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Icy road conditions appeared to be the result of at least one serious crash in the Princeton area on Tuesday, April 23. A CenterPoint Energy van rolled over on its top as a result of a two-vehicle crash at about 7 a.m. in the southbound lane of Highway 169 where the Highway 95 entrance ramp […]

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Princeton High School speech students Brian Kunz, Alicia Aho, Kenny Cowles, Matt Kreft and Gino Fraboni would have liked it if they all could have been together in the room of Thor Mattick, PHS English teacher and head speech coach, after school last Friday. They could have helped each other that afternoon in preparing for […]

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• All evening activities in the Princeton School District have been canceled because of the weather — including the band concert. • Monthly VFW meeting has been cancelled. If there are any questions please call the Post at 389-9959.  

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Pictured above is the aftermath of a Saturday house fire at 31 3rd Street E. in the city of Pease. The Princeton Fire Department assisted the Milaca Fire Department with the fire, which was reported by a 911 call at 5:47 p.m. on Saturday, April 13. Christopher and Laurie Hoffman resided in the home. The […]

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A winter storm hit the Princeton area Thursday morning with snow that was accumulating fast through mid morning. In the photo above, a crew member at the Dairy Queen on Rum River Dr. shovels snow from in front of the business at about 9 a.m. Thursday morning. (Photo by Joel Stottrup)

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A big change is coming next fall at Princeton High School. Principal Pete Olson announced at an April 3 staff meeting that he will be retiring at the end of the school year. Olson met with retirement planners over spring break on the Thursday before Easter. Based on his age (he’ll be a young retiree […]

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North Elementary collected 870 items for the Princeton Area Pantry during a school food drive during March Food Month. Pictured above is the North Elementary student council and a bus from Palmer Bus Company, which transported food from North Elementary and the middle school. 

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