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“What are cows doing on a Wildlife Refuge?” asks an inquisitive Sherburne NWR visitor. In recent weeks, cattle have become highly visible along Sherburne County Road 9 and many refuge visitors are curious why cattle are present. The refuge uses cattle as an important tool to restore and maintain...Read More
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Woodcock-Herbst American Legion Post 216 is underwriting the cost of putting on fireworks at the fairgrounds in Princeton Friday night, July 3, in observance of the July 4 holiday. But the Legion post needs more donations to pay the fireworks contractor. American Legion finance officer Art Skarohlid...Read More
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Princeton Township has a vacancy on its planning commission for a three-year term that expires in March 2018. The vacancy came about when Jeanette Oakes decided not to take another term on the commission. This is an appointed position and interested persons must submit a written letter of interest f...Read More
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Music fans can once again “count in” free music this summer with the return of Princeton’s Tuesdays in the Park community concert series at the historic train depot at 101 10th Ave. S. The music series will feature a different band at 7 p.m. every other Tuesday during June, July and August. Pr...Read More
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Princeton High School senior and scholarship recipient Jon Workman said, “I never thought I’d see the day I’d finish school.” Not only does he graduate June 5 but also he’s registered to attend the Minnesota State College Southeast Technical in Red Wing for a two-year learning program. Wor...Read More
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Callie Magnuson confirmed June 3 that she and husband Mike closed a deal with Arnold “Bud” Reese on June 1 to buy the 4,500-square-foot bar and restaurant at 2752 75th Ave. previously known as Bud’s Place. The establishment’s new name is the Moonshine Bar and Grill, and the new owners have h...Read More
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Mille Lacs County residents will get a chance to give input on a proposal for a social host ordinance in the county. The public hearing is tentatively set for the County Board’s May 19 regular meeting beginning at 9 a.m. in the county’s historic courthouse in Milaca. (The date and time had not b...Read More
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