Andrea DeMeer

Princeton Mayor Spencer Coyne was on hand Monday morning, May 31, to observe the lowering of the flags at town hall. Photo Andrea DeMeer

Princeton honours residential school children discovered in mass grave

Mayor Spencer Coyne expresses deep grief over crimes against Indigenous families

Princeton Mayor Spencer Coyne was on hand Monday morning, May 31, to observe the lowering of the flags at town hall. Photo Andrea DeMeer
Jordan Naterer, 25, was last seen Saturday Oct. 10. He planned a hike in the Manning Park area, and has not been seen since. Photo Facebook.

Specialist team with canines will join the search for missing Manning Park hiker

Jordan Naterer’s mother makes plea for local volunteers

Jordan Naterer, 25, was last seen Saturday Oct. 10. He planned a hike in the Manning Park area, and has not been seen since. Photo Facebook.
The Princeton Lacrosse Association currently has about 20 players. (File photo)
The Princeton Lacrosse Association currently has about 20 players. File photo

Princeton lacrosse players make pitch for $325,000 box

Facility could be used for pickleball, floor hockey and other sports

The Princeton Lacrosse Association currently has about 20 players. (File photo)
The Princeton Lacrosse Association currently has about 20 players. File photo
Princeton needs 109 more childcare spaces in the next 10 years, says report. File Photo

Princeton parents need more affordable daycare options

Report finds town needs an additional 109 group spaces created in the next 10 years

Princeton needs 109 more childcare spaces in the next 10 years, says report. File Photo
Court heard the man began abusing his first victim when she was less than 10 years old, in the late 1970’s. File photo

Elderly Princeton man jailed for child sex crimes

Offender pleaded guilty, but claims to have no memory of the abuse

Court heard the man began abusing his first victim when she was less than 10 years old, in the late 1970’s. File photo
The clock was removed during renovations to the visitor centre. Photo submitted

A new downtown clock for Princeton will take time

Mayor suggests community fundraising may be an option

The clock was removed during renovations to the visitor centre. Photo submitted
The Princeton Food Bank will eventually be located on First Street in the former United Church 
building. (Spotlight photo)

Princeton’s food bank to get new downtown home

Baptist church acquires former United church building

The Princeton Food Bank will eventually be located on First Street in the former United Church 
building. (Spotlight photo)
Younger Princeton residents are now being urged to register for a vaccination notification. (Black Press Media photo)

Princeton lags behind in vaccination rates

Approximately 24 per cent of residents here have received their first dose

Younger Princeton residents are now being urged to register for a vaccination notification. (Black Press Media photo)
Motorists breaking travel rules can be fined $230 for failing to follow instructions or $575 if the reason for travel violates the essential travel health order, at this Highway 3 check area near Manning Park. Photo RCMP

RCMP begin checking drivers on BC highways

Four check points are set up Thursday May 6 around the province

Motorists breaking travel rules can be fined $230 for failing to follow instructions or $575 if the reason for travel violates the essential travel health order, at this Highway 3 check area near Manning Park. Photo RCMP
A picture of Shirley Ann Soosay was rendered from a postmortem photograph and circulated on social media. Image DDP

Princeton woman key to naming victim in 40 year old murder

In July 1980, Shirley Ann Soosay was raped and stabbed to death

A picture of Shirley Ann Soosay was rendered from a postmortem photograph and circulated on social media. Image DDP
We’d like to tell you where this lake is…but we can’t. MCG

Oh the lies that fishermen tell

There was an uncomfortable moment at a recent Princeton council meeting when…

We’d like to tell you where this lake is…but we can’t. MCG
B.C.’s public health restrictions on non-essential travel are reinforced by orders effective April 23, 2021 to stay within your own regional health authority except for essential travel such as work and medical appointmens. (B.C. government)

Princeton-area cabin owners consider defying travel ban

“I’m planning to go up. If anyone doesn’t like it I invite them to stay out of my yard.”

B.C.’s public health restrictions on non-essential travel are reinforced by orders effective April 23, 2021 to stay within your own regional health authority except for essential travel such as work and medical appointmens. (B.C. government)
Princeton RCMP Sgt. Rob Hughes is reminding off-road vehicle riders to renew their permits. 
(Spotlight file photo)

Police urge off-road vehicle riders in Tulameen to renew permits before the end of April

About 400 permits, which are free, need to be renewed

Princeton RCMP Sgt. Rob Hughes is reminding off-road vehicle riders to renew their permits. 
(Spotlight file photo)
As the snow in Manning Park melts, searchers are able to get a little farther each day. Photo submitted

B.C. family resumes search for son missing in Manning Park since October

‘This is our child, and we don’t give up on our children,’ said mom Jordan Naterer’s mother Josie

As the snow in Manning Park melts, searchers are able to get a little farther each day. Photo submitted
As the snow in Manning Park melts, searchers are able to get a little farther each day. Photo submitted

Family resumes search for son, missing in Manning Park

‘This is our child, and we don’t give up on our children’

As the snow in Manning Park melts, searchers are able to get a little farther each day. Photo submitted
Residents can register and pick a spot to clean up Saturday April 24. File photo

Princeton organizes community cleanup event for Saturday

The cleanup, being organized by the municipality, takes place two days after Earth Day.

Residents can register and pick a spot to clean up Saturday April 24. File photo
Peyton Slind enjoys the fruits of his labour. Photo submitted

B.C. youngster builds hammock out of 900 plastic bags

“I’m going to enjoy it until it splits in half.”

Peyton Slind enjoys the fruits of his labour. Photo submitted
Photo submitted.

Princeton homeowners turn things on with solar power

You are essentially prepaying for 10-20 years worth of electricity

Photo submitted.
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File Photo
Lowering the flags is official protocol following the death of a member of the British Royal Family, according to Princeton Mayor Spencer Coyne. (Spotlight photo)

Town flags lowered out of respect for Prince Phillip

The practice follows official protocol when a member of the British Royal Family dies.

Lowering the flags is official protocol following the death of a member of the British Royal Family, according to Princeton Mayor Spencer Coyne. (Spotlight photo)