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The city of Princeton and Sylva Corporation were still working this week on trying to find a solution for the city’s residents to find a place to dispose of organic items from their yard and garden. Sylva, which has a plant in Princeton’s main industrial park that makes wood chips, compost and m...Read More
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Princeton High School students are scheduled to perform a full-length play called “Among Friends and Clutter” starting today (Thursday, April 23). It’s a unique situation for PHS in that the director is not an adult, but instead a student – PHS senior Allie Levandoski. The play will be perfo...Read More
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The 8-foot tall, rustic cedar log chair that has been perched atop the hill at Princeton’s Riverside Park since March 6 has attracted some of the wrong kind of attention. Meant to be a city attraction, the chair was found last week to have been vandalized. Letters were etched into it with a sharp ...Read More
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“The Last Supper” is being re-created live at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Princeton on Wednesday evenings during Lent.  Each week two disciples speak of their faith journey and then take their places at the table as depicted in Leonardo DaVinci’s famous painting.  Service dates are Wednesdays ...Read More
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Music programs from the Princeton School District played on a prestigious stage in February. Middle School band directors Carol Fillafer and Jane Miller and High School band director Jim Baxter presented at the Minnesota Music Educator Association’s state conference on Feb. 12 at the Minneapolis C...Read More
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Two Princeton principals have weighed in on the naming of Princeton schools ­– a recommendation that could remove the words “south” and “north” from Princeton’s elementary schools’ names. South Elementary School Principal Greg Finck and North Elementary School Principal John Beach are...Read More
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