The Princeton girls varsity squad strung together its best finish of the season when they won the Sept. 9 Mora Invite. Sam Swedzinski, Emily Kruschek, Mady Schafer, Breanna Schultz, Madison Jung, Ashley Urman and Kaitlin Kittock took first out of eight schools with 63 points, ahead of Mora (73), Becker (83), and Zimmerman (88). Swedzinski [...]

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Displaying tenacity on the court, Princeton volleyball rallied back from two sets down to defeat host St. Cloud Apollo 21-25, 24-26, 25-20, 25-20, 16-14 Sept. 9. Along with strong team serving during the rally, Jaydee Green led the team in kills with 14, Hailey Mattson swatting 11 and Maddie Nierengarten getting 10 kills. “The girls [...]

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The R. J. Framing & Guns trap team was the top dog at the West Branch Gun Club this season, winning both the Gold Division title and the Champion of Champions shoot-off. Pictured are (l-r) Tim Carlson, Denny Trushenski, Roger Bohm, Dan Hofman, Ron Pendergrass, Brad Hofman and Larry Trushenski. Not pictured: Mike Gros.  Photo [...]

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Inside a nondescript outbuilding at the Ralph Wilson residence in rural Princeton is another world. It is a layout 26 feet long by 18 feet wide of railroad tracks and scores of trains amidst a landscape of mountains, tunnels, stores, villages, grain elevators, oil wells, an apparatus that turns over a railroad car to dump [...]

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Rehearsals have begun in the Princeton High School Performing Arts Center for the musical “The Music Man,” which will be performed there Nov. 7-9 and 14-16. Tickets are to go on sale at Marv’s True Value on Oct. 4 and all seating will be reserved, according to PHS choral director Mark Potvin, the artistic director. [...]

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Princeton’s Riverside and Riebe parks would get substantial upgrades if the state approves a $714,230 Legacy funds grant the City Council recently authorized applying for. The money would come out of the Department of Natural Resources’ parks and trails part of the funding that comes from the sales tax that was approved by Minnesota constitutional [...]

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After five years of authorizing a county levy with no increase or a decrease, Sherburne County commissioners have been asked to provide some wiggle room this year. Commissioners went along with a staff recommendation to approve a 2.5 percent increase for the preliminary levy over last year’s levy at its Sept. 8 meeting at the [...]

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