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67 year old Thomas Tomusiak went missing in Princeton

67 year old male missing in Princeton, B.C.

67 year old Thomas Tomusiak was last seen leaving from the Centennial Pool in Princeton, B.C., yesterday afternoon.

67 year old Thomas Tomusiak went missing in Princeton
Partners Ed Vermette and Brent McClelland proudly introduce the smoking gun pepper co.

Smokin’ hot product hits market

On Friday, May 16 of this May long-weekend a new product produced locally hits the market and is available for purchase at Doug's Homestead.

Partners Ed Vermette and Brent McClelland proudly introduce the smoking gun pepper co.
Mike Ranta and Spitzii head out on the Similkameen River Monday morning

Inspirational paddle for Guinness Record

A canoe journey Mike Ranta hopes will inspire youth, raise funds for Atikokan Youth Initiatives and set a Guinness World Record.

Mike Ranta and Spitzii head out on the Similkameen River Monday morning
Three homes were destroyed by fire in Princeton Thursday night. The fire began at approximately 10 p.m. An investigation is underway to determine the cause.

Three homes destroyed by fire in Princeton

Three homes are destroyed by fire but all occupants escaped injury.

Three homes were destroyed by fire in Princeton Thursday night. The fire began at approximately 10 p.m. An investigation is underway to determine the cause.
Highway 3 remained closed due to fatal accident until approximately 11 a.m. Thursday morning.

Highway 3 re-opens after a 20 hour closure

A fatal crash closed Hwy. 3 just outside of Princeton on Wednesday. After 20 hours, the highway has re-opened.

Highway 3 remained closed due to fatal accident until approximately 11 a.m. Thursday morning.
Highway 3 East just outside of Princeton is closed due to a traffic accident.

Fatality closes Highway 3 east temporarily

A collision investigation is underway currently as a result of a fatality on Highway 3 East just off the bridge entrance to Princeton.

Highway 3 East just outside of Princeton is closed due to a traffic accident.
South Kamloops Titans worked hard and played hard

South Kamloops Titans win Junior Girls Okanagan Valley Championships

In a two day battle for the top spot, the Titans take their win 55 - 43 in the finals, against the Vernon Panthers.

South Kamloops Titans worked hard and played hard