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Princeton Hospital needs to change
Limited emergency room service at the Princeton Hospital is not only inconvenient, it's dangerous and is bad for tourism.
Snapshot of Princeton in the ’50s sells out
Allenby Road plays nostalgic music for a crowd of 100 people in Princeton.
Coalmont driver dodges rockslide
Trip along the Coalmont Road turns dicey for truck heading home from Princeton.
Jelly bean airplane flying into airshow
A fast-flying, acrobatic airplane decked-out in jelly bean design will be soaring to the Princeton International Air Show.
Dates announced for Princeton powwow
Princeton's second annual celebration of First Nations culture will take place April 6 to 8.
More service interruptions at Princeton Hospital
An on-call doctor will only see the most critical patients at the hospital for certain times March 6 to 9.
Princeton Hospital emergency room services limited
An on-call doctor will only be seeing critical patients all day for four days at the end of March.
Teachers standing up to bullying: Princeton Teachers’ Union president
Princeton District Teachers' Union president speaks out against Bill 22, the Education Improvement Act.
Fruit wines put on a show in Princeton
Princeton wine-lovers got the chance to try unique fruit-based wines at the eighth annual Rotary Wine Festival.
Princeton students walkout to support teachers
Around 30 Princeton Secondary School students held up signs for the B.C. Students Walkout protest to support teachers.
Owner of starving horses near Princeton investigated by SPCA
A man who owned five severely underweight horses may be facing charges by the SPCA.
Princeton elementary students dress in pink
The Spotlight made a short video of John Allison Elementary students as they learned about bullying and ways to prevent it.
B.C. teachers to strike Monday
Princeton teachers, along with all teachers in B.C., will hold a three-day strike starting Monday, after 87 per cent of teachers voted yes.
PSS will remain open with limited supervision during strike
All schools will be open during the strike, but parents are encouraged to find other options for their children.
Mugshots of the Week: Have you seen these people?
The South Okanagan Crime Stoppers are asking residents to keep an eye out for these wanted people.
Pink Shirt Day sweeps through Princeton
Pink Shirt Anti-Bullying Day swept through Princeton as students, council members and many others dressed in pink.
Princeton preschoolers ready to learn
Raelene Campana's Grade 4 class read to preschoolers and infants as part of the drop-in Ready, Set, Learn program at John Allison School.
Fifth starving horse rescued from Princeton
Cricket is the fifth horse to be surrendered by the same man in Princeton.
B.C. teachers allowed to strike
Princeton Secondary School teachers and others in B.C. have been given limited approval to strike.
Posse dunk Lakers in second game of series
The Princeton Posse defeated the Penticton Lakers for the second time in two days, winning the second game of a best-of-seven series.