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Princeton Police officer Nicole Josephes says she doesn’t remember details of when she was injured by a car sliding on an icy part of Highway 169 and into the back portion of her squad vehicle last Dec. 17. The collision caused, in her words, a mild traumatic brain injury that kept her on a medical [...]

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hree sisters – twins Sheila VanHooser and Sheryl Furzland, and their younger sister Shar Williamson – stood out in their pink outfits amidst the orange pumpkins, fall plants and Halloween decorations at Nelson Nursery’s fall festival Saturday, Oct. 11, in Zimmerman. The sisters were at a table selling cupcakes, cookies, banana bread and dog treats [...]

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Black bears have damaged bird feeders, gotten into garages and worked up the anxieties of a few Princeton area residents recently. During the spring some residents in Baldwin Township saw a young black bear ambling along the edge of a field on the Jerry Mueller property. From there the bear visited three neighbors, its first [...]

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Joe and Kristene Gafkjen have five dogs, and the dogs can get a bit excited when visitors come into their rural Princeton home. But being a foster couple for rescue dogs can lead to more than a little excitement. Their dogs include three German shepherds, a Samoyed, and a small Yorkshire-mix dog. The Gafkjens, who [...]

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The Belle Haven townhome complex in Princeton that has been providing “sober housing for families with support services,” has not closed and RS Eden is committed to continuing its management of it, according to RS Eden president Dan Cain. His statement last week seemed to be prompted by an incident at a Princeton grocery store [...]

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This year’s Princeton High School homecoming honorary alumnus Bernie Wesloh said that even though he wore the purple colors of the two schools he spent his teaching and coaching career at, his “blood was always orange,” referring to Princeton’s orange and black colors. He said that on Monday to the PHS chapter of the National [...]

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Expectant parents are invited to have their delivery questions answered at an Evening at the Birthplace at Fairview Northland Medical Center in Princeton. The FREE event is Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m., on the third floor of the hospital, located at 911 Northland Drive in Princeton. Parents will get a tour [...]

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