The Princeton boys basketball went 1-1 over its last two games of the regular season, including defeating North Branch at home 60-52, in a final preparation for the Section 7AAA tournament. The Tigers are the No. 7 seed in the section, sending them to No. 2 Hermantown (21-5) for the Thursday, Feb. 2...Read More
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The council approved a contract for SolarStone Partners LLC to lease 30 acres of land from the city for 30 years, with authorization for City Administrator Mark Karnowski to complete a few adjustments in the lease contract for when it is finalized. The 30 acres is part of the wastewater treatment fo...Read More
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New ideas, attitudes and opportunities are coming for Minnesota students. That was a central theme at the Feb. 6 “Pathways to Postsecondary” conference, cosponsored by the Minnesota Department of Education and Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. If things work out as state official...Read More
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This week is School Board Recognition Week, and I would like to take the opportunity to brag about ours. We are very fortunate to have a group of people who truly care about our students, staff and community. They balance their decisions, with everyone’s best interests in mind. Our School Board ma...Read More
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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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