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Minnesota’s 1,781 townships will each hold their annual town meeting on Tuesday, March 12. Known as Township Day, these annual meetings are held every year on the second Tuesday in March. Residents of the townships will meet to voice their opinions about local issues with other township resi…

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Monday night’s Milaca School Board special meeting was a night all of the board members as well as some of the community had hoped to avoid when Milaca-area voters hit the polls in November and voted down a bond and operating referendum that would have allowed Milaca Public Schools to make i…

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Five people were arrested and face drug charges after the Sherburne County Drug Task Force executed a search warrant and found methamphetamine at a Princeton Township residence.

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Did you know that February is Love to Read month? The Princeton Area Library challenges you to reach your reading goals with the Hot Reads for Cold Nights Adult Winter Reading Program. It’s already in full swing and runs until March 5. Pick up an entry form at the library and then read or li…

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The Minnesota Bankers Association (MBA) has recognized 35 Minnesota banks for their community involvement. Banks play a vital role in their communities and to honor and recognize their involvement, the MBA created the Community Champion recognition program.

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At the Jan. 22 regular meeting of the Milaca Public Schools board, I presented recommendations on the budget for this coming year. As a result of the bond and operating referendum failing in May 2018, adjustments are needed. The district asked the community for an operating levy due to decre…

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I have been concerned for some time now about an unsafe intersection in downtown Milaca. I am referring to the corner of Central Avenue and Fifth Street. On the east side of the intersection, there is a chiropractic clinic and on the west side of the intersection is where Hobnetti’s Pizza is…

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In November, voters in the Milaca Public School District opted to vote down a bond and operating referendum that would have allowed the district to make improvements and address a number of its needs.

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The Sanctuary at St. Cloud, an assisted living and memory care community, is hosting ongoing events to help people learn more about Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.