The Sherburne County Board of Commissioners has decided to give the David Turch and Associates Washington, D.C., lobbying firm a trial run for six months. Sherburne County Commissioner John Riebel made the motion and Commissioner Bruce Anderson seconded it. Riebel highlighted the hesitance some boar...Read More
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Princeton seventh-grader Adam Kern will be making history when he competes in the upcoming National History Bee this month. He will be the first from Princeton to do this, according to Princeton Middle School where, Adam, 13 attends school. To advance to the national event, he had to first emerge as...Read More
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The best present a mother could receive on Mother’s Day was given to Brittney Janes and her husband Josha Janes, of Cambridge, on Mother’s Day this year. The present came in the form of baby Gavin that Brittney Janes delivered that day, May 10, at Fairview Northland Medical Center in Princeton. ...Read More
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Julie Hume, Princeton, is one of 50 day care providers nationwide receiving the 2015 Terri Lynne Lokoff/Children’s Tylenol National Child Care Teacher Awards. Hume, who has owned and operated her Kind Hearts Day Care Service for 13 years, received a $1,000 prize as part of the award. She is allowe...Read More
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There’s garbage collection politics in several suburbs and probably more to come. Thanks to a law revised in 2013, cities can change how haulers of garbage, yard waste and recyclables are regulated. Now, in many communities, there are up to seven garbage haulers in an open system who contract indi...Read More
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The board approved a fourth payment to the attorney firm, Ruvelson & Kautzer, Ltd., regarding an ethics complaint that had been made against former Mille Lacs County Attorney Jan Jude. The payment was for $1,669, bringing the total paid to the firm in the case so far to $4,691....Read More
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The board conducted a public hearing on an application by Josh Zens for a recreational kennel license to keep eight hunting dogs at his commercial location, Prince Bait, north of Milaca. The county’s dog ordinance requires a kennel license to keep more than three dogs over six months of age. There...Read More
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The mail carriers for the Princeton post office participated in the annual food collection for the local food shelf on Saturday, May 9th. They collected 2,280 pounds of food. Sharon Kleingartner, Lions Arnold Alferness and Pete Kleingartner hauled all of the food from the post office to the local fo...Read More
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