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RCMP second quarter report

Princeton RCMP responded to 429 calls for service, compared with 487 calls during the second quarter of 2011.

RDOS directors ultimately rule against development of former farmland in Area H

In August of this year, the APC decided against authorizing the application to exclude 10.23 hectares to proceed to the ALC.

Sexual health clinic opens in Penticton

Options for Sexual Health is officially going into operation on the evening of Sept. 18.

Princeton RCMP first quarter report

During the first quarter of 2012 Princeton RCMP responded to 395 calls for service.

Search for overdue motorcyclist ends with discovery of body

On July 14, the Valemount RCMP were able to confirm that missing person, Dennis Gordon GUDMUNDSON had been located.

Princeton’s annual Strawberry Tea brewing

Princeton's United Church Women are celebrating their 50th anniversary with strawberry shortcake and tea on Thursday.

RCMP warn of high risk to reoffend sex offender in Penticton

A sex offender who Penticton RCMP consider a high risk to reoffend has moved to the city.

Similkameen Spotlight starting E-subscriptions

Current print subscribers can access the Spotlight online at no additional cost, while new clients will have to pay for access.

Young Princeton bowlers compete in house tournament

Princeton's Youth Bowling Canada kids brought an adult family member for the Family Twosome tournament.

Light in the tunnel extends walk for residents

The Princeton Tunnel connects the Tulameen River Valley to the Similkameen River Valley. It was first built in 1910.

Sergeant Clare presents quarterly policing report

In 2011, the Princeton RCMP detachment investigated nine founded drug offenses.

Princeton’s engineer overseeing a 400 million dollar project

Akerley’s talent as a project manager, engineer, bilingual Canadian and as a person have kept him in high demand.

Deer complaint gains attention during final council for 2011

A letter from concerned resident Kay Goghlin regarding the deer in Princeton was brought to the attention of council.

No aquatic centre for Princeton

The totals are in from the referendum vote.

Bill Green to be out in 37 months

Sentence for the 2008 manslaughter of a Princeton man finally received.

Country singer to grace the South Okanagan

The long-awaited Terri Clark concert has finally been announced for the South Okanagan Events Centre, with the Canadian country music star setting Oct. 28 as the date for her premiere in the South Okanagan.

Black Press buys Cranbrook, Kimberley dailies

Black Press, British Columbia's largest publisher of community newspapers and websites, has announced the purchase of the Cranbrook Daily Townsman and the Kimberley Daily Bulletin from Don Kendall.

Betty Fox is ‘seriously ill’

Betty Fox, mother of the late Terry Fox, the Canadian hero from Port Coquitlam, is seriously ill, according to a statement posted today on the Terry Fox Foundation website.