Princeton public works maintenance worker Tim Jensen is the city’s new supervisor at public works, making him the department’s second in command. Jensen has worked at the department since 2003 as a general maintenance II worker and holds both a wastewater Class C license and a Minnesota Class B ...Read More
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Three people are currently in custody at the Isanti County Jail following an incident early Wednesday morning, April 29, that involved the Isanti County Sheriff’s Office, Isanti County Special Response Team, Anoka SWAT Team and the East Central Violent Offender and Drug Task Force. According to a ...Read More
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Picking up their biggest win of the early season, Princeton baseball downed visiting St. Michael-Albertville 4-2 in a tight Mississippi 8 match up on April 24. The loss was the first of the season for the Knights. The Tigers broke a 2-2 tie in the bottom of the fifth when Damon Rademacher and Sam Ar...Read More
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BASEBALL) Home vs. Big Lake April 30 (4:30 pm) • Home vs. Zimmerman May 1 (4:30 pm) • Home vs. Becker May 4 (4:30 pm) • Home vs. Chisago Lakes May 5 (4:30 pm) SOFTBALL) Home vs. Big Lake April 30 (4:30 pm) • Home vs. Chisago Lakes May 5 (4:30 pm) BOYS GOLF) At Eagan Invite May 4 (1:00 [...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:  Several good individual rounds stacked up for the Princeton boys golf team during a busy stretch last week and into the weekend. On April 22, the Tigers placed ninth at the Grand National Invitational hosted by Cloquet-Esko which was won by Section 7AAA partner Forest Lake. Griffi...Read More
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Amid wet and windy weather, the Princeton track & field squads competed at the Big Lake Invitational on April 24. The Tiger girls placed third and the boys were fourth behind the Hornet teams which swept the top spots in the team standings. Tanner Palmborg put up solid numbers for the Tiger boys...Read More
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There were times back in the ’40s and ’50s when the noise from our seven-kid family as we drove down a narrow two-lane road was overwhelming. “Try to hold it down to a loud roar,” were the words of our father as he tried to concentrate on driving while we talked and sang and played [...Read More
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