Andrea DeMeer

Princeton GSAR credited with saving life of lost snowmobiler

Princeton Ground Search and Rescue volunteers are being credited with saving a…

Truck hauling compressed gas for ‘virtual pipeline’ crashes on B.C. highway

Driver charged and highway closed for nine hours - containers did not rupture

Hedley man sentenced to 10 hours community service after shooting at car

A Hedley man who admitted shooting at a moving vehicle with a…

Police investigate senior’s death at South Okanagan care home

The is the second death at a care home that police have investigated in the Okanagan this month

B.C. ranchers take Christmas hamper rejects for farm animals

Barn cats love cream of mushroom soup and the livestock dines on Kraft Dinner

Overdose suspected in Princeton holiday death

A Princeton woman died of a suspected overdose Sunday, December 23, according…

Princeton RCMP searching for stolen trailer

A brazen thief stole a home on wheels overnight Monday in Princeton…

Police dog tracks down counterfeit suspect

Cop vehicle rammed, and pooch steals a chicken dinner

FortisBC tests ‘virtual pipeline’ following Enbridge explosion

Compressed natural gas is being shipped by truck from Princeton to Aldergrove B.C.

B.C. merchants warned against accepting fake U.S. bills

Can you identify these suspects?

Tulameen man seriously injured in excavator crash

Victim is celebrated B.C. horseman

One day mill strikes across B.C. Interior begins – Princeton workers ready

One-day rotating strikes began at Southern Interior forestry mills Monday, as workers…

Court hears how drugs ruined young man’s life

A Princeton man’s life has been ruined by drugs. That’s according to…

Hedley man shoots at car, then calls police

Peter Pillipow pleaded guilty to careless use or storage of a firearm

Princeton mill workers could hit picket line this week

Workers at Princeton’s Weyerhaeuser Mill could be walking the picket line this…

Princeton CAO Cheryl Martens resigns

Top town administrator has already cleaned out her office and left municipal hall

Proposed law could treat serious offenders lightly

If Bill C-75 passes in its present form, criminals of various kinds will almost certainly be heartened and emboldened by the prospect of lighter penalties.

4 bears trapped in small B.C. town and killed

“It’s not something that we want to do or look to do”

B.C. town residents attempt to lasso wired deer

A distressed deer who has made numerous out-of-focus appearances on Facebook in…

Princeton mill workers in strike position

Workers at Princeton’s second largest employer are in a position to strike,…