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If you’re craving doughnuts, jelly-filled bismarcks, cakes or fresh-baked breads, you’re in luck. They’re baking again in Princeton. Vicki and George Rhode, along with sisters Michelle and Georgette, have reopened the former Weisbrod’s Bakery at 516 1st Street in downtown Princeton. The bakery’s Friday opening was creating quite a buzz around town after people started [...]

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Princeton Auto Center recently received the General Motors Mark of Excellence award for 2011 recognizing the dealership for outstanding customer service and sales volume. John Davis, who owns the dealership, said he and his family are proud that their customers are happy and that Princeton Auto Center has continued to grow to help serve the [...]

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Maxine Gift of Princeton has retired as the director of accounting for ECM Publishers, Inc., after 34 years. She was hired by Tim Enger of then Princeton Publishing and reported for work on April 11, 1978. During her 34 years, she helped build a company whose headquarters was in Princeton until 1997 when the corporate [...]

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It was too early to tell on Tuesday last week what damage the frost that morning had done to the apple and plum trees or the blueberries on Dan Whitcomb’s berry and orchard farm just north of Princeton city limits. But he knew what the 20 degree F. temperature that morning could do to buds [...]

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Princeton’s E-Ride honored E-Ride Industries of Princeton has been selected to receive one of the first Finance & Commerce “Progress Minnesota 2012” awards, honoring individuals and companies from around the state who are driving business and industrial growth and economic development in Minnesota in unique and innovative ways. E-Ride Industries is one of fourteen companies [...]

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The Princeton City Council has passed two resolutions to clear up some land issues concerning the property occupied by Plastic Products along Old Hwy. 18 S. in the city’s older industrial area. The council passed the resolutions after a presentation from the city’s civil case attorney Dick Schieffer. He explained how in 1981 the city [...]

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