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Janell Whitcomb lives in Princeton, where she grew up. She has three children – Izzy, 14, Charlie, 12, and Jace, 3. Whitcomb is a bookkeeper with Wadsworth Management and part-time with Granite City Construction and Design Corp. She is four classes shy of receiving an associate of applied science degree in business management with an [...]

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Deb Erickson and her husband Rocky live in Princeton, where Deb is manager of the photo department at Coborn’s. Deb is originally from Oregon, and Rocky from Princeton. He owns and operates a business that manufactures and sells snowmobile accessories. Deb enjoys photography, cooking, gardening, reading, bicycling and other outdoor recreation. Deb and Rocky have [...]

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Megan Rupp is a senior at Princeton High School. She lived in Sauk Rapids through third grade and then moved to Princeton. Her plans, after high school, are to attend one year at Anoka-Ramsey Community College in Cambridge and then transfer to either the University of Minnesota-Duluth or St. Cloud State University. She is interested [...]

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Jamie Jachimiec lives in Greenbush Township in rural Princeton with husband Joe and their four children. The family moved to the area in June of this year and have been gathering information on life in their new location, such as equipment for tilling the soil and landscaping. Jamie spent her growing up years in the [...]

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Charissa Larson is a long-term substitute instructor of family and consumer science (FACS) at Princeton High School this year. Her husband Jared Larson also teaches there, his subject is English. Charissa grew up in Minot, N.D., and Jared in Andover. The two met while attending North Dakota State University (NDSU). She studied apparel and textiles [...]

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Diana Weissenfluh manages the floral department at Coborn’s in Princeton, using her skills from her degree in horticulture and landscape design and her Minnesota florist certification. Diana and her husband Steve, who owns and operates Weissenfluh Excavating, live in the area and have three grown children – Darrick, Shawn and Holly, plus two grandchildren. Diana [...]

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