Princeton schools use a number of techniques to combat bullying and have become experts on how to curb that unwanted behavior. John Beach, principal of North Elementary where third-, fourth- and fifth-graders go, said both of the district’s elementary schools and the middle school began programmin...Read More
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The issue of bullying should be simple: Don’t do it — and if you see it, report it. A 180-pound eighth grade boy shouldn’t beat up a 99-pound sixth grader and steal his lunch money. It’s wrong. Don’t do it. However, that seemingly universal premise of right and wrong has morphed into an em...Read More
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The Baldwin Township board talked at length during its May 19 meeting about its disappointment in communication with the city of Princeton regarding a paved trail along Rum River Drive South that is supposed to connect with township road 313th Avenue. The supervisors agreed they are excited about th...Read More
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    Princeton, seeded No. 10 for the Section 7AAA baseball tournament, shut out No. 7 Duluth East 8-0 when the rain out from May 25 was played on May 26. The Tigers next travel to top-seed St. Francis for a 7 p.m. quarterfinal game on Thursday, May 28. The winner of that game will [...]...Read More
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Q:  How fast can I drive before getting stopped? Is there a tolerance? A: The short answer is no. The reality is that there is no set allowance for speed by officers except the speed limit or to the conditions.  I have been asked that question more than most other questions.  Simply, State Patrol...Read More
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20 years ago – 1995 Gerad Remus shook the hand of a fellow student after receiving his diploma. Billi Jo Wallace had hers in hand also. Jaycees – about 250 of them – came from all corners of the state Saturday to receive training in an event sponsored by the local Jaycee chapter. O...Read More
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Princeton was seeded in the No. 10 slot for this week’s Section 7AAA Baseball tournament. The Tigers (7-12) will open at No. 7 Duluth East for a 4:30 p.m. single-elimination game on Monday, May 25. The teams did not face each during the regular season this spring. More May 25 opening-round game...Read More
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Craig Zylka recently became the new assistant manager at Coborn’s in Princeton. He is originally from Little Falls and was an assistant manager at the Coborn’s in Sauk Rapids. He enjoys grilling, golfing, playing slow pitch softball, and watching baseball and sporting events in general. He is a ...Read More
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