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Two Princeton principals have weighed in on the naming of Princeton schools ­– a recommendation that could remove the words “south” and “north” from Princeton’s elementary schools’ names. South Elementary School Principal Greg Finck and North Elementary School Principal John Beach are...Read More
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Icy roads causes a series of crashes today, including one that sent 36-year-old Kellie Carlson, of Princeton, to the hospitial with non-life threatening injuries. She had been heading south on Highway 169 in a 2010 Hino straight truck, when a truck in front of her slowed down for two separate crashe...Read More
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ST. PAUL, MN—The Minnesota House voted unanimously 130-0 today to pass House File 8, legislation intended to improve Minnesota’s child protection system. The bill, chief authored by Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Ron Kresha, R-Little Falls, stems from recommendations made by Governor Dayton’s ...Read More
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Among Governor Mark Dayton’s $42 billion budget proposal is more than $100 million in funding for pre-kindergarten programs for 4-year olds in our public schools. I agree that it may be important to improve access to quality pre-kindergarten to close our state’s achievement gap.  However, the G...Read More
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Robyn Cook has been the manager of Princeton Health & Fitness for 10 years. Her daughter Hannah Johnson is a junior at Princeton High School. Robyn met her husband Keith Cook at Princeton Health & Fitness. The two share an interest of exercising. She also enjoys running, cooking and reading....Read More
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You are going to hear a lot from legislators on how to fix the Metropolitan Council this session. It has limited power to tax, and it has power to run sewer, water, mass transit highways and parks systems and to help plan and regulate growth in the seven-county metropolitan area. The Met Council has...Read More
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