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The city of Princeton is accepting sealed-bid proposals until March 12 to provide professional services to design and construct a 1-mile asphalt bike trail that would run south from the city’s drinking water treatment plant at 1001 Rum River Drive. The south end of the trail would be at 313th Aven...Read More
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A 61-year-old Princeton man died as a result of injuries sustained in a structure fire the afternoon of Wednesday, Feb. 11. Stanley Orton, 5167 160th Ave., Princeton, died of complications of thermal injury, according to a report from the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s office. His death was an...Read More
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Among Governor Mark Dayton’s $42 billion budget proposal is more than $100 million in funding for pre-kindergarten programs for 4-year olds in our public schools. I agree that it may be important to improve access to quality pre-kindergarten to close our state’s achievement gap.  However, the G...Read More
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The state’s transportation infrastructure is aging. With roads and bridges 60 to 70 years old and deteriorating, and congestion worsening, U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan understands transportation issues are a concern. Nolan, who represents the 8th Congressional District, encompassing Isanti, Chisago and Mi...Read More
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Princeton City Council members inaugurated the newly renovated city civic center Feb. 5 with its February study session. Among the council’s business was establishing the new rental rates for the center, which had been closed during the multiyear renovation. The standard rental fee for Monday thro...Read More
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If the walls of the ornately oak-trimmed rotunda in the historic Mille Lacs County courthouse could talk, they might be whispering about the proposed new layout of offices there. The county commissioners have talked about reorganizing for nearly a year now. The conversation continued the morning of ...Read More
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