Throughout the year, and particularly during the month of April, Mille Lacs County Community & Veterans Services encourages everyone to play a role in making Mille Lacs County a better place for children and families. By ensuring that parents have the knowledge, skills, and resources they need t...Read More
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The Princeton Police Department received the following reports April 6-12, 2015. The listed times are when reports were received and not necessarily when incidents occurred. Compiled by Joel Stottrup. Monday, April 6 10:31 a.m. Report of burning leaves. Advised subject of city regulations on burning...Read More
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20 years ago – 1995 The flag at the local American Legion, and other flags in the downtown area, were lowered to half-mast last week in response to a request by President Clinton after the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City, Okla. Tuesday a White House official said the death tol...Read More
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A dwindling balance in the financial account used for the day-to-day operations of the Princeton School District will force members of the Princeton Board of Education to make some tough decisions on Tuesday, April 21. On that night, the school board will be asked to make budget adjustments ­– or...Read More
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One of Pease’s last remaining businesses went up in flames Tuesday, April 14. Part of the facilities of Pease Produce, a wholesale processor of fresh eggs, cheese, and butter, was destroyed by fire. The building is located at 240 Central Ave. in Pease. Witnesses in Pease say they heard an explosio...Read More
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