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Below are summaries of news that occurred during the June 6 meeting of the Princeton City Council. They were compiled by Joel Stottrup. Architect bill The council approved paying a bill of $43,350 from David Linner Architects, Bloomington, for providing architectural, structural engineering, landscape architecture and electrical design services for the city public safety building [...]

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The Mora Open Repeater Association will be participating in an American Radio Relay League (ARRL) Field Day June 22 and 23 at the Kanabec County fairgounds in Mora. The event is free and will allow the public to observe, learn about and participate in the Field Day activities. Equipment for the field day will be [...]

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The city of Princeton has given Heide Burns a five-year extension to hook her Madre Loca Restaurant into the city’s sewer and water mains, pending approval by the Princeton Public Utility Commission. Burns had originally been given a September deadline to hook into the city sewer and water mains. Burns asked the City Council for [...]

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On Memorial Day, when people under 21 were allegedly drinking and becoming intoxicated on property owned by Mille Lacs County Attorney Jan Jude, there was no law on the books in Mille Lacs County holding Jude and her police-officer husband Russ Jude accountable for the activity, had the couple been aware of the party. The [...]

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The city’s Economic Development Authority has issued $2.24 million in bonds to cover the costs of the city’s new public safety building under construction in the Aero Business Park west of town. The EDA took the action Thursday, June 13. There will be $2.43 million in revenue generated from the bond sale when considering the [...]

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When Colby, Caleb and their little brother Brenden heard the Wednesday, June 12, clue in the Rum River Festival medallion hunt, they were excited. The boys had been led to the Princeton Area Library by the clue of the previous day. With a little help from their mother, Jenny Handshoe, they had arrived at the [...]

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