Members of the Princeton High School Band traveled to Los Angeles the week before Easter to play concerts and soak up as much music culture and exchange as possible during the Sunday-to-Saturday trip.
What probably sounds like a flurry of acronyms and abbreviations spells out cuts of about 7 percent that will affect the staff and working clients of the Developmental Achievement Centers in Princeton and Milaca.
The historic Great Northern Depot in Princeton provided a perfect backdrop for the Civic Betterment Club’s annual Ladies Tea March 24, where about 90 women, most wearing fancy hats, sipped, snacked and socialized.
Members of the Princeton High School Band traveled to Los Angeles the week before Easter to …
25 years ago - 1993
25 years ago - 1993
The Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,097 more calls for service in Zimmerman…
A request to amend a Zimmerman ordinance to allow commercial outdoor recreational activities…
A possible housing development project in Princeton and the potential routes of its sewer and water infrastructure sparked discussion among the Baldwin Township supervisors at their April 2 meeting, and they agreed they wouldn’t approve any requests needed to come across township property.
The signs and employees confirm it: Shopko of Princeton will close after 25 years in the community.
The Princeton Napa Auto Parts store moves this weekend – April 14 and 15 – from its location at the corner of Rum River Drive North and Second Street North to the Princeton Mall at 111 Rum River Drive South.
Who does a Canadian resort call to fix its float plane after it sustained heavy damage? One of the go-to guys is Duane Kruse of Kruse Aviation in Princeton.
Milaca’s newest coming-soon food option has drawn many potential customers well in advance of its grand opening, targeted for May, say owner Carvin “Buzz” Buzzell, of Milaca, and manager Alix Sjodin, of Ogilvie.
One of the five candidates running for Congress in Minnesota’s Eighth District is Leah Phifer. She claims to be a Democrat and has been running for about a year against our Congressional Representative Rick Nolan before he decided to retire.
I like the words of Jesus I found this week in “The Five Gospels” translation of Matthew 6:24. The verse ends with the words, “You can’t be enslaved to both God and a bank account.” When I read that, forgive me, I immediately thought of President Trump, whose God, I think, is spelled m-o-n-e…
This is the first in a series of editorials by the ECM Editorial Board, examining affordable housing issues in Minnesota and potential solutions.
Chances are you’ve seen it where you live or work. Homes are being built again, jobs are plentiful and new apartments are sprouting faster than many Minnesotans can remember. The housing crisis and Great Recession are assuredly over.
When U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., was pressured to resign by Senate Democrats in early January, a series of consequences unfolded that revealed a weakness in the Minnesota Constitution that needs to be addressed.