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Residents should be aware that break and enters are most certainly on the rise, including theft of property.
Appreciation and awards are presented during coronation night at the Riverside Centre.
130 entries show for the 14th annual Show n’ Shine sponsored by A & W, Mac’s Auto Parts, Cooper’s Foods and Lordco.
A group of 80 riders made the decent into Princeton during the afternoon of July 3.
Princeton’s Canada Day celebrations took place at the Princeton Museum, followed by a free swim at the Princeton Centennial Pool.
67 year old Thomas Tomusiak was last seen leaving from the Centennial Pool in Princeton, B.C., yesterday afternoon.
On Friday, June 27 coronation night was held at the Riverside Centre Theatre.
Wen and Wesley are a father-son team who are part of the Tenth Church Team participating in the Love In Motion ride.
Although there was no thoroughbred racing held this year, the Princeton Racing Days Association hosted a weekend full of great events.
Local artists, Mark and Bettina Wong were enlisted to create a patio design suitable for Thomasina’s and the Town of Princeton.
Princeton Exhibition and Racing Days Associations honour the memory of long time member and former president, John Bey.
The swift moving water of the Similkameen River claimed the life of 23 year old Scott Fechner
Town Council is pursuing a satellite boundary extension to include the properties of Copper Mountain Mine into the Town of Princeton.
Residents were treated to a day of culture, drumming and dance as well as interactive dance by the High Water Singers and Ernie Philip.
On June 21 of this year, Pamella Lindley will celebrate the twentieth anniversary of her home based business.
The official celebration to mark the dedication of the new Town Hall took place on Wednesday, June 8.
A legal battle before the courts in B.C., is being called “the most significant challenge in Canadian history.”
The annual fundraiser assists Princeton Rotary in their support of the numerous community causes they contribute to.
A talent show was held at the Riverside Centre on Tuesday, June 3 to raise funds for graduation ceremonies and prom.
The perseverance and dedication of the Sierra Crew is appreciated.