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  • There are also townhomes arranged to Sponsored by Arrowwood Resort Community People FFA students advance to state in record numbers Community People raquo Down Memory Lane Community People raquo City Council Briefs Community People raquo Ditch petition prompts early inspection Community People raquo Public Safety Ask a Trooper Distracted driving The next dangerous epidemic Public Safety raquo Police Report Public Safety raquo Dalbo man charged with stealing 22 000 skid loader Public Safety raquo Firefighters douse vehicle flames Public Safety raquo Communities Princeton Baldwin Mille Lacs County Signup for our Newsletter Education Middle School Honor Roll Education raquo Childhood fair teaches bike safety and produces crazy hair Education raquo School grant boosts Native American education funds liaison Education raquo Vital volunteers make sure flowers flatter the city landscape Education raquo Announcements Browse all Announcements Obituaries Death Notices In Memory Births Birthdays Graduations Engagements Weddings Anniversaries Congratulations Reunions Place your announcement Place an obituary Newspapers In Education Government State should embrace clean water infrastructure plan Government raquo Brown Lestrud get DFL nod in District 15 Government raquo Wastewater treatment plant catches eyes of Klobuchar Nolan Government raquo Mathews Erickson endorsed by GOP Government raquo Classifieds Browse all Classifieds Employment Wheels Rentals Real Estate Services Pets Farm Merchandise Sales Sporting Place your ad today Opinion Columns Spring cleaning to help others in need Opinion Columns raquo Honoring a remarkable educator Opinion Columns raquo Dorr Whether you were a fan or not Prince will stand tall forever in the music world Opinion Columns raquo Minnesotans are getting armed Opinion Columns raquo Public Notices Mortgage Foreclosures Postponements Certificates of Assumed Name County City Townships School Board Agendas and Ordinances Notice of Public Hearings Public Notices Advertisement for Bids Notice of Sales Notice of Court Hearings Summons Probates Order to Show Cause Financial Statements Delinquent

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  • Ask a Trooper – Distracted driving: The next dangerous epidemic |
    older I understand that it is illegal for anyone under that age to be on a cell phone Does that apply to a hands free device such as a blue tooth Answer Anyone under 18 years of age may NOT operate a vehicle while using a cell phone whether handheld or hands free when the vehicle is in motion A driver with a provisional license may use a cell phone to call 911 in case of an emergency So a hands free device while a vehicle is in motion is also illegal for someone under 18 Vehicles in motion also apply to someone stopped at a stop sign stop light and stopped in traffic in general The exception of obtaining emergency assistance is quite limited in my professional opinion Calling 911 would be a good example Calling mom and dad to let them know you are late should be done before you put the vehicle in motion Minnesota is involved in a serious effort to reduce the fatalities and serious injury crashes on our roadways It involves a partnership with a mission of Towards Zero Deaths TZD I believe distracted driving is the next dangerous epidemic plaguing our roadways and the statistics show that Distracted driving contributes to one in four crashes in Minnesota Ask yourself what the most important text message you ever sent or received Now ask yourself is that text worth your life or another life on the road Help us put an end to distracted driving Before you get in the car put away the phone adjust your radio and enter your location into your GPS If you re a passenger speak up if someone drives distracted A portion of state statutes were used with permission from the Office of the Revisor of Statutes If you

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  • Firefighters douse vehicle flames |
    in flames around 4 p m April 21 on Rum River Drive just north of the roundabout and Highway 95 A bystander said she d been working in her yard when the SUV came down the road on fire then pulled off Rum River Drive into a driveway parking lot She said just after the car parked she heard a sound like a small explosion The bystander said it looked like everyone had exited the vehicle and was OK Police Chief Todd Frederick said nobody had been injured by the fire but that the vehicle was in flames when officers and firefighters arrived The blaze was was quickly extinguished and traffic was diverted around the commotion for a short time because the emergency vehicles parked partially in the northbound lane near the scene The vehicle had pulled into the driveway and had not crashed into the building near where it stopped Frederick said all indicators seemed to show that the fire had been in the engine compartment of the SUV He said other people reported hearing a loud popping sound but said it isn t unusual when a car is on fire for a tire or an engine component to

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  • Childhood fair teaches bike safety and produces crazy hair |
    Photo Reprints Advertising Information Contact Us Subscribe Jobs Classifieds Sections Communities Search By Princeton Union Eagle Education Childhood fair teaches bike safety and produces crazy hair Published April 26 2016 at 8 20 pm By Princeton Union Eagle Princeton s Early Childhood Family Education department held a fair type event Saturday for children 0 5 that included all kinds of fun and educational activities such as a bike safety course outdoors where 17 month old Abel Haapala rode a tricycle for the first time At first he frowned about wearing a helmet until his dad Jacob pushed him around the course a few times and he realized how much fun it was When kids finished the safety course complete with a stop sign they received a bicycle driver s license to take home Most of the children who attended the Princeton School District s Early Childhood Family Education fair Saturday ended up with a head full of crazy colored and crazily styled hair Filed Under princeton early childhood family education Post navigation Previous Next ECM Weather Click for Weather Today Tonight Upcoming Events Take a free computer class April 27 1 00 pm 3 00 pm Take a free computer

