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Poor growing weather this year is apparently the cause of the local J.Q. Fruit Farm and Orchard having an approximately 75 percent drop in saleable blueberries and losing more than 25 of its mature apple trees to a blight. Dan and Carol Whitcomb own the business north of Princeton city limits. Besides raspberries, it has [...]

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“Every person, every soul has a story,” said Dennis Calhoun, pastor of the Neighbors to Nations Church in rural Princeton, as he recently announced plans to rename the church Souls Church this September. Calhoun is pastor with his wife, Dana Calhoun, at the church, located 4 miles east of Princeton on Highway 95. Dennis Calhoun [...]

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Alistair Jacques has joined Fairview Health Services as chief information officer. Jacques is responsible for all aspects of technology operations, including strategic and effective management of electronic health record and business systems. Jacques joins Fairview with more than 30 years of information technology experience both here in the United States and the United Kingdom. Most [...]

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Mae Goodridge seems to revel in youthfulness at 74, noting during the Relay for Life cancer fundraiser in Princeton that she was water skiing again this year. Not bad for someone who has survived esophageal and breast cancers and was diagnosed in January with lung cancer. All three of her cancers were caught in stage [...]

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Lisa Plante, 51, of Sacramento, California, was back in Princeton this past weekend, wearing a colorful boa around her neck as she walked in the Relay for Life cancer fundraiser on the athletic track of Princeton High School, where she graduated in 1981. Plante has been in the trenches as a two-time cancer survivor. She [...]

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