A group of actors from Princeton High School are in the waning moments before their one-act play is set to hit center stage on Friday night.
One of the area’s fastest growing convenience stores welcomed its first Princeton gas and baked goods customers during an early morning grand opening Thursday, Jan. 10.
Princeton Mayor Brad Schumacher takes different approach to council appointment
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A group of actors from Princeton High School are in the waning moments before their one-act …
Members of Milaca Hansen-Hayes American Legion Post 178 are starting off the new year on an extremely positive financial note thanks to an anonymous $100,000 donation.
A $6 billion nationwide overhaul adds modern experience to fast dining
For many Minnesota farmers, 2018 was a tough year financially. But free, confidential help is available for those who are struggling.
Adams Publishing Group announced Dec. 3 they have purchased the assets of the Daily Jefferson County Union and the affiliated Hometown News Limited Partnership from W.D. Hoard & Sons Company. The Daily Jefferson County Union and the affiliated Hometown News Limited Partnership publish 13…
Some people refer to the present time as the post-Christian era, and for sure many people are leaving the Church. It’s happened before. I figure what ever occurs, it happens under God, so few things really change.
With the recent discussion over whether it’s time for America to pull its troops out of Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq, this all reminded me of events surrounding America’s involvement in Vietnam. Looking back on it now over 40 years later, it is very hard not to make a comparison. The comparis…
Remember penny postcards? Remember when we had air mail stamps that you used when you wanted to get a letter to California or New York a little faster? Heck, remember when a first class stamp cost only 15 cents just 40 years ago?
As the administration of Gov. Tim Walz prepares to lead Minnesota for the next four years, the former congressman from Mankato will certainly face hurdles and challenges. One thing is certain for the new governor: Minnesota is much better off today than it was eight years ago.
A closer look at this month’s election results suggests that Minnesota is much in need of healing.
The Tuesday, Nov. 6 election has an overwhelming national focus that may be obliterating views of important local issues. This fall, 35 Minnesota school districts are presenting their voters with critical property tax levy questions to fund school operations. In addition, 25 school districts…