Golfers and spectators at Milaca Scholarship Foundation’s 30th Annual Ultra Golf Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 8 were among the first to hear the news: A Milaca High School alumnus, who wishes to remain anonymous, stepped forward with an unprecedented gift and a challenge to the Milaca commu…
One of the topics discussed around the Princeton City Council work session table Sept. 6 was the inevitable retirement of Skar, the Police Department’s 7-year-old K-9 officer.
Volunteers from the Ruff Start Rescue organization in Princeton welcomed an express bus Aug. 25 carrying special cargo, several canines in need of foster homes within the network and then permanent homes. The bus brought animals from Houston, Texas, as part of a collaborative effort many org…
The Princeton City Council has discussed at recent meetings the need to fund not one fire engine but two, after the department’s ladder truck failed an inspection this summer and was removed from service.
Question: Biscuits or cornbread?
Sandy Lake boat launch approved for overhaul
Many people remember the joy of seeing the little red bug with black polka-dots during the s…
25 years ago - 1993
25 years ago - 1993
Veteran homelessness continues to plague the country.
Amy Soderholm of Princeton and sister Mary Schulke of Oak Grove opened the local Papa Murphy’s in 2015 and this year took home the company’s Rookie of the Year award from the Las Vegas conference where they attended educational business sessions. The sisters opened a second store in Circle P…
Anytime Fitness in Princeton recently celebrated its one-year anniversary under owners Liz and Dan Tveite, of Elk River and their daughter, Kristi Tveite, of Mora.
Many area residents know of HC Photography in Milaca, but they may not know that as of this summer, owners Christine and Russ Hugg took a big leap of expansion and opened a one-of-a-kind event center on property near their rural-Milaca home, about 6 miles north of the city.
Construction on the Princeton Kwik Trip started last week on the 4.4-acre parcel of raw land south of Caribou Coffee near Highway 169. Kwik Trip says the Princeton store will open Jan. 10 and hold a ribbon cutting ceremony Jan. 31. The business is expected to bring an estimated 25 to 30 jobs…
I read a daily paper every day, sometimes two, and there are always things that surprise me. And I quite regularly disagree with things on the editorial pages, although I find myself agreeing with some opinions that I might not have previously. Read on.
I don't remember much from the Latin class I took in high school that my father, a Lutheran minister, coerced me to sign up for. After all, it was 60 years ago.
As Minnesota students return to school, for most families, the key questions involve their own youngsters. Will they be encouraged and challenged? Will they be safe? Will their individual needs be identified and met?
Minnesotans savor every minute of summer. We are feverishly out and about – boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, biking – you name it, we do it — with great pleasure and enthusiasm. These beautiful sun-filled days will be gone before we know it, we must enjoy now.
Every family needs to have a place to call home – a cozy bed, a kitchen stocked with food and a secure roof overhead. Beyond shelter requirements, home offers us sanctuary from the stresses of life, a place for children to do their homework and for social interaction.
Was it election-year politics in hyper drive? Have the darker impulses of factionalism and resentment that are troubling much of the world taken root in Minnesota? And what happens now?