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The Stan Thompson Memorial Rodeo runs May 12 and 13 at Sunflower Downs - Exhibition Grounds.
Stage 1 water restrictions are slated to start May 15 this year in Princeton.
An unused piece of land separating a playing field from private land in Hedley is about to get an environmentally-friendly makeover.
The Princeton Rock and Fossil club is looking for new members who want to learn more about neat rocks found in the area.
Princeton and Area H residents can drop off their garbage for fee to the landfill the weekend of April 28 and 29.
Interior Health - the authority responsible for recruiting doctors to Princeton - has a problem it can’t easily fix.
MP Alex Atamanenko gave certificates to the five youth ambassador candidates for Princeton.
Deputy Mayor Jason Earle is at an urban wildlife conference in Cranbrook today to learn more about how to manage urban deer.
Princeton Lions Club learned more about a new emergency response team that can travel from Penticton to Princeton.
The air around Princeton has the highest levels of dangerous airborne material in the Okanagan, according to the Air Quality Coalition.
Four happy Princeton Secondary students won awards at a regional science fair in Kamloops.
A group of youngsters tried their hardest to find as many Easter eggs as possible at the Otter Valley Fish & Game Club.
Val Snider won two bowling trophies she won for ladies high single and pins over average.
The director of Area G is asking something be done about the address numbers along Highway 3 near Princeton, Hedley and Keremeos.
MLA Harry Lali joins the discussion about Princeton Hospital emergency department closures, more than 600 people sign petition.
The sound of four North American Harvards returning to Princeton will be heard throughout the valley.
A $3,000 mountain bike was stolen from an industrial area in Penticton.
Princeton's new ZigZag Trail is slated to cost $225,000 and will be more elaborate than before.
The petition's organizer hopes for 2,000 signatures opposing Princeton Hospital emergency department closures.
ZigZag Trail reconstruction, wastewater treatment plant upgrades, town hall relocation and annual paving top the list of the 2012 budget.