Mayor Pete Pedersen remains concerned about M Fairview Health Services' decision to close the Milaca clinic and pharmacy the first week in December.
Light-Up Princeton, the new holiday event planned by the city and the Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce, continues to receive community financial support.
City leaders are scheduled to receive and review information Thursday night regarding the possible expansion of the Princeton Public Utilities Commission.
A ceremonial groundbreaking for the $280,000 Milaca Area Veterans Memorial has been set for 3:30 p.m. next Wednesday, Nov. 11. in Trimble Park.
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.
A number of Princeton community organizations and church groups conducted spooktacular, somewhat scary, and downright fun Halloween happenings Saturday.
Area Halloween celebrations kicked off Friday, Oct. 30, from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. with the city of Milaca’s Daytime Trick or Treat and the Jack-O’-Lantern Trail. Participants followed the pumpkin flags to Trick or Treat at participating businesses throughout the city.
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.
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.
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.
Lights, camera, and a return to movie-showing action will occur Friday night at the Milaca Theatre when owners Bill and Jessica Wright reopen at 25% capacity.
Gov. Tim Walz and state officials have announced plans for the phased reopening of bars, restaurants and places of "public accommodation.”
Milaca City Council members conducted two special meetings last week to address the continuing economic impact of the COVID-19 health crisis.
City leaders will conduct a special meeting at 3 p.m. today to consider passage of a COVID-19-related resolution declaring Milaca business-friendly community.
Hundreds of distilled spirits producers across the country have responded to the COVID-19 crisis by producing needed supplies of hand sanitizer.
The Minnesota State High School league announced Thursday, April 23, that all spring sports and activities would be canceled for the 2019-2020 season.
Minnesota took a step towards normal life amid the coronavirus chaos April 17, as Gov. Tim Walz announced the expansion of acceptable outdoor activities. The list of allowable activities now includes boating, fishing, hunting, hiking and, to the pleasure of the Princeton and Milaca golf cour…
Princeton’s Pizza Barn continues to stay busy providing chicken dinners for the community despite COVID-19’s grip on the nation. In the weeks since the local restaurant decided to provide the dinners for the elderly, it has donated over 140 meals for those who have reached out.
Gov. Tim Walz today issued Executive Order 20-38, which expands allowable outdoor recreational activities. The changes will allow Minnesotans to continue to enjoy the outdoors close to home while following social distancing guidelines.
There really isn’t an industry script written for what Milaca Theatre owners Bill and Jessica Wright are experiencing during the COVID-19 crisis.
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.
In response to COVID-19, M Health Fairview is transitioning several of its primary care clinics to virtual care services.
An unsigned artist created these sidewalk messages in front of the Pizza Pub in Princeton. The colorful phrases in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on the community offered hope and inspiration to take out customers and walkers. ---Managing Editor Tim Hennagir---
Local chamber of commerce executive directors have been busy revising their March community event calendars as the COVID-19 outbreak has evolved.
During a Feb. 6 work session, city leaders learned it was time to fill another vacant Princeton Public Utilities Commission position.
Residents filled the Milaca council chambers Thursday, Jan. 16, to learn the fate of a controversial zoning request involving a historic city business building.
The Milaca Planning Commission’s first meeting of the year featured a heated hearing about a controversial rezoning request.
Milaca City Council members will consider a controversial rezoning request that if approved could pave the way for possible development of a taproom brewery in a new general business district.
Princeton Public Utilities Electric Superintendent Jon Brooks retired Tuesday after 39 years of service to the community.
Area law enforcement officers made the holiday season brighter for a group of Princeton students and their families with a special visit to a local retailer.
Barry Schreiber, local historian and curator of the Mille Lacs County Historical Society museum, has a single goal when he takes an audience back in time.
Like most pizza lovers, John and Denise Scharber were disappointed when Hobnetti’s, a longtime downtown Milaca business fixture, closed last May.