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Princeton Hospital will be on LLTO status next weekend from July 6 to 8 from midnight to 8 a.m.
Grade 12 PSS students received their diplomas and dressed their best for graduation.
Princeton Hospital will be on LLTO status during grad weekend June 22 to 24 from midnight to 8 a.m.
In the push to buy local, Keremeos and Cawston wineries are as close as it gets for Princeton residents.
The Chamber of Commerce is setting up a directory of all businesses in Princeton to help entrepreneurs better understand the market.
Princeton's rumour mill is running about who will run for mayor in the by-election to be held on Aug. 11.
A new pipeline could soon run about one kilometre from Princeton, under the Taylor Mill Trailer Park and the Lower Similkameen reserve.
Princeton RCMP members played a friendly but competitive game of bocce with Special Olympics athletes.
Few details have been released about a tentative agreement meant to increase patient access to doctors in rural areas.
Homeowners in the Westridge subdivision likely won't be allowed basement suites in the near future.
The Upper and Lower Similkameen Indian bands are urging the government to provide money for locums to keep Princeton's ER open 24/7.
Miniature replica airplanes designed in precise detail are a passion for Bart Ramsay, who helped organized a group of fliers in Princeton.
Princeton residents will vote for their new mayor on Aug. 11, replacing late mayor Fred Thomas.
A group of wounded marines made the long trip to Princeton for a spring bear hunt to help them recover from their injuries.
An aviation exhibit is being planned for the Princeton Museum, featuring one of the first flight simulators used to train pilots.
Protesters held a second rally in a week as Interior Health representatives met privately with Princeton town council.
Angry protesters crowded around Interior Health Authority representatives to ask what they were doing to bring back 24/7 emergency care.
Princeton Hospital emergency department is on LLTO status from midnight to 8 a.m. from May 25 to 27.
Many people in Princeton believe the man shot himself after a high-speed police chase but police have not confirmed this.
The Town of Princeton would like to remind everyone that fires are not permitted within the town limits from April 15 to Oct. 15.