Disappointed with school financial problems I was extremely disappointed to learn that our school district had the financial problems that the public is now being told about. I was very surprised to learn that it is now apparently too late to voice an opinion as to how the deficit could be addressed...Read More
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The board approved the city of Princeton’s request to close sections of the county-owned CSAH 29 (Rum River Drive) and CSAH 31 (First Street) during various events. They are the Rum River Festival parade June 11, the Rum River Street Fair June 13, the Princeton block party July 31, and the Princet...Read More
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The organizer of a planned 10-mile run this fall will be able to rent the Princeton civic center at a reduced fee. Kris Lofgren, Princeton, asked the City Council on April 23 if the city would waive the entire rental fee, since the net proceeds of the Oct. 17 run are to go to the [...]...Read More
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Faith Goenner, recent winner of the second $10,000 prize in the “It Starts Here” incentive program to fill downtown Princeton vacancies, plans to open a new business called Mama Gracie’s Pregnancy Shop & Spa in the downtown Sept. 1. She said it will have the latest pregnancy products and s...Read More
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The state of Minnesota has a $1.9 billion budget surplus, but the current education funding proposals at the Capitol fall short of what’s needed in the Princeton and other schools across Greater Minnesota. It is not too late for our local legislators to right the budget, and make the right decisio...Read More
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Three Princeton Middle School eighth-graders say they were enriched by their experiences at the National Youth Leaders State Conference they attended April 16-19. The three are Jacob Nord, who attended the conference that was in Washington, D.C., and Samuel Berry and Sheila Crow, who attended the co...Read More
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The city of Princeton will be paying the $4,000 performance bond in the project to construct  an approximately 1-mile, non-motorized bituminous trail along former railroad right of way. The City Council approved this last Thursday at the recommendation of City Administrator Mark Karnowski. He expla...Read More
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