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One of Pease’s last remaining businesses went up in flames Tuesday, April 14. Part of the facilities of Pease Produce, a wholesale processor of fresh eggs, cheese, and butter, was destroyed by fire. The building is located at 240 Central Ave. in Pease. Witnesses in Pease say they heard an explosio...Read More
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A grinder, a chain saw and a falling power line were causes of wildfires in the greater, Zimmerman, Princeton and Cambridge area this past Sunday, April 12. Dry conditions, along with sustained winds of 20 mph and gusts at higher speed were factors in the fires, according to Regional Fire Manager Ma...Read More
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By Kristin Berg Union-Eagle Writer Sam Heyn fell in love with acting his freshmen year at Princeton High School when teacher, Mary Beth Barder, cast him as one of the gangsters in a production of “Kiss Me, Kate,” a musical adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew.” He a...Read More
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The site where Princeton city residents have been dumping branches, leaves and grass at the Sylva Corp. yard in the industrial park is closed until further notice. Sylva Corp. itself, which makes wood chips, compost and mulch, is not closed and continues to operate, but the yard-waste deposit site t...Read More
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  BioMatrix International, the Princeton-based maker of natural and organic ingredients for livestock and companion animal feeds, will be one of the 23 companies along with some business entrepreneurs in the state that the Progress Minnesota program will be honoring on April 9 at the Hyatt in M...Read More
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The job market is improving in the Princeton area, according to local employers last week along with a jobs analyst with the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. Mille Lacs County’s unemployment rate was 12.9 percent in 2009 at the peak of the Great Recession and record hou...Read More
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