The Sherburne County Attorney’s Office and Victim Services provides help to victims of crime. The folks that we work with are not defined by gender, color of their skin nor the amount of their pay check. You see, crime is indiscriminate. It can affect you and your family regardless of where you li...Read More
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Suburban and urban educators agreed at a Minnesota Senate hearing on April 7: A new, historic Minnesota bill offers greater respect for teachers and new opportunities for students and families. The bill offers “startup” grants to district teachers to create “teacher-led schools.” Officials a...Read More
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Mille Lacs County is considering a social host ordinance, which would hold hosts criminally liable if they have a party in which people under 21 possess or consume alcohol, regardless of who supplies the alcohol. Under the proposal, the host would not have to be present at the event to be held liabl...Read More
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A young mother of two, killed while on a bike ride with her kids. A teenager who was starting the first day of her senior year in high school, crashes and dies while sending a text. These are examples of how distracted driving has changed Minnesota lives in recent years. Starting April 13, Princeton...Read More
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  The bids on the new Princeton Primary School are in, and it appears that the replacement for South Elementary will come in about $300,000 under budget. The Princeton Board of Education on April 7 approved $16.14 million in construction bids on the new facility. “We couldn’t be more please...Read More
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Princeton High School juniors Diego Nevares, Michael Murphy, Robin Walker and Austin Sueverkruepp competed in the Economics Challenge state meet at the Federal Reserve Bank in Minneapolis on April 7. The four advanced to state by defeating Cambridge-Isanti High School in the large school division du...Read More
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