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The Princeton School Board unanimously passed a 2015-16 school budget at its June 16 meeting after acknowledging that the document will be revised now that the state Legislature passed an education funding bill. Lawmakers approved a budget bill during a June 12 special session. State law stipulates ...Read More
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Mark Hannan, front, and Nathan Selin, both of Cambridge, landed at the Riverside Park in Princeton June 18 to make a pit stop on their nine-day float trip down the Rum River. Hannan’s mother and sister met the men at the park and said they handed off fresh supplies plus took a few items from [...]...Read More
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Princeton schools use a number of techniques to combat bullying and have become experts on how to curb that unwanted behavior. John Beach, principal of North Elementary where third-, fourth- and fifth-graders go, said both of the district’s elementary schools and the middle school began programmin...Read More
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The Baldwin Township board talked at length during its May 19 meeting about its disappointment in communication with the city of Princeton regarding a paved trail along Rum River Drive South that is supposed to connect with township road 313th Avenue. The supervisors agreed they are excited about th...Read More
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Minuteman Press and the city of Princeton are at odds over Minuteman Press owner Tim Sierks installing three signs in late December on the Paws Up 4 You business building, 602 Rum River Drive S. in Princeton. The situation has gotten to the point where both sides have retained attorneys. Paws Up 4 Y...Read More
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