Finding a direction for college plans her junior year at Princeton, Erica Schramel announced her intention to play hockey and attend college at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls during an April 15 ceremony at the high school. With her wicked slapshot from the point, Schramel is coming off a 47...Read More
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A uniformed officer is now present at Sherburne County Board meetings, a change implemented in the wake of a Jan. 26 shooting at New Hope City Hall. In that case, a man opened fire on police officers who were outside the council chambers after a swearing-in ceremony. Two officers were injured; polic...Read More
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Dean Kleinhans says he is glad to be retired so he can spend time outdoors as a volunteer at Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge. The volunteering that the rural Princeton man has been doing since 1997 at the refuge near Princeton has led to Kleinhans being named the refuge’s volunteer of the year....Read More
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Elk River Star News It’s road construction season. To find out the latest on road work being done in Sherburne County, go to www.co.sherburne.mn.us and click on the 2015 Road Construction Viewer. One of the bigger projects this year will be done on County State Aid Highway 15 from 211th Avenue to ...Read More
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COLLEGE SPORTS– • Princeton graduate Jack Lunow is a senior on the University of Wisconsin-Stout baseball squad this spring. In 20 games, he his hitting .295 with six doubles and eight RBI. On defense, Lunow has 40 assists from his third base spot. The Blue Devils are 14-13 overall this seas...Read More
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  The Baldwin Township Board at its April 6 meeting didn’t approve an application for an MS4 general permit mandated by federal regulations under the Clean Water Act and administered by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. Of the Town Board members, Tom Rush, seconded by Randy Atwood, made...Read More
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On May 2 at Fairview Northland Medical Center in Princeton, families and health care leaders will join together in the March of Dimes’ annual March for Babies—the nation’s oldest walk fundraiser honoring babies born healthy and those who need help to survive and thrive. For Amber and Brad Aase...Read More
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