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Mark Herzing returned to work Monday, Jan. 26, to his old job as a Mille Lacs C o u n t y a s s i s t a n t a t t o r n e y that he had been on an unpaid leave of absence from since July 15, 2014. Herzing [...]...Read More
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Princeton lost one of its historians last year when Princeton native Grace Terry died on Oct. 24 at age 85 in Texas. Terry was born Feb. 29, 1929, and grew up in Princeton, one of three children of Julius and Mildred Kornmann. Terry in later life wrote three historical books – “Once Upon a River...Read More
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February signifies that National Children’s Dental Health Month is upon us. It is a time of the year to focus on providing oral health education to all children regardless of their economic status. In 2003, the American Dental Association launched the Give Kids a Smile program where dentists join ...Read More
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The Baldwin Fire Department was awarded a 2014 Agstar emergency response equipment grant. The mission of the Emergency Response Equipment Grant Program is to support rural areas in AgStar’s service area by funding emergency response equipment for volunteer fire, rescue or ambulance departments. Th...Read More
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20 years ago -1995 Robert Miskowic, Lois Nord and Anita Ruble are among those who will assist people with tax forms. The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), with the help of a federal grant, is again offering a free income tax preparation service in Princeton called Tax-Aide. Princeton H...Read More
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Is your New Year’s resolution to “start giving back?” “Be Someone Who Matters to Someone Who Matters” is the theme of National Mentoring Month.  Foster Grandparents mentor children across the nation helping children academically and socially.  The children are not the only ones who benef...Read More
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  It still “starts here” in the city of Princeton. The Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce, with backing from the city of Princeton and the Initiative Foundation, is bringing back the “It Starts Here” downtown revitalization program that will offer $20,000 incentive programs to two entit...Read More
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