Opinion

“Keep their minds and bodies engaged in wonder during the summer months when they are not attending school.” That’s what Julie Olson, director of elementary education for the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan Public Schools recommended last week. She was one of 39 education leaders who responded to my request for suggestions about what parents could do to [...]

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“R-E-S-P-E-C-T” is not just a song sung by Aretha Franklin. This a very important attribute that is missing in a few or many of the young or adult children in our community. Personally, I feel that it has its beginning at home, goes into school, respecting each other’s feelings and property. There is also a [...]

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Tanner James Pap of Lino Lakes was hoping to counsel others on the dangers of drug abuse. Instead, he died from a heroin overdose as a student at the University of Minnesota in 2012. He was 21. Nick Moore of Fridley, a 25-year-old bioengineering student at the University of Minnesota, died of a heroin overdose [...]

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  Where do we start. What a wonderful turnout for the Memorial Day Services here in Princeton. So many put their feet forward to help make all the festivities possible. First, let us remember our veterans for what they have given us. Freedom isn’t free. Thank you to all our military. As you sit there [...]

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We are two friends who moved to Princeton about 10 years ago when we bought a farm. We thought that country living was what we both needed. We wanted to raise goats and other small animals, which we have for some time, but the powers that be have not been very cooperative. The weather has [...]

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