With the Princeton School District planning for the start of constructing a new K-2 school, two individuals have been working on how to keep the district’s buildings maintained long term. The two planners are Keith Barlage, the district’s building and grounds coordinator, and Ryan Hoffman, with the district’s construction consulting firm, ICS. The two […]

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An 18-year-old man allegedly shot and killed his teenage sister Friday, Nov. 7, because she was being mean to their father. Luis Nahuel Rosa, of St. Cloud, has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder after being accused of killing his 16-year-old sister, Hennah Nicole Rosa, in a mobile home northeast of Milaca in […]

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  Do you know how Almighty God worked on behalf of the Pilgrims when they arrived in America? It’s a big “Wow!” In searching the land, they found an abandoned cache of buried corn. They found rich, fertile soil, 20 acres of cleared land, and four spring-fed creeks nearby; it was the sweetest water they’d […]

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  On Nov. 11, as the majority of Princeton and the surrounding community was digging out from the first snow of the year, over 15 veterans were being honored at the North Elementary. We had veterans of World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, the Cold War, Iraq and Afghanistan. The school staff was dealing […]

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  Here’s some good news, looking ahead to the 2015 Minnesota Legislature’s discussions about improving public schools. Two leading Minnesota Senate Democrats described several of their priorities as similar to those described last week by leading House Republicans. While this doesn’t ensure agreement, it’s encouraging that these leaders share some similar priorities. They include a […]

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  The Minnesota State High School League does a survey of high school students, and the results are very interesting. The survey is all about listening to students, and it is done every five years. Some of the questions are the same from year to year, and some are changed. Approximately 10 percent of the […]

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The Sherburne County Substance Use Prevention Coalition is pleased to announce the award of a five-year, $1.25 million Drug-Free Communities (DFC) federal grant. The coalition was created two years ago through the leadership of the Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office. The mission of the coalition is to prevent substance use among Sherburne County youth by promoting […]

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