The Princeton Tigers 14u AA traveling baseball team caught fire and went 3-0 to take first place in the first annual Tiger Roar Classic the weekend of June 26-28.   After convincing wins over Otsego (7-2) and Milaca (12-4), the Tigers advanced to the championship game against  St. Michael on Sund...Read More
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Top 10 in division at June 26 races IMCA Modified)  Jeff Patchen (Zimmerman), Clint Hatlestad, Josh Anderson, Shawn Fletcher, Justin Jones, Larry Zeller, Tim Siercks, Charlie Hillukka, Mike Kyllonen, Mark Pruesser. IMCA Sport Mods)  Bud Martini (Avon), Ryan Putnam, David Siercks, Billy Kendall III...Read More
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Lots of people noticed the tree-clearing activity on the highly visible site at 501 Smith System Road, which sits on the northeast side of the Rum River Drive and Northland Boulevard intersection, across the street from McDonald’s, SuperAmerica and Coborn’s. According to a commercial real estate...Read More
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Children in the Tiger Club, Princeton’s Community Education child-care program, walked over from the summer lunch program at the middle school June 18 to have some fun on the playground at the North Elementary School....Read More
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Property owners along the West Branch Street redevelopment project will see lower assessments than estimated on their future tax statements. “The project came in lower than anticipated,” said City Engineer Mike Nielson of the engineering firm WSB & Associates during a Tuesday, June 16, publi...Read More
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The Princeton School Board unanimously passed a 2015-16 school budget at its June 16 meeting after acknowledging that the document will be revised now that the state Legislature passed an education funding bill. Lawmakers approved a budget bill during a June 12 special session. State law stipulates ...Read More
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The body of a New London man was found in Big Lake Monday morning. According to Sherburne County Sheriff Joel Brott, Lee Gerhardson, 47, was located in the swimming area near Big Lake beach at 6:37 a.m. in approximately 10 feet of water by a city worker.   Though the cause of death remains unde...Read More
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