The Princeton High School Knowledge Bowl season ended Monday, March 16, when the team competed in the subregional meet in Sartell and did not advance. PHS Knowledge Bowl co-coach Alex Murkve said that the 15 PHS students who participated in Knowledge bowl “had a decent season,” showing growth. T...Read More
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The Princeton City Council has tabled action on a request from Princeton Scholarship Foundation for a donation from the Princeton Wine & Spirits Fund of $50 to $100 to be used toward the new Karen Swenson Tomsky Memorial Scholarship. The consensus was to get more information before acting. Counc...Read More
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Residents of Baldwin Township have approved a nearly $1 million levy, which includes an extensive road maintenance program. A $481,000 road and bridge budget was passed. Residents recommended the township board develop a road maintenance policy covering local, collector and commercial roads. In addi...Read More
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Princeton Police have identified five suspects in the graffiti type of criminal damage to property that occurred between the evening of March 12 and the morning of March 13 in the downtown  area of Princeton. The suspects are males ranging in age 17-19 from the Zimmerman area, according to Princeto...Read More
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On Tuesday, March 17, 2015, the Princeton Tigers girls basketball team played in its first-ever state championship game. The community came out to support the girls as they passed through town on a coach bus on its way to Target Center....Read More
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