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A public meeting about the Princeton Hospital emergency room closures is scheduled for 4 p.m. Thursday, April 12 at the Belaire Restaurant.
Both supporters and opponents of a proposed national park in the South Okanagan had their say at a packed meeting.
English-style architecture is constantly on the mind of Brian Dolman as he painstakingly creates tiny castles, manors, shops and cathedrals.
Groups travelled from as far away as Williams Lake for the second annual Upper Similkameen Spirit Festival in Princeton.
A petition is being dropped off at businesses in Princeton asking the Minister of Health to bring back 24/7 emergency room care.
Princeton volunteer Joyce Fraser was one of 34 British Columbians to win a 2012 B.C. Community Achievement Award.
Interior Health statistics show how many serious cases Princeton Hospital is expected to see during scheduled closures that begin on May 1.
The way the system is now, there aren't enough patients for another doctor to survive in Princeton.
Similkameen Valley farmer sells her fresh eggs in Princeton, bringing local food to residents.
An overview of town council's priorities, including town hall office relocation, urban deer management and hospital development.
A list of classes, shows and events taking place in Princeton from April 21 to 28 for Arts and Culture Week.
Will the Princeton Hospital be able to provide for me?
The emergency department at Princeton Hospital will be closed from midnight to 8 a.m. Monday to Thursday starting May 1.
Fourteen-year-old Princeton high school student Stacey Tianna Hunt has published her first book Cascade Adventures: The Adventure Begins.
Princeton business owners tell the good and bad of the copper coin.
Princeton narrowly beat Keremeos in the Earth Hour challenge by a margin of around two per cent.
The 47th annual Princeton Agricultural Fall Fair could be cancelled if more people don't join the fair's planning committee.
Princeton Hospital emergency department is tentatively closed April 9, 16, 25 and 30, adding to a long list of service interruptions.
The lives of rascally raccoons and hard-working squirrels in Vancouver’s Stanley Park always stood out for children’s author Duane Lawrence.
An injured man waited over two hours for an ambulance to get to his house between Hedley and Princeton