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20 years ago – 1995 Gerad Remus shook the hand of a fellow student after receiving his diploma. Billi Jo Wallace had hers in hand also. Jaycees – about 250 of them – came from all corners of the state Saturday to receive training in an event sponsored by the local Jaycee chapter. O...Read More
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Craig Zylka recently became the new assistant manager at Coborn’s in Princeton. He is originally from Little Falls and was an assistant manager at the Coborn’s in Sauk Rapids. He enjoys grilling, golfing, playing slow pitch softball, and watching baseball and sporting events in general. He is a ...Read More
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The Sherburne County Board of Commissioners has decided to give the David Turch and Associates Washington, D.C., lobbying firm a trial run for six months. Sherburne County Commissioner John Riebel made the motion and Commissioner Bruce Anderson seconded it. Riebel highlighted the hesitance some boar...Read More
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Princeton native William Soule is a member of Bethany Lutheran College’s award-wiining speech team The team competed at the 18th annual National Christian College Forensics Invitational (NCCFI) speech and debate tournament on the campus of Colorado Christian University on March 20-22 in Lakewood, ...Read More
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Alicia Hinkemeyer is a freshman at Princeton High School. Her earliest years were spent in the Becker area before moving to Princeton when she started kindergarten. She enjoys cheerleading, fishing, hunting, music, cooking and baking. Her recipe this week is for fudge, which she and other students m...Read More
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Violeta “Violet” and Damien Toven live in Princeton. Violet is originally from Mexico’s west coast between Mazatlan and Puerta Vallarta. Damien grew up in Stillwater and Forest Lake (earliest years), and then North St. Paul during middle and high school. She moved to Minnesota in 2001 after re...Read More
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20 years ago – 1995 Community Education advisor Ann Pasch and middle school environmental club member Stephanie Pariseau prepared to move another flower half-barrel Saturday morning as part of the annual spring planting of flowers downtown. Paul Koch and Aaron Petersen were honored May 15 at a...Read More
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Princeton High School students are scheduled to perform a full-length play called “Among Friends and Clutter” starting today (Thursday, April 23). It’s a unique situation for PHS in that the director is not an adult, but instead a student – PHS senior Allie Levandoski. The play will be perfo...Read More
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