By Joel Stottrup Union-Eagle Reporter The Princeton School District has advanced a couple of steps toward constructing a new school on the city’s north end to replace South Elementary. The city Planning Commission on Jan. 26 approved the district’s requests for a conditional use permit and appro...Read More
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Among Governor Mark Dayton’s $42 billion budget proposal is more than $100 million in funding for pre-kindergarten programs for 4-year olds in our public schools. I agree that it may be important to improve access to quality pre-kindergarten to close our state’s achievement gap.  However, the G...Read More
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Republican legislators are upset over pay increases Gov. Mark Dayton has given his state department commissioners. Legislators say they were blindsided over excessive pay raises, even though they are legal. Now they are retaliating with bills to penalize the governor and even take away his pay-raisi...Read More
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The following incidents were reported to the Princeton Police Department between Feb. 9-15.. The times printed are when a complaint was received, not necessarily when it occurred. The report was compiled by Jeff Hage. Monday, Feb. 9 8:47 a.m. Received a report of a male passed out over the hood of h...Read More
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19 years ago – 1996 It’s a small, small world, Michele Marketon of Princeton was reminded while on a trip last month to Nicaragua in Central America. The lesson came home when she was in Nicaragua visiting her sister, Marcia Ruhland, and happened to see a big yellow school bus with Princeton...Read More
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Princeton will have a multi-wrestler presence at the Class AA state wrestling tournament. The top two wrestlers in each weight class in Saturday’s Section 7AA finals advanced to state. Princeton had two section champions crowned this weekend and one runner- up. Jake Pramann (170) and Brent Cha...Read More
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