Princeton Police have identified five suspects in the graffiti type of criminal damage to property that occurred between the evening of March 12 and the morning of March 13 in the downtown  area of Princeton. The suspects are males ranging in age 17-19 from the Zimmerman area, according to Princeto...Read More
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On Tuesday, March 17, 2015, the Princeton Tigers girls basketball team played in its first-ever state championship game. The community came out to support the girls as they passed through town on a coach bus on its way to Target Center....Read More
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Written by Bruce Peterson Minnesota Corn Growers Association President Last week, Gov. Mark Dayton introduced legislation that would require 50-foot buffer strips along all Minnesota waterways, including ditches and waterways that flow only periodically during the year.  A buffer strip is an area o...Read More
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Property owners along Princeton’s West Branch Street are to be assessed about $174,700 less than originally planned to help pay for a proposed $1.25 million water, sewer and street improvement project there this coming summer. The change is due to action during a joint meeting of  the Princeton P...Read More
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20 years ago – 1995 Mrs. Millie Bleed of Rockford, Il., formerly of Estes Brook, MN is celebrating her 106th birthday on Mar. 11, 1995. Tiffany Carlson, daughter of Judy Carlson of Princeton, was named queen of the Northern Minnesota Draft Horse Association at its annual banquet in February. S...Read More
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The Princeton City Council passed a resolution ordering city consulting engineering firm WSB & Associates to prepare plans and specifications for doing a water, sewer and street upgrade project along West Branch Street this summer. WSB engineer Mike Nielson noted that because of action during a ...Read More
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