Community
Robin Ramiah, a deacon at St. Luke’s Church, Chatsworth Parish, in South Africa spoke at Princeton area churches last weekend about the social-issues projects those churches are supporting where he lives. Ramiah, 54, of  Durban, South Africa,  visited three churches in the God’s Greater Glory ...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
Speed limits could be increasing on Highway 95 in 2018. The highway, which is one of two main highways through Princeton, will be the subject of a Legislative mandated study of speed limits in 2017. The speed limits on the highway will be put under the microscope from its starting point at Highway 2...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
MINNEAPOLIS— Mar. 6, 2015— Brrring it on! The 2015 Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Minnesota (SOMN) is back for the 2015 season. With a new name, a new website, a new look and four new locations, the Polar Plunge is bigger and better than ever!   It takes courage, bravery and a little bit...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
East Central Regional Library is proud to welcome back presenter Arn Kind. Arn Kind has been an educator for over 35 years, both in the classroom teaching grades 4 through 12 and through his presentations to students and adults of all ages. A very important part of Arn’s presentations are the ...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
Princeton Pantry’s annual March food drive has begun, the drive in which the food shelf will receive a partial match from Minnesota FoodShare. “Our numbers are still very high,” Princeton Pantry Director Shirley Hines said in a letter to potential donors, reflecting on the demand by clients. S...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
­­ St. Cloud, Minn. – St. Cloud Hospital has been named a 100 Top Hospital® by Truven Health Analytics,TM  in the “teaching hospitals” category and is one of seven Minnesota hospitals with the top 100 distinction. This is the ninth time that St. Cloud Hospital made the list, most recently ...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
Justin Kapla, who had been in a prison in Mongolia since Jan. 30 under a five-year, 10-month sentence on a tax evasion charge he refuted, was pardoned last week by the president of Mongolia and is back in his native Minnesota to the relief of his mother, Princeton resident Sue Kostanshek. Kapla was ...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
up arrow
up arrow
Don't Miss A Thing!

Our news stories are now available through email. Simply enter your email address below and click “Subscribe” to see the new stories every day.

×