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A busy downtown alley considered to be home to an accident waiting to happen by a rural Princeton resident will soon have improved signage and blind-spot mirrors. Ron Gensler, who works at the Central Minnesota Art Co-op, 108 Sixth Ave. S., says there are three traffic issues in the alley separating...Read More
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Lots of people noticed the tree-clearing activity on the highly visible site at 501 Smith System Road, which sits on the northeast side of the Rum River Drive and Northland Boulevard intersection, across the street from McDonald’s, SuperAmerica and Coborn’s. According to a commercial real estate...Read More
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Children in the Tiger Club, Princeton’s Community Education child-care program, walked over from the summer lunch program at the middle school June 18 to have some fun on the playground at the North Elementary School....Read More
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The Princeton Fire & Rescue Department provided mutuial aid to the Milaca Fire Department at a house fire in Pease on Friday, June 26. The call came in shortly after 3 p.m. on Friday afternoon. Firefighters from both departments were on scene for about an hour....Read More
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One person’s trash is a parrot’s treasure at Elim Oasis in Princeton. With 15 seconds of work, clients of Elim Oasis can make a parrot happy for most of the day. That’s because the clients of the Princeton-based adult day care have become proficient at making toys for parrots housed at Mahtome...Read More
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Stephanie DeAzevedo has moved her former Mon Marche business out of one spot in the downtown and into another downtown spot at 111 Rum River Dr. N and it has changed the business name to The Emporium by Mon Marche. The business offers a range of items for sale from used furniture to candy, and [...]...Read More
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  The Be Envied Boutique opened June 11 at 113 Rum River Drive S., where women will find uncommon clothes and accessories. Owner Tracy Roach and her husband, Chris, moved to Princeton in 2013 from Detroit Lakes, where they had a similar boutique. She knew she wanted another one here, so the two...Read More
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