Mille Lacs County has approved a new septic service ordinance that, in the words of county Land Services Director Michele McPherson, is a “huge change” for the county. Even with this change, Commissioners Tim Wilhelm and David Oslin voted against the motion to approve the amended ordinance at th...Read More
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Four Princeton High School seniors have received top band awards at the school. PHS band director Jim Baxter made the announcements during the high school band concert Monday, May 11. John McCarney received the John Philip Sousa band award in recognition of outstanding achievement and interest in in...Read More
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“This collaboration is a win-win-win for students,” according to Katie Halcrow, director of community-based learning at Inver Hills Community College in Inver Grove Heights. She’s referring to the college’s collaboration with area middle schools, including schools in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage,...Read More
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Foster families play a critical and heroic role by providing support to children’s families while children are in foster care and after they return home. May is Child Foster Care Awareness Month. In Minnesota, we want to keep families together. Mille Lacs County Community and Veterans Services cur...Read More
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Violeta “Violet” and Damien Toven live in Princeton. Violet is originally from Mexico’s west coast between Mazatlan and Puerta Vallarta. Damien grew up in Stillwater and Forest Lake (earliest years), and then North St. Paul during middle and high school. She moved to Minnesota in 2001 after re...Read More
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By Joel Stottrup Union-Eagle Reporter Princeton is sending out requests for proposals from attorney firms from which the city will select one to represent it in civil and criminal cases. The city hasn’t sent out RFPs for an attorney firm for 12 years, and the move to do it now was prompted because...Read More
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20 years ago – 1995 Community Education advisor Ann Pasch and middle school environmental club member Stephanie Pariseau prepared to move another flower half-barrel Saturday morning as part of the annual spring planting of flowers downtown. Paul Koch and Aaron Petersen were honored May 15 at a...Read More
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A Foley teen was killed Friday evening as a result of a two vehicle crash in Sherburne County. According to Sheriff Joel Brott, Jade Posterick, 16, was travelling west on County Road 62 at the intersection of County Road 20 in Palmer Township at about 6:30 p.m. Posterick’s passenger vehicle collid...Read More
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