The Princeton girls’ soccer team will play in its first ever state tournament after defeating Hermantown 2-1 in a shootout in the Class 1A, Section 7 final. Princeton found the net quickly with a Taylor Laabs goal in the second minute of the first half. But with 14 minutes left in the game, Hermantown’s Callie [...]

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Top-seed Princeton kept rolling in the Section 7A girls soccer tourney by defeating No. 4 Zimmerman 1-0 at home in the Oct. 14 semifinals. Larkin Walter netted the lone goal of the match, and Eden Betzler finished with 7 saves. The Tigers (17-1) will play in their first-ever section championship 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16 [...]

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Princeton totaled 392 yards on the ground while spoiling North Branch’s Homecoming night with a 42-14 road victory Oct. 10. The Tigers marched 74 yards on the game’s first drive with Wyatt Dahlheimer scoring from six yards out. The Vikings passed their way to knot the score, but Princeton answered right back when Tanner Palmborg [...]

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After being on the Princeton City Council nearly 16 years, of which the last two years have been as mayor, Paul Whitcomb is being challenged by Bob Guptil in Whitcomb’s bid for re-election. Whitcomb is a maintenance worker for the Minnesota Department of Transportation. Guptil owns and operates Central Minnesota Plumbing. The candidates were asked [...]

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Princeton Police officer Nicole Josephes says she doesn’t remember details of when she was injured by a car sliding on an icy part of Highway 169 and into the back portion of her squad vehicle last Dec. 17. The collision caused, in her words, a mild traumatic brain injury that kept her on a medical [...]

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Monsanto has given the Princeton School District a $10,000 grant through the agricultural company’s America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education. Farmers have to nominate their school district to apply for such a grant, and a number of local farmers did. They were Judy Gerth, Dennis Haubenschild and son Bryan, Daniel and Karol Orton, Brian D. Orton [...]

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Mille Lacs County’s list of problem ditches has lengthened. Just as a team from the Minnesota Drainage Viewers Association is to study Mille Lacs County Ditch No. 14 in the Long Siding area to recommend how property owners should be assessed for its maintenance, the county is looking into doing the same for Ditch No. [...]

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