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In observance of National Assisted Living Week, September 8 to 14, Caley House Assisted Living will be holding a series of events developed as a special opportunity to bring together residents, families, employees, volunteers and the surrounding community to celebrate “Homemade Happiness.” This year’s theme celebrates the bond created by staff, residents, and families as [...]

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Welcome to downtown Princeton, Princeton Meats. Charlie and I are so glad to have you open. I stopped in on Friday, their first day open. I was the last customer of the day and was treated with a smile and great fun banter. I had stopped in to check out the steaks. Rib eyes are [...]

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Is it really necessary to have a satellite (toilet) in the Oak Knoll Cemetery by the grave sites? It is my opinion, and the opinion of several others, that if one is necessary, it should be by the maintenance building, not decorating the grave sites. Jan Dery Princeton

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There is nothing more important than keeping your family and friends safe. As a Toward Zero Deaths Safe Roads Coalition, we work closely in our community to ensure everyone makes safe driving decisions to avoid driving impaired. In 2008, Sherburne County began the CRASH – Collision Reduction and Safe Highways – program. Officers and deputies [...]

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Howard Weikert lives at Little Falls, previously from Foreston.  He donated a kidney to his cousin, Patrick Peetz in February 2013. There was a fundraiser to help defray costs; however those funds have been depleted. Howard had unplanned things happen to him starting with the difficulty healing of his incision (four months). When finally released [...]

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Congratulations to ECM Publishers for the editorial titled, “Nation’s poor will suffer deeply from food stamp cuts.” I’ve often skimmed lead editorials, since they didn’t seem to want to rock the boat, but not this time. The editorial is right: We miss the plight of the poor who will suffer these cuts, particularly contrasted with [...]

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Two years ago at the Baldwin annual meeting, outgoing Chairman Jeff Holm made a passionate appeal for more road preservation money. Then-newly elected Town Board Member Kim Good made a motion to increase taxes 25 percent, saying it was a “nice round number.” Taxpayers added $100,000 to the roads levy with the understanding that preservation [...]

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