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Mildred Viola (Hedlund) Lundquist was born October 1, 1921 in Maywood Township, County of Benton, State of Minnesota. She was the oldest of four children born to Olof (Ole) and Ida (Forschen) Hedlund. After Ida died from childbirth complications when Mildred was four years old, Ole was unable to care for the children and adopted [...]

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  The city of Princeton has a number of upcoming vacancies for various boards and commissions. Deadline for applying is 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6. There are two three-year positions available on the Planning Commission, three three-year terms available on the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, two three-year positions on the Airport Advisory Board, one [...]

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I’ve been thinking about the Affordable Care Act or as it’s more commonly known, “Obama Care”. You could call it “Romney Care”, as it’s not that much different from the law Mitt Romney signed in Massachusetts with a beaming Teddy Kennedy, (now deceased), by his side. Here’s the thing; if Obama care fails as the [...]

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A 20-year-old Foley man is in Mille Lacs County Jail for allegedly beating an elderly Princeton couple. Cody R. Christle is charged in Mille Lacs County Court with third-degree assault, causing bodily harm, and two felony counts of domestic assault. On Oct. 26 Christle went to a home on 55th Street in rural Princeton where [...]

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Princeton Middle School recently brought out someone with law enforcement clout to speak to students on the seriousness of bullying – Assistant Sherburne County Attorney Victoria J. Powell. Powell told groups of mostly seventh-graders on Oct. 25 that “bullying is not a joke,” that “it is not funny” and “is serious stuff.” She was also [...]

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Veteran’s Day events including band concerts will be conducted at various locations in Princeton next Monday, Nov. 11 and Wednesday, Nov. 13. North Elementary will conduct a veterans-recognition event starting at 8 a.m. on Monday. Then at 10 a.m. the same day, local veterans organizations will put on a short veterans program in city hall. [...]

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In order to facilitate snow removal from the public streets of Princeton, there shall be no vehicle parked on any public street in the City of Princeton from Nov. 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014 between the hours of 2 a.m. and 7 a.m. The Princeton Police Department will enforce the winter parking regulations.  

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