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The Mille Lacs County Broadband Committee will be hosting a seminar Oct. 22 and 24 for businesses and nonprofits. The workshop will be presented on Oct. 22 from noon to 1 p.m. at the Mille Lacs County Historical Society in Princeton. This seminar will be repeated again on Oct. 24 from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 [...]

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  Plenty of shoppers mixed with the army of new employees when the Mills Fleet Farm store opened its doors Oct. 2 on the east side of Cambridge. “We were so excited for the opening,” store manager Karla Holmes said. “When I was here the preceding months getting the store ready and would wear my [...]

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A Princeton man who “flipped out” after a child refused to go for a walk at 2 a.m. on a school day is behind bars pleading guilty to a felony domestic assault charge. Benjamin Lee Wuollet, 30, of Princeton, was charged with two counts of felony domestic assault and a misdemeanor charge of obstructing the [...]

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Free wireless broadband service has been launched at several locations in Mille Lacs County, including County buildings. People can stay “connected” through the network, provided in part by a grant from the Blandin Foundation, to access the Internet, retrieve e-mail, or surf the Web without being connected to network cables.  Mille Lacs County is one [...]

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  Princeton Civic Betterment Club members are observing a century of bettering the community through countless projects that have supported children, education, the hospital, military troops, the library, the needy, parks and more. The club’s mission statement is “to further the best interest of the community and for the betterment of humanity.” The organization began [...]

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What does it take to help students from low-income families succeed? One hundred thirty-one Minnesota district and charter public schools have just earned an important state award because they have answers. They have earned the Minnesota Department of Education designation of “reward schools.” Brenda Cassellius, Minnesota commissioner of education, released information this week showing that [...]

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