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  A Princeton police officer suffered minor injuries Thursday night, Jan. 15, 2015 in a minor vehicle crash on south Rum River Drive. The officer had been called to a medical situation on Fairway Drive in Princeton and was responding with lights and sirens. The squad car lost traction in the 40...Read More
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The first Christmas Tree Decorating Contest sponsored by Friends of the Library was considered a success and will be held again in 2015.  There were eight entries.  Winners were: 1st place with a $25 prize – Betty Barrett with an entry based on Vacationland; 2nd place with a $15 prize –...Read More
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It will probably never be known how many suspects Princeton police dog Skar has persuaded to give themselves up for apprehension, but Princeton Police Chief Todd Frederick says there are a number of them. Skar has been on duty with the department since June 2013 and is trained for patrol, narcotics ...Read More
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It’s tax season.  Tax forms usually start to arrive at the libraries in January.  Minnesota Income and Property tax booklets and forms have begun to arrive. East Central Regional Library has received notice that, due to budget cuts in the 2015 Omnibus Appropriations bill recently passed by Congr...Read More
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On Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014, enthusiastic volunteer bird counters gathered at Sherburne NWR for its annual 2014 Audubon/MOU Christmas Bird Count (CBC). In the morning, 36 volunteers met at refuge headquarters to receive their assignments and then dispersed into teams to survey birds within a fifteen ...Read More
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ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is updating its popular, statewide, Minnesota Grown Directory filled with direct to consumer farms and farmers markets. Membership and Directory listing are open to Minnesota producers who grow or raise products. The 2014 edition promoted 9...Read More
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The project to build an amphitheater in Princeton’s Riverside Park has received a $10,000 boost from Coborn’s. Ron Engh, manager of the Coborn’s grocery store in Princeton, presented a $10,000 check from Coborn’s on Monday, Jan. 5, to three members of the Princeton Area Visionary Committee ...Read More
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