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The highlight of Princeton’s Rum River Festival is the festival parade, held Thursday, June 11 on the streets of Princeton. There were about 100 units that paraded down the streets with big smiles for over two hours. Above, Princeton resident June Kunkel rides on the American Legion-VFW float wher...Read More
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Princeton resident Pat Brogan collected $100 after he found the Rum River Festival medallion around 7:45 p.m. June 9 in its hiding place on top of the clock-tower electrical box at Rum River Drive and First Street. Brogan said he hadn’t joined the medallion hunt in a few years but has searched man...Read More
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The path that life takes us down is sometimes funny. Take Robin Suhsen, for example. In college, Suhsen went to a themed party where the premise was to dress as the last thing you’d want to be in 10 years. Suhsen put her hair in a bun, a pencil behind her ear, and dressed in [...]...Read More
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The city of Princeton installed yellow crosswalk markers last Friday morning at four busy crossing areas in the city’s business district to remind drivers and pedestrians about crosswalk safety. The yellow signs have a silhouette of a pedestrian and remind drivers of the state law requiring driver...Read More
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here is the list of winners from the Rum River Fesival Pade on Thursday, June 11:   best themed float: Elim Oasis Oustanding business entry: Shopko Hometown favorite youth float: Princeton Tigers Archery best animal entry: Ruff Start Rescue best royalty entry: Foley royalty favorite tractor un...Read More
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As the sun heats up the pavement and people this summer, Princeton’s splash park works to cool them down with sprinklers, fountains, dump buckets and about a dozen other water-shooting features. Splash park manager LeeAnn Hartigan said the park’s features please all ages. While the majority of u...Read More
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The Rum River Festival Parade will go on as scheduled tonight, Thursday, June 11. Princeton Chamber Director Karen Michels has been watching the weather reports and is confident that Mother Nature wants to see a parade tonight. The light rain Princeton was experiencing Thursday morning was forecast ...Read More
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