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The Princeton girls basketball team did something Thursday, March 12 that no other team in the program reached– earning a berth in the Minnesota State basketball tournament. The Tigers got there with a 79-70 win over Grand Rapids at Duluth Denfeld High School. Taylor Laabs led Princeton scorers ...Read More
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Mille Lacs County Administrator Roxy Traxler has been chosen by the Sibley County Board as the finalist for the job of Sibley County administrator. The decision came Wednesday, Feb. 25 on a 3-2 vote by the Sibley County Board. Traxler was one of three people interviewed Monday, Feb. 23 during a spec...Read More
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A 61-year-old Princeton man has died as a result of injuries sustained in a structure fire on the afternoon of Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015. Stanley Orton, 5167 160th Ave., Princeton, died of complications of thermal injury, according to a report from the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s office....Read More
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What a Sherburne County deputy thought was a simple traffic stop for speeding turned into a major drug bust on Wednesday, Feb. 4. The deputy, patrolling Sherburne County Road 5 in Blue Hill Township, found in the vehicle drugs and cash valued at more than $20,000. While on patrol, the deputy’s rad...Read More
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A family dog was tortured and shot by a Baldwin Township man before eventually being left dead in a ditch along Sherburne County Road 1. Anthony Sather, 24, 29569 144th St. NW, Baldwin Township, Is being held in the Sherburne County Jail on felony charges of mistreating and torturing an animal causi...Read More
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Angela Harvala, a fifth grade teacher at Princeton’s North Elementary School, was surprised by the Milken Family Foundation as Minnesota’s latest recipient of the prestigious Milken Educator Award. The national award recognizes outstanding excellence in education and includes a $25,000 c...Read More
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Princeton School District voters approved a $29.95 million referendum Tuesday night that will ensure the building of a new K-2 elementary school and provide security and school improvements at the district’s other three school buildings. The referendum passed by 606 votes,  1,675 to 1,069. Si...Read More
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