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  Princeton electronic cigarette business E-Cig World reported last week that its business hadn’t yet felt the effect of Minnesota’s recent $1.60 per pack increase in the cigarette tax. But the July 1 cigarette tax hike has affected the town’s other electronic cigarette business, E-Cig He...Read More
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Princeton American Legion Post 216 has ended its pulltab operation after selling pulltabs for close to three decades. The final act was the recent closing of its last pulltab operation at Steven’s Restaurant in downtown Princeton. The state of Minnesota legalized pulltab sales by service organizat...Read More
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The Princeton Police Department’s new K-9 unit became activated on June 25 when Princeton officer Jason Cederberg began taking his K-9 partner Skar out on patrol. Skar is a nine-month-old German shepherd named in honor of Princeton native Bryan Opskar, who was a U.S. Marine killed while serving in...Read More
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Area children involved in the Milaca-based Pearl Crisis Center’s Teens Against Dating Violence heard an inspiring presentation from teacher and author Jonathan Friesen Thursday, June 27, at the New Life Church in Princeton as part of the center’s Bully Conference. Friesen used humor in his accou...Read More
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Sun Newspapers’ news editor Jonathan Young is in Gettysburg this week, as the nation honors the 150th anniversary of the famous Civil War battle. He is traveling with Minnesota’s Civil War Commemorative Task Force, covering the events for ECM Publishers. Read about Jonathan Young’s tra...Read More
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Zion Lutheran Church and Crown Christian School welcome new pastor Jacob Dandy. Dandy was born and raised in Spring, Texas. He attended Trinity Lutheran grade school and graduated from a Concordia Lutheran High School in Tomball, Texas. He continued his education at Concordia University in Austin, T...Read More
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Some residents of Roundup, Mont., still recovering from back-to-back natural disasters in the past two years, received some welcome help recently from a church group based in Princeton. The Ignite youth group at Princeton’s Bethel Church in Princeton spent about a week this past month cleaning up ...Read More
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Council receives audit of finances Jackie Knowles of Kern, DeWenter, Viere, LTD. appeared before the City Council to present the results of the 2012 financial audit. The bottom line is that the city’s financial health is in very good shape. Some highlights: • The city’s assets exceeded liabili...Read More
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