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Panthers fall short in district road game

Panthers fall short in district road game

Prosper – Rock Hill (2-2, 1-1 district) defeated Princeton(2-2, 0-2) by the final score of 42-34.  Donovan Shannon was the player of the game for Rock Hill as he rushed for 244 yards and 5 touchdowns.      All in all, it was a fairly...

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Juneteenth BLM rally educates, advocates

Juneteenth BLM rally educates, advocates

Chanting “Black Lives Matter,” “No Justice, No Peace,” “George Floyd,” and “Breonna Taylor,” a group marched through downtown Princeton last week as part of rally supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. The peaceful rally was held on Juneteenth, Friday, June 19,...

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PHS season football tickets

PHS season football tickets

Current Jackie Hendricks Stadium season ticket holders can renew their reserved seats for the 2020 football season between July 1-15. “Trade days/swap week” will be July 16-24. If you are interested in changing your seat location, you must first renew your current...

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Vouchers go in mail this week

Vouchers go in mail this week

The city of Princeton, with funding from Princeton Economic Development Corporation, will mail $25 vouchers this month to households that can be redeemed at businesses in the city. Vouchers are going out in a mailing separate from utility bills on Thursday and are...

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City issues $7.74 million in PID bond

City issues $7.74 million in PID bond

Princeton city council this week approved issuance of $7.74 million in public improvement district bonds and a resolution to set a higher property tax rate under a state disaster declaration. The council met in regular session by teleconference Monday, June 22. The...

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Lowe Elementary dedicated

Lowe Elementary dedicated

Princeton ISD dedicated its newest campus Sunday, Sept.22 during a special ceremony honoring its namesake, Dorothy Lowe. This marks four years since Smith Elementary opened in 2015 and the first year two campuses have opened in one year in Princeton. For the full...

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Voter registration deadline is Oct. 7

Voter registration deadline is Oct. 7

The deadline to register to vote in the city of Princeton council and the statewide Constitutional Amendment election is Tuesday, Oct. 7. Early voting for the election will begin Monday, Oct. 21 and Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 5. An election is not needed for...

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Princeton designated Texas Scenic City

Princeton designated Texas Scenic City

Princeton earned some positive recognition thanks to a coordinated team effort on behalf of the city. Marketing and Communications Manager Debbie Cooke announced that the city has been recognized as a Texas Scenic City. For the full story see the Sept. 18 edition...

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Copies of Princeton High Graduation Section available

Copies of Princeton High Graduation Section available

The Princeton High School Class of 2018 graduation section was included in the May 31, 2018 edition of The Princeton Herald. If you would like extra copies they are available at the Wylie office located at 110 N. Ballard in downtown Wylie. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. –...

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