The board approved a fourth payment to the attorney firm, Ruvelson & Kautzer, Ltd., regarding an ethics complaint that had been made against former Mille Lacs County Attorney Jan Jude. The payment was for $1,669, bringing the total paid to the firm in the case so far to $4,691....Read More
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The board conducted a public hearing on an application by Josh Zens for a recreational kennel license to keep eight hunting dogs at his commercial location, Prince Bait, north of Milaca. The county’s dog ordinance requires a kennel license to keep more than three dogs over six months of age. There...Read More
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The mail carriers for the Princeton post office participated in the annual food collection for the local food shelf on Saturday, May 9th. They collected 2,280 pounds of food. Sharon Kleingartner, Lions Arnold Alferness and Pete Kleingartner hauled all of the food from the post office to the local fo...Read More
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Recently I’ve heard and read some of the most powerful student essays I’ve encountered over more than 45 years of work with young people. Students presented them at a statewide conference attracting almost 300 students sponsored by the Minnesota Association of Alternative Programs. Quietly, with...Read More
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By Jon Tatting                                                                   [email protected] The family finally had their day in court Tuesday afternoon to talk about the man, Gary Christofferson, who will never see his wi...Read More
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Princeton’s representative in the Minnesota Senate is calling it quits after the 2016 Legislative session. Dave Brown, R-Becker, has announced that his sixth session representing District 15 in the Minnesota Senate will be his last. Brown’s last Legislative session will begin on March 8, 2016. B...Read More
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Glenn Holland, 85, of Princeton, still carries shrapnel in his body from the night in 1952 when a hand grenade was thrown into his bunker on the front lines of the Korean War. The Korean War Memorial refers to the war in three different ways – as a “police action,” as the “Korean Conflict”...Read More
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