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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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The following incidents were reported to the Mille Lacs County Sheriff’s Department between Sept. 30 and Oct. 6. The printed times are when the reports were made and not necessarily when the incidents occurred. Compiled by Jeff Hage.   Monday, Sept. 30 7:20 p.m. Assisted the Princeton Police Department with a report of a suspicious [...]

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  Rum River Health Services, the Princeton nonprofit established more than 25 years ago to provide community health services including chemical dependency treatment, ceased operating on Sept. 20, with the state agency overseeing it investigating RRHS for its license-requirements compliance. A note on the doors of both the RRHS office and at RRHS’s new community [...]

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By Joel Stottrup Union-Eagle Reporter   Cheryl Minks says she hopes to expand on her experience running kitchens at chemical dependency treatment centers in running the Coffee Corner in Princeton that she and her husband, Scott Minks, purchased Sept. 4. Cheryl Minks has worked in the health and human services field for 25 years, working [...]

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Caley House is Princeton’s first experience in having assisted living apartments, making its debut here in 1997. Caley, part of the Elim Care organization, was built new as an attachment to the Elim Care & Rehab building along First Street between Seventh and Eighth  avenues. Elim Care is owned by and affiliated with the Evangelical [...]

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