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 [...]
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 [...]
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. [...]
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.
The automated flight service station adjacent to the Princeton airport that provides weather information for general aviation is scheduled to close in January after operating in Princeton nearly 27 years. Winning the bid in the early 1980s to have the Federal Aviation Administration locate the station in Princeton was thought to be a coup [...]
Editor’s note: Oct. 24 is World Polio Day and recognizes Rotary International’s 28-year mission to eradicate the crippling childhood disease. In light of World Polio Day, the Union-Eagle takes a look at a Princeton resident who contracted the disease as a 6-year-old in 1946. Writer Jeff Hage is the president of the Princeton Rotary Club. [...]
Two of the area’s top Washington lawmakers say they are relieved that Congress last Wednesday passed a measure to avert a threatened U.S. default and reopen the federal government. “Like everyone in America, I’m relieved,” said 8th District Congressman Rick Nolan. “This came to a head for the American people, and I see that as [...]