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Local, Mary Agnes Roberts celebrated her 100th Birthday on Monday, August 4, 2014.
Penticton Arthritis Service will present “Tips Tricks and Tools for Living Well with Arthritis.”
Volunteers from the Hedley Museum Society host Hawaiian Night.
The Copper Mountain Postal Outlet opened officially on Friday, July 25.
Four days of family fun draws locals and visitors out to the community of Tulameen during the B.C. Day long weekend
New owner Mario Martins is former operations manager
Approximately 100 residents attended a farewell party for Dr. Eva, hosted by the Support Our Health Care group. (SOHC)
“It’s about time we started to promote our natural assets, not just to the tourists but to the locals as well.”
During the Special Meeting of Council, July 16, council adopted the Fire Chief’s response plan for the 2014 fire season.
Dawn Johnson was honoured by Mayor and Council at the regular meeting of council, held Monday, July 21.
Local artist Alan K. Parsons performed in concert with The Wheat in the Barley on Saturday, July 26.
The VBS Diggers won the tournament around 5 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 19, residents had the opportunity to enjoy a totally free Family Fun Day.
Rui is preparing to leave his home to come and live in Princeton for 11 months.
Destiny Earle is on her way to Peru for the next year as a participant in the Rotary Youth Exchange Program.
36 incomplete bird and animal spots are available for children to come and paint in.
Within our area, three fires have forestry and fire crews working day and night.
The biggest single lift for the Copper Mountain Mine is a 33 ton conveyor which will feed the largest cone crusher in western Canada.
Each Saturday, from 1 to 3 p.m., during July and August an outdoor concert will be held at the gazebo in Veterans Square.
Princeton's Mary Sol shares not only her Bronze medal, but a huge smile at the excitement of receiving her first national medal.