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What a surprise. After months of meetings and somewhat selective citizen input, we now need a new school. How much of our tax dollars did the School Board waste on this? This is what they wanted to hear from the beginning. This is why they hired consultants to make questionnaires that, by the time you [...]

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I’ve been thinking about the Affordable Care Act or as it’s more commonly known, “Obama Care”. You could call it “Romney Care”, as it’s not that much different from the law Mitt Romney signed in Massachusetts with a beaming Teddy Kennedy, (now deceased), by his side. Here’s the thing; if Obama care fails as the [...]

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    The closing of Thrifty White and Hallmark Store is a sad event and creates another hole in downtown Princeton. It also creates a golden opportunity for the Princeton Visionary Committee to work towards something that Princeton needs and wants. How about recruiting a young pharmacist to open a franchise pharmacy such as Medicap [...]

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  I would like to thank Bruno and Marty Gad, of Clear Lake, for taking the time to fulfill Donald Blakney’s last wishes by bringing his ashes to his final resting place in his hometown of Lexington, Ill. A memorial service was held on Aug. 9, 2013, in Lexington, Ill. Marty Gad presided over the [...]

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I want send out a warm and humble “thank you!” My husband, my love, Tom Vrchota passed away in his sleep Sunday morning on September 22. As I look back at that horrible day, I remember the selflessness of Sheriff’s Deputy Brad Hunt, as he was the first to enter my house. I was a [...]

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Princeton Post Veterans of Foreign Wars wants to thank all those who participated in our golf tournament Sept. 8. A big thank-you to all the sponsors that were so generous . To those businesses who donated gift certificates, it shows that this is a community that cares for each other. Thanks to the Union-Eagle, WQPM, [...]

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“In God we trust” became the official motto of the U.S. in 1956.  However, in the fourth verse of “The Star Spangled Banner” written in 1812, it says, “And this be our motto: ‘In God is our Trust.”  After the bombing of the twin towers on 9/11 members of Congress stood on the steps of [...]

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