Ninety eight members of the PHS Choirs arrived Tuesday morning in New York City for the first day of their tour. Students had the opportunity to get their bearings upon arrival via a boat cruise on the Hudson River (pictured) past landmarks like the Statue of Liberty. The day also included a group meal in Chinatown, [...]
A nearly week-long delay in hearing a nursing-facility rate-increase bill for the Elim Care & Rehab Center in Princeton did not spell doom for the legislation. In fact, there was nary a question by House Health and Human Services Finance Committee members when House File 375 was heard today (March 12). Rep. Sondra Erickson, R-Princeton, [...]
ST. CLOUD, Minn.— (8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 10) The Minnesota Department of Transportation advises no unnecessary travel in North Central Minnesota due to heavy snow and freezing rain. Motorists will encounter icy roads and brief lane closures where crashes occur in Aitkin, Crow Wing, Cass, Mille Lacs, Morrison, Todd and Wadena counties; officials do not [...]
Walmart officially opened the doors to its new Princeton store on Friday, Feb. 1 to the roar of enthusiastic associates and applause from Princeton area shoppers. In the photo above, store manager Tim Gould, second from right, cuts the ribbon on the new store. At left is Princeton Mayor Paul Whitcomb, Princeton City Councilmember Victoria [...]
The Princeton Schools are safe and not in danger of being victims of a rumored act of violence. That’s the word from Superintendent Richard Lahn, responding to reports that an act of violence is planned Friday at one of the school district buildings. Anxiety stemming from last Friday’s school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School [...]
Hospital drill hits home after Sandy Hook massacre.