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The Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a suspect in the armed robbery of the Santiago Country Store on Friday, June 13. According to Sheriff Joel Brott, an adult white male with a handgun walked into the Country Store wearing blue jeans, a long sleeve dark shirt, gloves, and a bandana over his face. [...]

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Over the weekend, someone on a large four-wheeler with a wide stance (50 inches) decided to trespass on my land off County Road 38 near 100th Street in Baldwin Township. The individual drove around my gate and past the “No Trespassing” sign posted there to enter my property. While traveling across my field, the trespasser [...]

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Princeton native Art Skarohlid is known to many as a longtime employee at the Princeton branch of Bremer Bank, but a number of people also know him as a longtime member of the local Fairview hospital board. He was recently honored for the latter. The Minnesota Hospital Association named him the association’s hospital Trustee of [...]

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Fun Run planned around Little Elk Lake Little Elk Lake Improvement Association will host a run and walk fundraiser on Sunday, July 6, at Ridgewood Bay on Little Elk Lake. The tentative route is about 5.6 miles around Little Elk Lake to Ridgewood and back. Funds raised will be used for water quality projects. For [...]

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Three of the four members on the vote-yes committee that promoted the Princeton school facilities referendum that passed May 20 spoke last week about why they participated in the effort. The three were attorney Scott Berry, chiropractor Jim Gibbs, and Faith in Action communications coordinator Kim Young. Gibbs is a former school board member, and [...]

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With the passage of the Princeton School District’s $29.95 million referendum May 20, the district’s first task will be to start the design stage of the facilities improvements that voters approved. The voters in a 1,675 to 1,069 vote, approved the district’s proposal to build a K-2 school, add a two-station gymnasium at the high [...]

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The orange official team shirts were handed out, the students met with coaches for a pre-match huddle, then the games began when the Princeton adapted bowling squad held its first-ever meet on a rainy April 29 inside the Princeton Lanes. The pilot program has nine Tigers in grades 7-12 bowling this season, coached by JoAnn [...]

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