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The Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors made its decision Tuesday on the fate of fall sports during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In little over a month, if COVID-19 county-based case rates do not change in a negative way, students in Princeton Public Schools will return to district buildings according to two learning models.
Milaca Public Schools continues to analyze recent Minnesota Department of Education information to determine the safest way to reopen this fall.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation has announced motorists who travel on U.S. Highwa…
The Princeton Community Table will make its long awaited return after being put on hold due …
The Milaca Public School District didn’t have to look too far to find its new superintendent.
Fairview’s Northland Medical Center has officially requested Princeton allocate some of its federal funding to help offset non-reimbursable costs the hospital has or will incur in response to COVID-19.
Local chamber of commerce executive directors are busy this week distributing a one-time shipment of state-provided COVID-19 disposable masks.
Two Princeton businesses are among 14 state bars and restaurants that have received warning letters from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety’s Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division regarding COVID-19 compliance.
Princeton city leaders selected a familiar face when unanimously approving an applicant to fill a vacant Princeton Public Utilities Commission position.
As we make our way through the winter of our years, most of us find there are some good things about getting that old, and some not-as-good things, with the not-as-good, at least in in some cases, maybe passing up the list of good things.
Headlines sometimes catch my eye and sometimes they don't. One did last week in an opinion piece in the Star Tribune, although it was the subhead that was more compelling.
So Roger Stone got off the hook despite repeatedly lying to members of Congress (five counts), as well as tampering with a witness and his obstruction of a congressional investigation. Word came a few days ago that President Donald Trump commuted the 40-month sentence that Stone was about to…
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, police reform and civil unrest captured voters’ attention, the nation was in a longstanding debate about how to reform our immigration system. On one extreme, we have some who want to open up our borders to everyone, and on the other, we have those who want to s…
If the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis has taught us anything it is that police and social justice reform are sorely needed in Minnesota. One reform that must be tackled is the ever-growing achievement gap in public education and the fact children of color, American Indian children and …
As the coronavirus pandemic has burned across the United States, we’ve heard a lot about frontline heroes. The efforts by doctors, nurses, health care workers and first responders are immeasurable to the country.