Marty Meyer-Gad, 66, of rural Princeton, has published her memoir, “Seventy-Four Cents,” which highlights her background and convictions that led her to be ordained a Catholic priest on April 10, 2010, in Chicago. Meyer-Gad said that when people find out she is a priest, they ask her where her church is and she answers, “I [...]
Local Boy Scout Riley Broding’s Eagle Scout project could be the basis for music if it is successful. Broding, with the rank of Life Scout in Boy Scout Troop 16, is working on his civic project as part of his route to earning the Boy Scouts’ Eagle rank. The project is to organize and manage [...]
Annika Peterson is a junior at Princeton High School, doing her studies at St. Cloud State University through the postsecondary education option. Peterson enjoys her work on the PHS speech team and likes swimming, giving swimming lessons, reading, snowmobiling, cooking and baking. She also enjoys being a counselor at the Many Point Scout Camp in [...]
Bring some perishable food items or cash to Bethel Church on Sunday, March 23, to donate for a local food drive and enjoy the four-part harmony of a men’s double quartet, Redeemed. The concert begins at 3 p.m., and donations for admission will support Princeton Pantry during its annual March into April drive for donations. [...]
Melissa Norman is a cashier at the Little Duke’s convenience store in Princeton and her husband Erick owns and operates Erick Norman Painting. She is originally from Brooklyn Park and he is a native of northeast Minneapolis. The couple has three children – Justin, 28, Alyssa, 23, and Erick Jr., 11. Erick and Melissa enjoy [...]
ECM Marketing Manager Krista Jech has added a new role as manager of ECM Specialty Publications, which has a special focus on continuing partnerships with area chambers of commerce to produce membership directories, resource guides and community maps as it has done for the past fifteen years.