Arts & Entertainment
Bailey Wirebaugh grew up in Princeton and graduated from Princeton High School last year. She works at the service and photo counter at Coborn’s in Princeton. She enjoys fishing, tennis, playing with her Golden Lab puppy, going to movies, reading, baking, and her job. WOLF LAKE COFFEE CAKE 1 box y...Read More
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20 years ago – 1995 The flag at the local American Legion, and other flags in the downtown area, were lowered to half-mast last week in response to a request by President Clinton after the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City, Okla. Tuesday a White House official said the death tol...Read More
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WQPM Princeton “The Big Q” will be hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt in Mark Park on Saturday, April 4th starting at 9:00AM sharp. There is no cost associated with the event; bring your children ages 8 and under out for a day of family fun! There will be three different “egg hunting” levels...Read More
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20 years ago – 1995 Nearly 50 workers from area softball teams showed up last Saturday to work on the three new fields being constructed at Mark Park. Workers have been doing exterior repair at First Congregational Church, the oldest church building in Princeton. The Princeton Area Chamber of ...Read More
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135 years ago – 1880 Talk about big pine trees, there was  one hauled at Clough Bros, camp, on the West Branch, last week, which discounts anything we have yet heard of; by actual measurement it scaled 5.276 ft. C.A. Miles was the gentleman who did the scaling. Harry Newton came down from Gos...Read More
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The children’s show, Old MacDonald Had a Banjo, imagines a farm full of songs bursting out entertaining, educating, and involving the audience in singing, movement, and silliness. Folk musician Paul Imholte plays the part of Old MacDonald as he sings original and classic children’s songs. During...Read More
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