Like a scene from the television series “Breaking Bad,” a operational methamphetamine lab has been uncovered in a camper on a rural Princeton farm. Investigators from the Mille Lacs County Sheriff’s Office and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency converged on the property on Tuesday, June 9,...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
Mike and Callie Magnuson, of Minnetonka, have a long list of things they plan to do inside and outside the bar and restaurant they bought June 1 from Arnold “Bud” Reese at 2752 75th Ave. in Princeton Township. The tavern, formerly known as Bud’s Place, has officially become the Moonshine Bar a...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
A fun mix of all ages of race fans showed up for the June 12 “Family Night” at the Princeton Speedway. In addition to the race action on the dirt track, such as Mike Loomis careening in the Super Stock division (above), over 25 bicycles were given away to young fans in attendance. Another bonus ...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
Saturday, June 13 brought a pleasant morning to hit the streets of Princeton for the annual Rum River Festival 5K. A total of 164 runners and walkers registered for the event for the 8 a.m. start. Rum River Festival 5K results Men’s Top 15)  Todd Kuglin (Maple Grove) 19:24; Zach Anderson (Princet...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
Luke Hallbeck struck out 12 batters over six innings, and Tanner Kinney struck out the side in the seventh for the save when the Princeton Legion baseball squad downed St. Francis 11-6 the night of June 15. St. Francis is coming off a hot high school season where they finished as Mississippi 8 champ...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
The federal Summer Food Service Program began its second year in Princeton June 15 at the middle school, and while the name isn’t all that catchy, the program’s goal to sate children’s hunger certainly is. The operation provides free food at breakfast and lunch for children throughout the summ...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
The city of Princeton, which has been hanging holiday decorations at Christmastime each year for many years, is going to spend $2,500 per year for five years to help restore some of those decorations that have been deteriorating. Technically, the money will go into the city’s Community Beautificat...Read More
facebook icon
twitter icon
comments icon
up arrow
Don't Miss A Thing!

Our news stories are now available through email. Simply enter your email address below and click “Subscribe” to see the new stories every day.

×