Effective Monday, July 6, Adams Publishing Group, the parent company of the Union-Times and Town & Country, will be opening its office doors after a pandemic-related closure.
Princeton and Milaca school district officials quickly turned to social media to provide updates about COVID-19 fall planning timelines after reopening scenarios were released by two state agencies.
Almost 200 people recently gathered to celebrate diversity in Princeton, using a two-prong approach to learn about society’s race-related inequities.
Princeton city leaders selected a familiar face when unanimously approving an applicant to fill a vacant Princeton Public Utilities Commission position.
A Princeton woman, Heather Marie Deitrich, 33, has been charged with numerous felonies, including aiding and abetting the promotion of prostitution of a minor under 13 years and the dissemination of pornographic material.
Arrival time planning and attentive driving were critical considerations for those who attended Princeton’s drive-through graduation for the Class of 2020 Friday night.
Banners honoring each senior from the Princeton High School Class of 2020 were installed this week on utility light poles located throughout the city.
Memorial Day 2020 photos from Milaca area and Princeton ceremonies conducted earlier today at rural and city cemeteries. ---Managing Editor Tim Hennagir---
Post members from veteran service organizations in Princeton and Milaca will assemble next Monday to honor the fallen for Memorial Day, but services in both communities have been modified because of the COVID-19 health crisis.
Details of Princeton’s May 29 drive-through graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020 were released last week by Principal Barb Muckenhirn via email.
As part of a continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sherburne County Government Center is getting ready to re-open for business.
Early last month, Princeton’s Emergency Management Team alerted the public that the play structures located in all city of Princeton parks would be closed.
The Union-Times is getting ready to publish graduation special editions for both high schools in the coming weeks. Milaca’s graduation salute will publish Thursday, May 21, within a single-section paper; Princeton’s graduation salute will publish Thursday, May 28. Both salutes will feature g…
Former district court judge and city attorney Steven A. Anderson’s legal career included four decades of service to Mille Lacs County and Princeton.
Local school superintendents are working to coordinate graduation plans in an ever-changing planning environment, incorporating just released guidance from the Minnesota Department of Education.
Officials released public health guidance Friday for high school and college graduation ceremonies amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Large, in-person graduation ceremonies will not be allowed indoors or in football stadiums.
Hundreds of distilled spirits producers across the country have responded to the COVID-19 crisis by producing needed supplies of hand sanitizer.
Editor's Note: The Princeton Senior Party Committee has announced the cancellation of the 2020 Senior Party and issued the following statement in a letter to parents:
Princeton and Milaca each honored the Class of 2020 by participating in "Be the Light" celebrations Monday night, April 20. Football and baseball fields as well as M Health Fairview and the Mille Lacs County Fairgrounds were lit to honor senior high school students in both communities as wel…
During this time of “stay home” under executive orders from Gov. Tim Walz, many kids are not able to celebrate their birthdays with friends and family.
The Kottke Family of Princeton organized a special adventure Sunday featuring Flip the Bunny. The holiday rabbit hopped aboard the family pickup for an around-the-town trek to visit children and adults. Flip’s progress going north to south was tracked via Facebook. Amy Kottke organized the e…
Jeremy Peterson was reading the local paper earlier this week when he saw congregations’ advertised plans to conduct Easter services in parking lots.
Eternity Church Pastors Phillip and Donna Larson faced a logistical task of biblical proportions when it came to preparations for this Sunday’s Easter service.
School districts in Princeton and Milaca are meeting challenges and finding success with distance learning strategies developed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As Minnesota continues to maintain a stay-at-home order to buy time in the fight against COVID-19, two area companies are fabricating critical parts used to make desperately needed hospital ventilators.
Utility customers – those receiving electricity and water from Princeton Public Utilities and separate sewer service from the city – will have their billing late fees waived as a cost-savings measure prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
As state and federal officials desperately work to “flatten the curve” and the impact of COVID-19 cases on our healthcare system, many local businesses have experienced the devastating results of an economy that has ground to a halt.
Princeton Superintendent Ben Barton has provided the following District 477 COVID-19 update. This information is also being sent to district families.
Administration and faculty have spent the last week frantically planning what distance learning will look like since Gov. Tim Walz ordered Minnesota schools close from March 18-27 due to COVID-19 concerns.
Ah, the irony of it all! For those of us staying at home, staring at empty calendars, there is abundant time to read – and the library is closed.
Mayor Brad Schumacher used his authority under state statutes Thursday to declare a local state of emergency in the city of Princeton.
While concerns about the COVID-19 coronavirus are nearly impossible to avoid, it was a fairly normal Sunday morning for local school administrators.
Local chamber of commerce executive directors have been busy revising their March community event calendars as the COVID-19 outbreak has evolved.
Members of the Princeton School Board conducted a rare emergency meeting Sunday afternoon and ultimately decided to close school starting Tuesday, March 17.
School and community leadership decided Sunday afternoon that Princeton Public schools will remain open and in session through Monday, March 16.
School superintendents in Princeton and Milaca have responded to Gov.Tim Walz’s Sunday morning announcement Minnesota K-12 schools will be closed starting Wednesday, March 18, through Friday, March 27, as a result of the COVID-19 virus.
Following Minnesota Department of Health and Minnesota Historical Society recommendations regarding the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Mille Lacs County Historical Society closed at noon today (Saturday, Marcy 14) and will remain closed through March 31, 2020.