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Chapter of Back Country Horsemen of BC proposed for Princeton/Tulameen area

Requirement to start a Chapter of BCHBC in this area is all about people.

Copper Mountain Mine achieves record first quarter

In the first three months of 2014 the mine shipped 39,000 wmt of concentrate, an increase of nine per cent over the prior quarter.

An afternoon at Swan Lake

Hiking and birding is what twelve Vermilion Forks Field Naturalists did on Saturday, April 12 at Swan Lake.

Princeton Posse Spring Camp a Success

The Princeton Posse held their first spring camp in many years at the Princeton and District Arena during the weekend of March 28-30.

Valley First Princeton branch welcomes new manager

Long-time Princeton resident Suzanne Holland takes over as branch manager.

Minor Hockey presents awards

Players, teams and volunteers are celebrated by the Minor Hockey Association.

Naturalists Explore Lower Allenby

Eleven Vermilion Forks Field Naturalists take a hike around lower Allenby.

Princeton Peewee Posse have unbeatable year

Regular season came to an end for the local team and with that end has come a record to brag about.

Get ready for the Annual Family Fair

The annual Family Fair raises funds for bursaries for the graduating class of Princeton Secondary School.

Valley First extending hours to better serve members and community

Beginning Monday, March 31, Valley First Princeton will extend their service hours.

Raptor 2000 construction begins at Copper Mountain Mine

Copper Mountain mine’s new High Performance Raptor 2000 rock crusher is the centerpiece of its $40 million secondary crusher program.

Buying a Used Car? Protect Yourself

When buying a used vehicle, you should do your homework, says CarProof. 150,000 British Columbians buy from a private seller each year.

Giving thanks for volunteers

Lynn Pelly, executive director of Princeton & District Community Services extends thanks to community volunteers.

British Columbia’s Blue Box Battle

B.C. business owner lays out his issues with Province's MMBC recycling plan; calls it a 'cash and power grab'

Outing at China Ridge

The conditions and weather for the VFFN snowshoe outing at China Ridge on Saturday

Logan Turner receives Governor General Award

The South Central Interior Distance Education School is pleased to announce Logan Turner as the recipient of the Governor General’s Award

Ideas flow at Fall Fair meeting

There were a lot of ideas discussed for activities at the September Fall Fair.

Active Winter Women Program a great success

This program was designed to give women the tools to become comfortable and active in our local outdoor wilderness.

Raptor 2000 rock crusher – upper main frame now at mine site

The first of four major parts of the permanent secondary crusher is being transported from Kamloops to the Copper Mountain Mine

Local Midget Rep team players off to Provincials

Five local players head for Provincials being hosted in 100 Mile House March 16-21.