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The Princeton City Council conducted the following business at its April 24 meeting. Written by Joel Stottrup.   VFW poppy proclamation The council passed a resolution urging “all patriotic citizens” of the community to recognize the merits of helping disabled and needy veterans and widows and orphans of deceased veterans by purchasing Buddy Poppies May [...]

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After an increased interest in having electronic signs in the city, the Princeton City Council has proposed to end the city’s moratorium on issuing permits for such signs and has proposed a new ordinance pertaining to them. The City Council slapped on the electronic-signs moratorium Jan. 9 this year to give it time to study [...]

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The following business was conducted by the Baldwin Township Board of Supervisors. The news items were compiled by Audrey Misiura.   Sheriff’s report Officer Wilson from the Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office reported 183 calls for service in March. Of those calls, 64 were traffic stops and 18 were medical calls.  There was a break-in at [...]

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Area public transit agencies Timber Trails and Heartland Express are looking into merging as the two begin a move to have a shared upper administrative position. The idea is to increase efficiency, said Helen Pieper, director of Timber Trails Public Transit. Timber Trails is run by Kanabec County and provides public bus service for Kanabec [...]

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Mille Lacs County ranks 85th in health outcomes and 83rd in health factors among the state’s 87 counties, according to the latest of the five annual health-ranking studies from the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. The institute ranks counties according to a standard formula to measure the health status of their residents and how [...]

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Members of the Princeton City Council wanted to know what residents on the north end of 13th Avenue thought about a proposal to reconstruct their street as part of a Public Utilities Commission project to replace water mains. Specifically, councilors where curious about what improvements residents were interested in and how much of a bill [...]

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