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.
A politically contentious agenda item created pre-election friction during the Princeton City Council’s Oct. 22 meeting, its last gathering before Nov. 3.
Due to a legal challenge to the absentee ballot extension of seven days, the U.S. Court of A…
The Milaca Public School District has been given guidance from Mille Lacs County Public Heal…
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 Youth Hockey Association faces a six-figure financial challenge after an unexpected floor failure dumped refrigerant from the Princeton Ice Center’s East Rink.
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.
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.
I had my Sunday all planned out. I was going to Minneapolis, for the first time since February in this pandemic year, to watch a granddaughter play tennis, drive back to Princeton and watch what was left of the Vikings game, and then spend three hours gathering and mulching leaves. But now t…
Over the past few weeks, we have published an editorial series about important election issues, including race relations, police reform, health care, the COVID-19 response, the economy and climate change.
Minnesotans take great pride in our abundant natural resources. Whether we are fishing in a crystal clear lake, taking the pontoon along the shore near the cabin, or bicycling on one of the state’s expansive and scenic trails, we appreciate the beauty and bounties of this state.
The best tonic for our cratered COVID-19 economy is deep suppression of both virus and disease through vaccines and better therapeutics. We long to return to a semblance of normal and full employment.