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The Princeton Farmer’s Market Begins Today – 5/27/17

The Princeton Farmer’s Market Begins Today The Princeton Farmer’s Market kicks off this morning (5/27/17). The market will be at 439 S. Main Street in front of the Frontier Building next to the Prouty Building again this year from 8:30 until 1:00. Many of the vendors from past years will be selling fresh fruits, vegetables, baked goods, flowers, herbs, plants and…

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The Princeton Library Reached Its Recycling Goal – 5/27/17

The Princeton Library Reached Its Recycling Goal The Princeton Public library has completed the Trex recycling challenge. The goal was to collect at least 500 pounds of plastic bags in six months to receive a Trex bench made out of recycled plastic. The challenge officially began on April 1st and the goal was met on May 17th. The library will resume collecting plastic bags again on October 1st of this year to attempt another recycling…

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Perry Memorial Hospital Schedule of Events – 5/27/17

Perry Memorial Hospital Schedule of Events Perry Memorial Hospital in Princeton has released their schedule of events for the week. There will be a community blood drive on Thursday from 1:30 until 6 pm on the 4th floor of the hospital. Perry Memorial will also host their annual retiree breakfast on Thursday morning at…

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Reports From the Bureau County States Attorney’s Office – 5/27/17

In reports from the Bureau County States Attorney’s Office, 39 year old Megan Moreland of Buda pleaded guilty to domestic battery. She was ordered to pay $922 in fees and court costs and was placed on conditional discharge for 1 year. 24 year old Jonathon Tillotson of Bureau pleaded guilty to resisting a peace officer. He will pay $602 in fees and court costs and received conditional discharge for 1 year. He also served 4 days in the Bureau County jail. 34 year old Darrell Kessler of…

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Lunch in The Park Kick Off – 5/26/17

Lunch in The Park Kick Off Lunch in the park kicks off today at Soldiers and Sailors park in Princeton. Beginning today Lunch in the Park will be held every Friday from 11am -1pm. This week lunch is provided by Centrue Bank to benefit 1st Responders. Hot Dogs, Brats, Ribeyes, Chips and soda or water will be on the menu. The bake sale will be provided by Open Praire…

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Princeton Public Library Schedule – 5/26/17

Princeton Public Library Schedule The Princeton Public Library has released its schedule of events for the week. The library will be closed on Monday in observance of Memorial Day and on Tuesday morning the youth services story time and craft will begin at…

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Weekend Events at Starved Rock – 5/26/17

Weekend Events at Starved Rock The Starved Rock Lodge and Conference center have a weekend of events planned. Tonight (5/26/17) there will be live music on the veranda from 8 until 11. Tomorrow (5/27/17) the waterfall and canyon tours will take place at 9 and 11 and the take a hike and lunch is also at 11. The historic trolley tour will run at 3:00 and there will be live music on the veranda from 8 until 11. On Sunday (5/28/17) brunch is from 10:30 am until 3 pm and the take a hike and lunch…

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Reports From the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s Office – 5/26/17

In reports from the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s office, 49 year old Sanddy Borem of Spring Valley pleaded guilty to violation of an order of protection and battery. She was ordered to pay a total of $1439 in fees and court costs and was placed on conditional discharge for 2 years. She also served 56 days in the Bureau County jail. 21 year old Kaylee Griglione of Ladd pleaded guilty to domestic battery. She was ordered to pay $902 in fees and court costs and was placed on conditional…

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Illinois Football Dismisses Three Players – 5/25/17

>>Illinois Football Dismisses Three Players Illinois football is dismissing three players following an arrest earlier this month. Head coach Lovie Smith announced yesterday that Zarrian Holcombe, Darta Lee and Howard Watkins were suspended indefinitely. The trio was arrested May 10th on felony charges of residential burglary and aggravated robbery. Police say the three were wearing masks and armed with a BB gun when they entered a student's dorm and went through his dresser and…

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Illinois Superintendents Worry About Finishing Next Year – 5/25/17

>>Illinois Superintendents Worry About Finishing Next Year Most Illinois schools will open in August, even without a state budget. But there are a lot of western Illinois superintendents who say they may not be able to finish. School leaders met with lawmakers in Springfield yesterday. The superintendents say without their state aid payments, some of them may run out of money before the end of the next school…

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