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Reconfiguring a city parking lot and installing public-parking signs is the city of Princeton’s solution to alleviating highly debated parking concerns on the city’s downtown streets. About two months ago Princeton retailer Kelly Guptil and Chamber of Commerce Board President Scott Berry pleaded for the council to enact a two-hour parking regulation for a central [...]

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The Maple Lake Irish, the Champlin Park Marching Rebels and a dozen other marching bands will fill the streets of Princeton with music during this year’s Rum River Festival parade on Thursday, June 13. This will likely be the most marching bands the town has ever hosted in a parade — and ironically Princeton doesn’t [...]

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How will traffic move from Baldwin Township, past the Princeton industrial park and into the Rivertown Crossing retail area? That’s a question the Princeton City Council is working to answer. A solution didn’t come at the May 9 meeting of the Princeton City Council but a thoughtful discussion ensued. Councilman Thom Walker made a motion, [...]

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Dreams of growing Princeton into a regional center of the arts are coming alive at a former feed-and-seed building in downtown Princeton. The Central Minnesota Art Co-op at 108 Sixth Ave. S. has emerged from a pool of 14 applicants as the lone finalist in the “It Starts Here” program, an incentive program of the [...]

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A crash was reported at Highway 169 at Long Siding on Thursday, May 16. Crash occurred at about 12:30 p.m. A pick-up and a SUV collided in the southbound lane at the intersection of Highway 169 and 55th Street. The truck stopped in the center of the intersection, which the SUV went off into the [...]

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