This week’s recipe guest, Ann Saterbak, of Princeton, is 100 percent Norwegian, as is her husband Dave, which means their offspring – Michael, Eric and Matthew – are also all Norwegian. Ann’s recipe is a Norwegian wedding cake called kransekake. It is shaped like a Christmas tree made of 18 rings stacked upon each other [...]

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A study of what fish eat in Mille Lacs Lake, and how much food is consumed by predator fish in the lake, will be the subject of a Department of Natural Resources presentation and discussion. The event is part of a series intended to share biological information and answer citizen questions on important and timely [...]

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Putting together a clutch day of tennis on the Elk River courts Oct. 11, the Princeton girls advanced to the State Team Tournament for the first time with two big victories. The Tigers began with a sweep in singles matches to roll to a 5-2 win over Grand Rapids in the morning session. The championship [...]

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Top-seed Princeton scored all the goals it needed in the first half to secure a 5-1 win over No. 8 Proctor in the Section 7A quarterfinals played on a breezy Oct. 11. The win will have the Tigers host No. 4 Zimmerman in the section semifinals on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 14 with a 4 p.m. [...]

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Black bears have damaged bird feeders, gotten into garages and worked up the anxieties of a few Princeton area residents recently. During the spring some residents in Baldwin Township saw a young black bear ambling along the edge of a field on the Jerry Mueller property. From there the bear visited three neighbors, its first [...]

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Joe and Kristene Gafkjen have five dogs, and the dogs can get a bit excited when visitors come into their rural Princeton home. But being a foster couple for rescue dogs can lead to more than a little excitement. Their dogs include three German shepherds, a Samoyed, and a small Yorkshire-mix dog. The Gafkjens, who [...]

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The Belle Haven townhome complex in Princeton that has been providing “sober housing for families with support services,” has not closed and RS Eden is committed to continuing its management of it, according to RS Eden president Dan Cain. His statement last week seemed to be prompted by an incident at a Princeton grocery store [...]

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