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Q:  How fast can I drive before getting stopped? Is there a tolerance? A: The short answer is no. The reality is that there is no set allowance for speed by officers except the speed limit or to the conditions.  I have been asked that question more than most other questions.  Simply, State Patrol...Read More
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Princeton seventh-grader Adam Kern will be making history when he competes in the upcoming National History Bee this month. He will be the first from Princeton to do this, according to Princeton Middle School where, Adam, 13 attends school. To advance to the national event, he had to first emerge as...Read More
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The best present a mother could receive on Mother’s Day was given to Brittney Janes and her husband Josha Janes, of Cambridge, on Mother’s Day this year. The present came in the form of baby Gavin that Brittney Janes delivered that day, May 10, at Fairview Northland Medical Center in Princeton. ...Read More
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Julie Hume, Princeton, is one of 50 day care providers nationwide receiving the 2015 Terri Lynne Lokoff/Children’s Tylenol National Child Care Teacher Awards. Hume, who has owned and operated her Kind Hearts Day Care Service for 13 years, received a $1,000 prize as part of the award. She is allowe...Read More
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The mail carriers for the Princeton post office participated in the annual food collection for the local food shelf on Saturday, May 9th. They collected 2,280 pounds of food. Sharon Kleingartner, Lions Arnold Alferness and Pete Kleingartner hauled all of the food from the post office to the local fo...Read More
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Glenn Holland, 85, of Princeton, still carries shrapnel in his body from the night in 1952 when a hand grenade was thrown into his bunker on the front lines of the Korean War. The Korean War Memorial refers to the war in three different ways – as a “police action,” as the “Korean Conflict”...Read More
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To kick off a safe boating season in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Gov. Mark Dayton and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources have joined the National Safe Boating Council in recognizing Saturday, May 16 through Friday, May 22, as the state’s official “Safe Boating Week.” In a proclamation...Read More
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Members of the VFW Post 806 and American Legion Post 216 and their auxiliary organizations will pay tribute to fellow veterans who have died with a Memorial Day program 10 a.m. May 25 at the Performing Arts Center of Princeton High School, 807 Eighth Ave. The program continues at Oak Knoll Cemetery,...Read More
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