SPORTS ROUND-UP:   Princeton girls hockey improved its early record to 5-1 with a 4-3 overtime victory over visiting Brainerd Nov. 21. Erica Schramel skated to the high slot, picked up a pass from down low, and one-timed the game-winner home just 26 seconds into OT. Goals by Raegan Anderson and Mad...Read More
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Princeton senior Jenna Doyle will send her multi-sport athleticism to the University of Jamestown (N.D.) after she signed an agreement to join the college’s women’s basketball team next season. Doyle with her tall frame is a four-year starter for the Tiger girls varsity squad. Last season, she a...Read More
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The Princeton School Board conducted the following business at its Nov. 18  regular board meeting. Written by Joel Stottrup. School project update Sara Guyette with Wold Architects and Engineers gave an update on Wold’s work on designing the district’s K-2 school that is to be constructed start...Read More
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Princeton will have a parade, photos with Santa, train show, winter village display, and more 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 29. It’s part of the annual Small Business Saturday movement of running holiday activities and small-business specials on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. The activity loc...Read More
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Jerry Whitcomb, commander of Woodcock-Herbst American Legion Post 216, Princeton, has been named Legion volunteer of the year for Minnesota. The state has 10 American Legion Districts, and each gets to nominate one person for a state Legion committee to review to select one as the state volunteer of...Read More
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Amber Wilkinson and Collin Orth have been elected by the Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce board to serve three-year terms, and Tim Siercks has been re-elected. The election was during the chamber’s annual business meeting Nov. 18 at Steven’s Restaurant. The current terms of Siercks, Bob Michae...Read More
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The Princeton Police Department received the following reports Nov. 17-23. The listed times are for when reports were received and not necessarily when incidents occurred. Compiled by Joel Stottrup. Monday, Nov. 17 11:04 a.m. Juvenile complaint at North Elementary. 4 p.m. Plastic bag containing what...Read More
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