State shows which districts, charters will receive more dollars per pupil for 2014-15 school year Even if they have a slight decline in the number of students served, most Minnesota districts and charter schools will be receiving more money per pupil in the coming school year. That’s one of the key lessons learned in talking [...]

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I recently had the chance to talk with Bloomington native Kent Hrbek about the upcoming Major League Baseball All-Star Game, which was Tuesday, July 15, at Target Field. Hrbek, former All-Star first baseman for the Minnesota Twins, said he has mixed feelings about the game. He, naturally, was looking forward to seeing his “buddies” he [...]

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The Princeton Police Department received the following calls July 14-21, 2014. The listed times are when the reports were received and not necessarily when any incidents occurred. Compiled by Joel Stottrup. Monday, July 14 3:32 p.m. Disturbance at apartment. 7:50 p.m. Sighting of a black bear in area of Highway 95 and Rum River Drive [...]

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Kathleen Heaney, Sherburne County attorney, presented the Sherburne County Economic Development Authority (EDA) plan to the Baldwin Township Board to provide economic development support for Sherburne County cities and townships. According to the plan documents, it is not the intent of the county to duplicate city and township efforts, but rather to assist local governing [...]

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You couldn’t have asked for a better preparatory weekend for this week’s playoff opener when the Princeton American Legion baseball squad won its own invitational tournament with a perfect 3-0 showing. The team’s solid play was capped off in dramatic fashion when Nick Zeroth came home on a suicide squeeze to defeat Rogers in Sunday [...]

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A Princeton Township man  is in custody after barricading himself in the home near downtown Princeton. The Princeton Police Department received at 3:45 p.m. Friday a report of a violation of an order for protection, according to Sgt. Joe Backlund of the Princeton Police Department. A woman told police that the man was in her residence. [...]

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