Opinion

We are two friends who moved to Princeton about 10 years ago when we bought a farm. We thought that country living was what we both needed. We wanted to raise goats and other small animals, which we have for some time, but the powers that be have not been very cooperative. The weather has [...]

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A few days ago we told you about a bill regarding public access to critical data that was waiting for the governor’s signature. Senate File 1770 had already received unanimous support in the House and the Senate. Known as the Timberjay bill, it would require that all government contracts with private business be subject to [...]

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  A BIG thank you to you for voting to proceed with our construction projects! I knew that we had a supportive community, and now I know how supportive and generous our community is as well. Please know that we will be good stewards of the dollars that you have invested in our district facilities. [...]

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Fortunately legislators mostly listened to community leaders and students like Sam Petrov, Cherish Kovach, Kelly Charpentier-Berg and Aaliyah Hodge as they considered Minnesota’s pioneering Postsecondary Enrollment Options law. After months of debate, and on a bipartisan basis, legislators agreed with students and many community and business groups that families and students need more, and more [...]

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Once you read this story, you’ll never shake a little baby violently. Tami Revering, of Coon Rapids, is paying the price for shaking the 4-month-old son of her best friend in an uncontrollable moment three years ago, she told ABC Newspapers staff writer Olivia Koester. What’s more, Revering is willing to share her story of [...]

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