Lisa Carleton

Cameron Baughen

RDOS presents Free Rain Barrel workshop and compost bin information session

Cameron Baughen, and Zoe Kirk, of the RDOS give presentations in Princeton and Hedley.

Cameron Baughen
The Wheat in the Barley had residents tapping their feet and clapping their hands all through their performance at the Riverside Centre on Saturday

No sitting still during Wheat in the Barley performance

The Wheat in the Barley had locals unable to stop themselves from ‘feeling the music.’

The Wheat in the Barley had residents tapping their feet and clapping their hands all through their performance at the Riverside Centre on Saturday
Spencer Coyne

Princeton Chamber rolls out phase two of Think Local

Phase two of the Think Local Campaign rolled out on Saturday, March 15.

Spencer Coyne
Robin Irwin

Princeton Museum year in review presented to council

Robin Irwin, manager of the Princeton Museum came to council to present her yearly report for the museum.

Robin Irwin
Starskate 2 skaters; Shelby Nylund

Broadway graces Princeton Arena

For two hours on Sunday, March 9, locals were treated to the talents of young skaters from the Princeton Skating Club

Starskate 2 skaters; Shelby Nylund
Sandra Lewis and Frankie Reichert joined forces to organize a Shave for the Brave  fundraiser on March 19. The two have since been joined by 20 other individuals to help them rise funds and awareness for Young Adults Cancer Canada. Come down to the Fire Hall between 3 and 6 p.m.

Shave for the brave ~ local ladies looking for your support

Sandra Lewis and Frankie Reichert joined forces to organize a Shave for the Brave fundraiser on March 19.

Sandra Lewis and Frankie Reichert joined forces to organize a Shave for the Brave  fundraiser on March 19. The two have since been joined by 20 other individuals to help them rise funds and awareness for Young Adults Cancer Canada. Come down to the Fire Hall between 3 and 6 p.m.
A male Evening Grosbeak.

Evening Grosbeak numbers on the decline

Residents of Tulameen have reported their witnessing drivers plowing through flocks of Evening Grosbeaks and killing them.

A male Evening Grosbeak.
Rotarians Colleen Stevens (left) and Ernie Lawrence (right) share in the exitement of Cynthia Frost who turned the key to open the locked box containing the Diamond Pendant from Paris Jewellers. Frost drew the winning key on behalf of Darnella Armitage.

Princeton Rotary Wine Fest sets record year

One hundred and forty-five tickets were taken in at the Princeton Rotary Wine Fest and Tastes of Princeton event.

Rotarians Colleen Stevens (left) and Ernie Lawrence (right) share in the exitement of Cynthia Frost who turned the key to open the locked box containing the Diamond Pendant from Paris Jewellers. Frost drew the winning key on behalf of Darnella Armitage.

Implementation of ORV Act anticipated for fall of 2014

The implementation of Bill 13, the ORV Act, including registration provisions, is anticipated for the fall of 2014.

Barb Gagnon

Council Briefs ~ Tribute to Mayor Brown

Mayor Frank Armitage paid tribute to former Princeton Mayor David Brown who passed away at Ridgewood Lodge last week.

Barb Gagnon
Childhood Education Assistant Judy Lee

Royal Bank of Canada sponsors VFE After School program

Students, parents and teachers are very happy and thankful for the Vermilion Forks After School Program.

Childhood Education Assistant Judy Lee
Shelby Maynard and friend Caitlynn Pateman assist Leaders for Literacy outreach coordinator Dierra Maynard in acting out the story

Bedtime and Books fills gym at John Allison

The event is called Bedtime and Books and is a fun way of encouraging youngsters to read.

Shelby Maynard and friend Caitlynn Pateman assist Leaders for Literacy outreach coordinator Dierra Maynard in acting out the story
OUTERBRIDGE - Clockwork Mysteries Ted and Marion Outerbridge captivate their audience with the arts of acting/storytelling

The mystery of magic and illusion

Residents and visitors to the community were treated to an afternoon of magic and illusion at the Riverside Centre Theatre on Sunday.

OUTERBRIDGE - Clockwork Mysteries Ted and Marion Outerbridge captivate their audience with the arts of acting/storytelling
Left to right: Sharon Gaythorpe

Lyn Graff retires from Canada Post

Lyn Graff's 33 year career with Canada Post ended with her retirement on Thursday, Feb. 13.

Left to right: Sharon Gaythorpe
The Switchmen; Corry Oerlemans

Valentine dance fundraiser is a sweet success

The generosity of those who attended the Valentine dance fundraiser for the Riverside Kitchen project was tremendous.

The Switchmen; Corry Oerlemans
This is the sticker found on the office door.

What’s your beef?

I believe the point of the placement of the stickers was to get people talking, or to send a message to council.

This is the sticker found on the office door.
Barrie Fraser

Red means stop and green means go

Princeton Landfill now includes a scale and requires patrons to adhere to the ‘rules of the road.’

Barrie Fraser
Children and adults of all ages enjoyed the toboggan hill

China Ridge hosts free Family Day

A combined effort provides residents with a free Family Fun Day at China Ridge Trails.

Children and adults of all ages enjoyed the toboggan hill
Teghan Mullin of the Princeton Posse Novice team  takes a shot on goal during the game against Kelowna. The Princeton Posse Novice team had two wins and two losses over the weekend.

Novice tournament keeps the arena busy over the weekend

The Princeton Posse Novice team hosted teams from Merritt, Kelowna, Chilliwack and Surrey.

Teghan Mullin of the Princeton Posse Novice team  takes a shot on goal during the game against Kelowna. The Princeton Posse Novice team had two wins and two losses over the weekend.
Kenneth R. Kunz

Local firefighters get ‘Cancer Talk’

Firefighters, fire investigators, police officers and any other first responders face even higher risks than the average person.

Kenneth R. Kunz