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A 53-year-old Princeton man was killed in a motorcycle crash Sunday, March 15 in Blue Hill Township. At 6:35 p.m. on Sunday evening, Sherburne County deputies were dispatched to a motorcycle accident in the 18100 block of 17th Street SE in Blue Hill Township. Deputies found the driver and sole occup...Read More
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Zimmerman Cub Scout Pack 91 boys and leaders begin a hike down the Blue Hill Trail at Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge in temperatures in the 40s last Sunday afternoon....Read More
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By Aaron Bolton Murphy News Service A bill winding its way through the Minnesota House of Representatives might help Princeton and Milaca long-term care facilities better compete with surrounding metro counties. The proposed bill (House File 173), discussed in committee Wednesday, March 4, would cha...Read More
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Cadets and juniors  in local Girl Scout Troop 261 work the traffic near Rum River Drive and Sixth Street South last Saturday selling Girl  Scout cookies. From back to front are MacKenzie Kantor, Abby Kantor, Ashton Wredberg and Shealynn Wredberg. The adults in back are Kim Herrick and Katie Kantor...Read More
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Princeton’s depot museum has undergone more changes since last fall to make it more organized. David Padilla led the reorganization project since last November, with his wife, Hiromi, volunteering at the museum. The Princeton High School chapter of the National Honor Society assisted in late winte...Read More
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A sign that construction is nearly complete on Fairview Northland Medical Center’s expansion: the gift shop has moved into its new home near the lobby. The gift shop re-opened in late February. The space has a more open feel with new lighting and windows as well as expanded offerings. Gift shop ha...Read More
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Property owners along Princeton’s West Branch Street are to be assessed about $174,700 less than originally planned to help pay for a proposed $1.25 million water, sewer and street improvement project there this coming summer. The change is due to action during a joint meeting of  the Princeton P...Read More
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