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Spring turkey hunters hoping to bag a tom during the first two weeks of the season have through Friday, Jan. 25, to apply for a lottery permit, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

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Perch fishing is one of the most exciting and rewarding winter sports we have in the Midwest. The issue is that we have plenty of waterways with smaller fish and just a handful of excellent lakes to choose from. Here is a primer on lake choices and techniques to use during the mid-winter per…

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As cold temperatures begin to make ice on Minnesota lakes, ice anglers and spearers are gearing up for winter fishing action. For many, winter is a time to seek out the eager-to-bite northern pike. This will be the first ice fishing season of new northern pike zone regulations throughout Min…

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Scott Seifert and Shelly Holland, both members of the Clam Company’s ice fishing team, have learned to squeeze every free moment of time into the outdoors. For Scott and Shelly, who are also team members in their private lives, have found ways to expand their love of the outdoors into a busy…

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Minnesota anglers who want to catch a state record northern pike now have a new mark to beat after angler Matthew Swanson of Woodbury has claimed the record with a 45 1/4 inch northern pike caught on the Rainy River.

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Fall fishing for muskies can be magical. It is the time of the year where the temperature can be super warm or absolutely freezing. One day you’re in shorts, the next day you’re wrapped in heavy duty winter clothes. It is also the time of the year when real serious muskie anglers can be foun…

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The University of Augsburg volleyball team, joined by 2016 Princeton High School alumnus Maddie Nierengarten, is headed to the 2018 NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball Tournament.

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Milaca trap has dominated its conference competition during fall seasons and while they are outside the top spot in Conference 6, this season, Coach Dave Totzke is still pretty excited about what he is seeing on Mondays at Deltone-Luth Gun Club in St. Cloud.

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Lake Mille Lacs angler survey results show that state anglers have taken walleye at levels far enough under the state’s safe harvest allocation to pay back a harvest overage accumulated in 2016 and 2017, according to the Department of Natural Resources.

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In 1987, the Milaca Scholarship Foundation was formed to create scholarship opportunities and raise money for local high school students seeking a post-secondary education.

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Most garages are made for cars, but one particular shelter in Baldwin has found a unique use. Instead of housing automobiles it contains medicine balls, dumbbells, and a squat rack. Plus, it’s carpeted – with an old Princeton High School wrestling mat.

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There was plenty of action at Princeton Speedway, last Friday, with several close features, including a race decided by thousandths of a second, and a points leader finishing on his roof.

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After a strong season in the state of Minnesota, the Princeton 18-and-under softball team stepped last weekend to play some of the best teams across the Midwest in the Class A USA Softball Northern National Championships, July 26-29.

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Milaca Legion Post 178 arrived at Solheim Field for the first round of the Sub-State 13 double elimination tournament, last Wednesday, giving themselves not much more than a glimmer of hope to advance to the winners’ bracket. Milaca was fortunate to make it to the tournament at all, survivin…

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With the season on the line in the first round of Sub-State 13, the Milaca Legion Post 178 baseball team reached their defensive positions to begin the eighth inning. Nine black jerseys scattered around the varsity field at Milaca High School to start extra play in a 3-3 tie, but unlike any …

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Few races evoked the night’s namesake ‘Fight to the Finish’ Friday night at Princeton speedway as pole-sitters dominated, raising their oversized fists in the air to show off a one-of-a-kind trophy.

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Solheim Field will be packed with talent for eight days as teams from across the state converge for the 48th annual tournament and the Sub-State 13 American Legion Baseball playoffs to follow.

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On Friday June 22, a man loved by millions around the world stepped into Shooter’s Bar, three miles northeast of Princeton, set up a table in the corner and greeted people with a handshake as he left them with his life story.

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 The Rum River Labor Coalition (RRLC) hosted its 2nd annual “Putting Fore Food” golf tournament at Stones Throw Golf Course in Milaca June 24 and raised a total of $700 to be split among the Milaca, Ogilvie and Princeton food shelves. Area labor organizations participated in the tournament. …

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Princeton Panthers manager Kyle Norman disputed a league-opening forfeit to Quamba during the Eastern Minny League meeting on June 26, but Norman says the league board upheld its previous decision, handing Princeton a loss.

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Last Friday marked the inaugural Bill Siercks Memorial at Princeton Speedway. The Siercks family name has a long history in racing, as Bill started racing at Twin City Speedway at the age of 18. He drove many different cars in many different divisions but got to fulfill a lifelong dream in 2…

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The Princeton Youth Soccer Association [PYSA] pumped up inflatable soccer fields, last Sunday, on the grounds outside Shopko and allowed local kids to enjoy a unique spin on the world’s most popular sport, for free.

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The fourth night of racing is in the books as Princeton Speedway hosted its annual Meet the Drivers night. Following last Friday night’s washout of all the feature events but two, fans and drivers alike were ready to get back in action, especially when it looked like there could be some rain…

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Milaca’s sixth-grade youth basketball team was locked in a battle with Edina on March 11. They were tied 39-39 with eight seconds left in the C2 championship game of the MYAS Grade State Championships.