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Now that the hustle and bustle of the commercialism of Christmas is behind us, I am left with my favorite pastime!!!  I love to knit, each year I enter as many items as I can get done in the county fair.  I was told that open class entries are way down the last few years [...]...Read More
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A big thank you’s goes out to the residents of Princeton for making the Gifts for Kids a success. To the Sherburne Bank for their generous donation, to all the business’s for allowing the drop boxes for the gifts. To all the generous people that dropped off money. To Al and Lila Roehl for chairi...Read More
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As a former Princeton resident, it was with great delight that I read about Jim Oliver being designated  Volunteer of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce.  I cannot think of anyone more deserving of that honor.  Jim was a wonderful mailman for us for many years and I can think of few people who [...Read More
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During this past year, I’ve written columns that featured special people who bettered other people’s lives. So here are my nominees of the special people I wrote about. I enjoyed telling the story of ‘Hero’ the golden Labrador, one of two in the country that comforts elementary school childr...Read More
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Our District is good.  We have incredibly talented teachers, administrators, and support staff.  They do great work.  And why not be the BEST?  We are T-H-I-S close. Do you know how hard it is to disrupt the status quo?  When organizations go from good to great, that is what has to happen.  An...Read More
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  Too many Christians ask secondary questions. “Do you believe in the Resurrection?” “Do you believe in the virgin birth?” “Do you believe in heaven and hell?” The list is long. “The devil?” Surprisingly, a yes or no often satisfies such people, as though meaningful information ...Read More
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  Seven Minnesota education stories strike me as especially encouraging in looking back on 2014. This isn’t to suggest everything is perfect. But we should give students, families, school faculty, Gov. Mark Dayton and state legislators credit for some important steps. First, in a terrific Sen...Read More
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