Arts & Entertainment
Connie Wangen is general manager of Princeton Public Utilities Commission (PUC). Wangen grew up in rural Princeton and has worked at the Princeton PUC 29 years, of which the last two have been as general manager. She has three children – Brian, Kayla, and Aaron. Her husband Don Wangen is a native ...Read More
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Courtney Karels spent the earliest years of life in the Howard Lake-Waverly-Delano area and at 14 moved to Milaca. Her boyfriend Terry is originally from Plymouth and is self employed as a car detailer. Karels and her mother Robin Sothman own and operate Dream Makers Appaloosas, which raises Foundat...Read More
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Julie Hill works in the dairy department at Coborn’s in Princeton. She and her husband Jeff are natives of south Minneapolis and have been living in rural Dalbo for 15 years. He is a warehouse foreman in Minneapolis. The couple has three grown children: Jason, Jenny and Jada. She enjoys reading, m...Read More
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  The 6th grade band, directed above by middle school band director Carol Fillafer, included a skit when the band played a number called “Aunt Rhodie’s Diet” during the Nov. 18 concert in the high school performing arts center. Angela Anderson, Melissa Borich, Andrew Fenske and Kari Vogel...Read More
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Mary Paulus spent her earliest years of life in rural Princeton, attending her first seven grades at the District 36 country school, and then grades eight through 10 in the city of Princeton. She moved to the Lubbock and Waco, Texas, areas, where she attended her 11th grade of school. From there she...Read More
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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 bein...Read More
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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 destination...Read More
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