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Princeton family upset about five-hour wait for loved-one to get Penticton Hospital after heart attack
A Princeton family is furious after a loved-one had to wait more than five hours to get to Penticton Hospital after having a heart attack.
Grade 12 PSS students received their diplomas and dressed their best for graduation.
Princeton held a packed public forum on health care, attended by NDP Health Critic Mike Farnworth and Fraser-Nicola MLA Harry Lali.
Princeton Hospital will be on LLTO status next weekend from July 6 to 8 from midnight to 8 a.m.
Princeton Hospital will be on LLTO status during grad weekend June 22 to 24 from midnight to 8 a.m.
In the push to buy local, Keremeos and Cawston wineries are as close as it gets for Princeton residents.
Princeton sees its fair share of cyclists pass through, but this man is the first paraplegic athlete on a strong arm bike to cross Canada.
Health care is a top for Armitage, who resigned his councillor position today to run for mayor.
The Chamber of Commerce is setting up a directory of all businesses in Princeton to help entrepreneurs better understand the market.
Princeton's rumour mill is running about who will run for mayor in the by-election to be held on Aug. 11.
Princeton RCMP members played a friendly but competitive game of bocce with Special Olympics athletes.
A new pipeline could soon run about one kilometre from Princeton, under the Taylor Mill Trailer Park and the Lower Similkameen reserve.
Princeton artist George Donovan intricately paints what he lives - the cowboy lifestyle.
Few details have been released about a tentative agreement meant to increase patient access to doctors in rural areas.
The United Church women made more than 400 strawberry shortcakes for their 50th anniversary.
A cure for multiple sclerosis will be found soon if more funding is available, said two young men who stopped in Princeton.
NDP health critic Mike Farnworth has confirmed he will be coming to a public forum on health care in Princeton this month.
The Upper and Lower Similkameen Indian bands are urging the government to provide money for locums to keep Princeton's ER open 24/7.
Homeowners in the Westridge subdivision likely won't be allowed basement suites in the near future.
A new elaborate ZigZag Trail will soon connect Second Bench to downtown, costing just over $206,000.