The Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce board fired its coordinator, Mary Chapman, on Monday this week, with Chapman disputing the validity of the reason she was told. Chamber board president Scott Berry was asked the reason just a few hours after the termination, and Berry only said the board decided it “wants to go in […]
A Princeton man will serve about five years in prison for his role in the death of a 36-year-old Isanti man. Joseph Robert Bollin Jr., 46, of Princeton, was charged with criminal vehicular homicide on Oct. 4, 2012, two days after allegedly crossing the center line of Highway 47 near Bradford Township and striking the […]
Princeton’s downtown parking debate is getting heated. An emotional exchange erupted during the March 28 meeting of the Princeton City Council in a debate over downtown parking. Princeton has had discussions about downtown parking issues on and off over the years. Coming out of those discussions was the construction of parking lots in front of […]
Highway 169 projects will impact drivers
By Jace Frederick Murphy News service Katie Loberg is moving on from the University of Minnesota women’s basketball team after four years that taught her numerous life lessons. She said she’s prepared for whatever life brings her next because of them. “This whole experience has just taught me that I can be a really passionate […]
An all-day, every-day kindergarten program in the Princeton School District became reality March 12 with a school board vote on a kindergarten financing package. The finance committee, comprised of Jeremy Miller, Eric Minks and Chuck Nagle, brought a $350,000 plan to the full board that included taking $200,000 from a district savings account for school […]
Twenty-One Of Twenty-Five Indicted Gang Members Earlier Pleaded Guilty To RICO-Related Charges, While Another Pleaded Guilty To Murder.