecting Princeton’s most vulnerable residents

The society responsible for overseeing the community’s most vulnerable residents has reacted…

Small catches but big fun at inaugural fishing derby

The Vermilion Forks Metis Association held its first annual fishing derby at…

Princeton non-profit robbed of more than $200,000

A local non-profit society charged with providing assistance to vulnerable individuals was…

Midway through playoffs, KIJHL suspends all games until further notice

Hockey playoff games in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL) are…