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Jessica Rytkonen is surveying residents to find out if her idea of a new store in Princeton would be warranted.
Spring cookies will be in the area until May 6—maybe a little longer.
Last year saw work done to the grandstands and concession and volunteers are hoping to complete the work by season opening.
Rob Bett begins his new position in Revelstoke, B.C., on Tuesday, April 15.
A canoe journey Mike Ranta hopes will inspire youth, raise funds for Atikokan Youth Initiatives and set a Guinness World Record.
Princeton Ambassador 2012/13, Megan Pateman will represent Princeton in the British Columbia (B.C.) Ambassador Program.
Registration, as well as all program schedules, are available on line. Visit the Kokanee's website for information.
The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #56 Princeton hosts the 12th Annual Diamond Dinner.
Princeton joined in with 40 other communities across Canada holding rallies to show their support for a fundamental right
Various fundraisers to assist Princeton home fire victims are being held throughout the community of Princeton.
The new board of directors for the Princeton & District Museum and Archives elected March 26.
A couple from Vernon travelled all the way to Princeton, just to meet Jessica McIvor.
Three homes are destroyed by fire but all occupants escaped injury.
Two concerned citizens came to council on Monday to present their ideas to help with community promotion.
Canadians are asked to stand up as well and fight for their right to proper health care.
George Pearkes Branch #56 - Princeton hosted the First Annual First Responders Appreciation Dinner
Sandra Lewis and Frankie Reichert are overjoyed at the success of the 2014 Shave for the Brave fundraiser.
Questions about medical service issues have been raised. Dr. Curtis Bell of IHA explains some of the these issues.
The old Princeton Town Hall has been turned into a training ground for Princeton volunteer firefighters.
The desire to have a trail that could be used, is what has brought these communities along the trail together.