Princeton girls soccer took care of business by defeating Rogers at home 1-0 on a muddy, wet field on Oct. 2. The win propelled the Tigers into a three-way tie for the conference championship with the Royals and St. Michael-Albertville who all finished the Mississippi 8 season with 8-1 records. In the first half, Rogers [...]

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Gene Reierson and his 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 retractable hardtop were there, as were Ken Swing with his 1963 Mercury Comet convertible and six Spire Credit Union employees with the credit union’s corporate mascot vehicle, a 1952 Ford pickup truck named Archie. In fact there were eight classic autos, most of them cars, at the [...]

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The Princeton School District is preparing for a 29 percent increase in its tax levy for the 2015 tax year — an increase that is sure to result in tax increases for many, if not most of, Princeton-area property owners. But don’t be mistaken. Taxes are not increasing 29 percent. Because of an intricate formula [...]

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The following individuals in the Princeton and Zimmerman area have been booked into the Sherburne County Jail for the alleged offenses: John Richard Judnitch, 53, of Zimmerman, for burglary. Casey Robert McEachern, 39, of Zimmerman, for obstruct legal process, fifth-degree assault. Dean Lloyd Rychly, 27, of Zimmerman for burglary. Michael John Boltz, 38, of Princeton, [...]

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Princeton Police received the following reports Sept. 22-29. The listed times are when the reports were received and not necessarily when incidents occurred. Compiled by Joel Stottrup. Monday, Sept. 22 4:08 p.m. Hit-and-run damage reported to vehicle at 300 21st Ave. N. 4:24 p.m. Dog with broken ankle taken to vet clinic. Dog looked like [...]

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This year’s Princeton High School homecoming honorary alumnus Bernie Wesloh said that even though he wore the purple colors of the two schools he spent his teaching and coaching career at, his “blood was always orange,” referring to Princeton’s orange and black colors. He said that on Monday to the PHS chapter of the National [...]

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