Arts & Entertainment

Princeton will kick off the holiday season with its annual Mini-Dazzle Parade at 6 P.m. on Saturday, Nov. 29. The Parade route will extend along First Street at the Mille Lacs Historical Society’s Depot Museum to downtown and Rum River Drive. Floats will be judged this year, with the top four being presented cash prizes. […]

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  When the clock struck 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 13 in the backroom of the Princeton VFW meeting room, a contingent of local American Legion Auxiliary members sprang into action filling 32 boxes of mostly cookies and some candies to send to troops. Fifteen boxes are bound for United States destinations, while the rest are […]

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Wendy Paulson is the assistant food coordinator at Princeton Senior Dining Center, in the Crystal Court Apartments building in Princeton. Paulson grew up in North Minneapolis and moved from the city of Crystal to Princeton in 2003. Among the jobs she has had are bookkeeper for auto sales lots and animal rescue. She likes volunteering […]

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Sam Van Cleave is a meat cutter at Coborn’s in Princeton. He is a native of Roseau near the northern Minnesota border and his wife, Erica, is a native of Rainy River, Canada. They have three children: Zennah, 12, Zayden, 10, and Zandar, 3. He enjoys camping with his family and also enjoys hunting and […]

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“The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe and other spooky written works will be told in the community room of Princeton Area Library from 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30. A half dozen local residents well-known in Princeton theater circles – Linda Evans, Mike Floerchinger, Bob Pringle, Charlie Warner, Randy Hatch, and Linda Anderson – will deliver […]

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This week’s recipe guest, Ann Saterbak, of Princeton, is 100 percent Norwegian, as is her husband Dave, which means their offspring – Michael, Eric and Matthew – are also all Norwegian. Ann’s recipe is a Norwegian wedding cake called kransekake. It is shaped like a Christmas tree made of 18 rings stacked upon each other […]

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