The following incidents were reported to the Princeton Police Department Jan. 12-25. The times printed are when a complaint was received, not necessarily when it occurred. The report was compiled by Jeff Hage. Tuesday, Jan. 13 5:42 a.m. A suspicious person was reported loitering inside Casey’s Nor...Read More
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Princeton lost one of its historians last year when Princeton native Grace Terry died on Oct. 24 at age 85 in Texas. Terry was born Feb. 29, 1929, and grew up in Princeton, one of three children of Julius and Mildred Kornmann. Terry in later life wrote three historical books – “Once Upon a River...Read More
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The Mississippi 8 girls hockey title was on the line when Buffalo came to town on Friday evening. In a swift-moving battle, the Bison girls edged Princeton-Becker-Big Lake 4-2 on the strength of a three-goal surge in the second period. “They’ve always been a good team; it’s always tough to pla...Read More
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BOYS BASKETBALL:  vs. St. Michael-Albertville Jan. 29 (7:15 p.m.) • At Duluth East Jan. 31 (4:00 p.m.) • At Buffalo Feb. 3 (7:15 p.m.) GIRLS BASKETBALL:  At St. Michael-Albertville Jan. 30 (7:15 p.m.) • Vs. Buffalo Feb. 3 (7:15 p.m.) GIRLS HOCKEY:  At Chisago Lakes Jan. 30 (7:00 p.m.).  En...Read More
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The Princeton boys swimming and diving crew put together a strong day on Jan. 24, finishing in second place behind Elk River at the Cambridge-Isanti Invitational. The Tigers posted a number of personal-best times at the eight-team event. Divers Dustin Moinichen and Mack Moinichen began the day by pl...Read More
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Tim Bialka and Jake Pramann won their weight brackets when the Princeton wrestlers placed fourth at the 18-team St. Croix Falls Classic on Saturday. Wisconsin Rapids was the tourney champion amid the gathering of primarily Wisconsin programs. At 138 lbs., Bialka began with a pin, then he won two tig...Read More
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The Princeton gymnasts put up season-high team totals of 125.95 and 126.0 points in back-to-back meets with Monticello and St. Francis last week. Megan Gourley returned to the lineup with team-high All-Around scores of 32.8 and 33.2 in those meets. Her top event for the week was scoring a 9.1 on Flo...Read More
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