Light-Up Princeton, the new holiday event planned by the city and the Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce, has transformed Riverside Park Campground into an illuminated and animated wonderland.
Light-Up Princeton, the new holiday event planned by the city and the Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce, continues to receive community financial support.
“We have to shift to a full distance learning model for K-12,” Superintendent Ben Barton reported earlier this week. He provided an update late Monday in the Tiger Times, the district’s online newsletter that’s emailed to parents and families.
City leaders are scheduled to receive and review information Thursday night regarding the possible expansion of the Princeton Public Utilities Commission.
It took a while, and a few days of absentee ballot counting, but Thom Walker was successful in his election quest to unseat incumbent Brad Schumacher.
Sherburne County has been receiving some inquiries regarding the validity of votes cast during this year’s general election.
Mille Lacs County has completed counting absentee ballots received on or before Election Day, Nov. 3, 2020.
Princeton’s Riverside Park Campground will be transformed into an illuminated wonderland later this month in conjunction with a new holiday event being planned by the city and the Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce.
Princeton voters defeated a ballot question Tuesday that if approved, would have eliminated positions held by Princeton Public Utilities Chairman Greg Hanson, Commissioner Dan Erickson, and Commissioner Richard Schwartz.
Vote totals for the Princeton City Council race have increased after additional absentee ballot counting.
Princeton mayoral race vote totals have been updated after a day-long count of absentee ballots by Mille Lacs County.
Sherburne County election staff are still tabulating Absentee Ballots that were received during the past week.
Three of four incumbents were re-elected Tuesday night to seats on the Princeton School Board.
Princeton Mayor Brad Schumacher is heading for a second term in office, leading against challenger Thom Walker.
A number of Princeton community organizations and church groups conducted spooktacular, somewhat scary, and downright fun Halloween happenings Saturday.
Public safety departments around the Union-Times coverage area celebrated Halloween Saturday by handing out treats at community events according to COVID-19 safety protocols. Pictured are personnel from the Northeast Sherburne Fire & Rescue Department in Baldwin Township, Foreston Fire D…
Due to a legal challenge to the absentee ballot extension of seven days, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has overruled a state-approved consent decree extending the deadline for submitting absentee and mail ballots.
Several Milaca and Princeton community organizations and church groups have announced their spooktacular, scary, and downright fun Halloween happenings.
Princeton Evangelical Free Church became a second-day headquarters Monday for those involved in the search for an 80-year-old woman who was been missing since Friday afternoon, when she left the Mora area in a vehicle.
In accordance with the governor's mandate and directions from MDH, MDE, Mille Lacs and Sherburne County Public Health Departments, the Princeton School District will move into Distance Learning for middle school, high school, ALC and Onward students, and into the Hybrid Model for primary and…
The Princeton volleyball team was geared up to kickoff its season starting with a home match against Cambridge-Isanti Thursday, Oct. 8.
Princeton voters will decide Nov. 3 whether or not to eliminate the Princeton Public Utilities Commission’s three members.
Princeton Public Utilities has a “Know Before You Vote” button prominently placed in the top left corner of the electric and water utility’s website page.
The Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce will host two local Election 2020 candidate forums in the month of October.
The Princeton Youth Hockey Association faces a six-figure financial challenge after an unexpected floor failure dumped refrigerant from the Princeton Ice Center’s East Rink.
Obtaining a leadership role in a district that values strong relationships was the perfect career change scenario for new Princeton Middle School principal Charlie Bakker, who has replaced former Principal Dan Voce.
A recent five-day itinerary for Congressman Pete Stauber’s started with onstituent listening session and ended with a vice presidential campaign visit.
Princeton School District Superintendent Ben Barton has a simple request for parents and students at the start of an unprecedented school year. His message is straightforward: It’s going to take a true team effort to educate children during a continuing pandemic.
Princeton Public Utilities Commission members presented a unified response to a city action that could result in their removal if voters OK a Nov. 3 ballot question.
Princeton voters will decide this fall whether or not to eliminate the Princeton Public Utilities Commission’s three members.
Princeton voters will decide this fall whether or not to eliminate the Princeton Public Utilities Commission via a ballot question.
The fate of a proposed Nov. 3 ballot question to address the possible elimination of the Princeton Public Utilities Commission will come down to a special meeting.
Princeton voters could have the option to eliminate the Princeton Public Utilities Commission via a ballot question this November if city leaders decide to take action after discussing a surprise and controversial agenda item.
The filing period for city and school board elections in Milaca and Princeton closed Tuesday, Aug. 11.
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.
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.