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  • School grant boosts Native American education, funds liaison |
    toward Native American students and education For example said this year Dr Anton Treurer an author and professor will speak to 6th grade students about state history which coincides with when they begin to talk about that subject in classes Espe said Treurer will also speak to teachers at the beginning of the next school year A few administrators traveled on Monday to Onamia for the Native American home school liaison regional meeting All the freshmen from Princeton High School made a trip Tuesday to the Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Depot Hess is glad to see the efforts and said there is a lot to learn for example about different tribes and their contributions He said the parent advisory committee has some sharp people on it and several are Native American or have some degree of natural or adopted American Indian heritage He said about the committee I think that s the goal of the whole thing is to improve and better the lives of Native American children His kids hard luck history breaks hearts and includes a past family life characterized by terrible abuse neglect instability drugs incarceration and other hard times The kids were in unacceptable foster care conditions when the Hesses met them He s been impressed with the wonderful group he found at Princeton schools and said his kids have made tremendous progress Still he said Native American children in general frequently experience discrimination based on their culture which is often misunderstood Some of the kids have ADHD anxiety depression and other problems so they need extra help Hess also said they don t get many opportunities to learn about their Native American heritage Hess knows some of the struggles families face and said I just want to do a little bit to help Native

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  • Obituaries |
    April 21 2016 at 12 45 pm Announcements raquo Hannah Marie Dehn 1 lb 4 oz Haley Ann Dehn 1 lb 2 oz born 4 9 16 passed 4 11 16 Two angels touched our hearts forever Survived by parents Jessie and Gerrin Dehn of Watford City N D sibling Kaydence Dehn of Mankato MN Grandparents Larry and Karrie Dehn of Oak Park MN Step father Bennie A Meyer Published April 20 2016 at 2 15 pm Announcements raquo Bennie A Meyer age 92 of Princeton died on Tuesday April 19 2016 at Fairview Northland Hospital in Princeton Bennie was born September 22 1923 to John and Martha Hoeft Meyer Bennie grew up on his family s farm in Princeton and attended Princeton High School graduating in 1941 He began Eddy Kepple Published April 18 2016 at 5 45 pm Announcements raquo Eddy Thomas Kepple age 79 of St Michael passed away Sunday April 17 2016 Eddy was born on April 9 1937 in New Hope MN the son of Anton and Lucy Truax Kepple He is survived by his children Alicia Kepple and John Kepple fiancé Vicky Hess grandchildren David Lisa Kepple Jade Elizabeth L Negley Published April 12 2016 at 12 45 pm Announcements raquo Elizabeth Lucille Negley age 79 died Thursday April 7 2016 at Carefree Assisted Living in Babbitt MN She was born July 16 1936 in Minneapolis MN the daughter of Theodore and Elise Fay Almquist She graduated from St Francis High School Beth was united in marriage to Gordon L Negley Irma Becker Published April 11 2016 at 5 45 pm Announcements raquo Irma O Dell Becker 98 of Princeton formerly of Elk River passed away peacefully of natural causes on Tuesday April 5 2016 at Elim Home Care Center Irma was born Feb

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  • There are also townhomes arranged to Sponsored by Arrowwood Resort Community People FFA students advance to state in record numbers Community People raquo Down Memory Lane Community People raquo City Council Briefs Community People raquo Ditch petition prompts early inspection Community People raquo Public Safety Ask a Trooper Distracted driving The next dangerous epidemic Public Safety raquo Police Report Public Safety raquo Dalbo man charged with stealing 22 000 skid loader Public Safety raquo Firefighters douse vehicle flames Public Safety raquo Communities Princeton Baldwin Mille Lacs County Signup for our Newsletter Education Middle School Honor Roll Education raquo Childhood fair teaches bike safety and produces crazy hair Education raquo School grant boosts Native American education funds liaison Education raquo Vital volunteers make sure flowers flatter the city landscape Education raquo Announcements Browse all Announcements Obituaries Death Notices In Memory Births Birthdays Graduations Engagements Weddings Anniversaries Congratulations Reunions Place your announcement Place an obituary Newspapers In Education Government State should embrace clean water infrastructure plan Government raquo Brown Lestrud get DFL nod in District 15 Government raquo Wastewater treatment plant catches eyes of Klobuchar Nolan Government raquo Mathews Erickson endorsed by GOP Government raquo Classifieds Browse all Classifieds Employment Wheels Rentals Real Estate Services Pets Farm Merchandise Sales Sporting Place your ad today Opinion Columns Spring cleaning to help others in need Opinion Columns raquo Honoring a remarkable educator Opinion Columns raquo Dorr Whether you were a fan or not Prince will stand tall forever in the music world Opinion Columns raquo Minnesotans are getting armed Opinion Columns raquo Public Notices Mortgage Foreclosures Postponements Certificates of Assumed Name County City Townships School Board Agendas and Ordinances Notice of Public Hearings Public Notices Advertisement for Bids Notice of Sales Notice of Court Hearings Summons Probates Order to Show Cause Financial Statements Delinquent

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