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Planes plus the appetizing smell of pancakes and kielbasa filled the air at the June 14 Lions Club Fly-In Brunch, where as Jon George demonstrates, the Lions served 1,045 guests. Visitors saw interesting displays and demonstrations of aircraft and 75 shiny automobiles in the car show. The Princeton ...Read More
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Eighteen individuals were honored during the Rum River Festival’s Distinguished Service Awards banquet the evening of June 10 at the Princeton Civic Center. For many years this banquet was in the meeting room of the Princeton VFW Club. It was moved this year to take advantage of the newly renovate...Read More
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A group of students ages 14-18 completed the construction of an airplane and did some work on a small helicopter in rural Princeton during two sessions of a national nonprofit program called Build a Plane between last October and the end of April this year. Six students enrolled in the first session...Read More
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At precisely the time of year that the puppy and kitten populations explode, Princeton-based Ruff Start Rescue is implementing three grants it has been awarded this spring. Ruff Start staff member Jenna Trisko said the organization accepted the big, promotional version of a $25,000 check from State ...Read More
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Mike and Callie Magnuson, of Minnetonka, have a long list of things they plan to do inside and outside the bar and restaurant they bought June 1 from Arnold “Bud” Reese at 2752 75th Ave. in Princeton Township. The tavern, formerly known as Bud’s Place, has officially become the Moonshine Bar a...Read More
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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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