In our communities, there is a silent, incurable disease called Alzheimer’s that gradually destroys a person’s ability to remember, learn and do simple tasks. In Minnesota, it’s estimated that 88,000 people 65 years and older have this incurable disease, according to Act on Alzheimer’s, and ...Read More
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Commissioners Dave Oslin and Roger Tellinghuisen talked briefly about what they learned while attending with Cochran Transportation Day at the state capitol on Feb. 12. Oslin pointed out the three transportation budget proposals at the capitol – one from the Republicans, one from the Democrats and...Read More
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20 years ago – 1995 Princeton High School senior Sarah Englund worked with second grader KayCee Dehn in Vicky Anderson’s class at South Elementary last Thursday. Englund is one of many students in PHS instructor Char Meinz’s child development class who spends two hours each week getting ex...Read More
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Two Princeton Tigers will be wrestling in the state championship semi-finals Saturday in the Class AA State Wrestling Tournament as they seek to be crowned state champions. Senior Jake Prahman, will wrestle Carter Nielsen of Foley at the 170 weight for the right to advance to Saturday’s champi...Read More
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Young people like Sam, Jennifer and Khalique are reflected in a recent, encouraging report from the Minnesota Department of Education. They are among the hundreds of youngsters I’ve met over the past few years who used Minnesota’s dual-credit courses (for high school and college). A new study fr...Read More
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Princeton High School seniors Matt Kreft and Gabby Foede have been recognized by the Central Minnesota Speech and Drama Coaches Association for the students’ outstanding performances in the PHS one-act play this winter titled “Face Forward: Growing Up in Nazi Germany.” Kreft played the part of...Read More
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The board again tabled action on a proposal for making the Mille Lacs County auditor-treasurer’s position be appointed rather than elected. The county had  the topic on its Feb. 3 meeting agenda, but continued the meeting until a special meeting on Feb. 11 to discuss it. After a long discussion o...Read More
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