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Flowers, passing attack stepping up in 7-on-7 work

Flowers, passing attack stepping up in 7-on-7 work

Marcus Flowers (1) has had a strong showing in Princeton’s 7-on-7 sessions this month. After attempting 91 passes last fall as a sophomore, Flowers is working to take over as the full-time starter next season. (Austin Smith/The Princeton Herald) (More Photos) The...

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New law firm hired to represent city

New law firm hired to represent city

The city of Princeton has new legal representation. Councilmember Marlo Obera, an attorney, had recommended the Irving law firm of Boyle & Lowry and council unanimously approved the selection at an 11-minute special meeting held Tuesday, June 20. “We specialize in...

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Social Security Matters

Social Security Matters

Ask Rusty – Will my work earnings affect my social security benefits? Dear Rusty: I am presently 67 years of age and am still working full time. I am receiving Medicare coverage, but I have not yet applied for monthly Social Security payments. I have been told that I...

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Rules updated; fire chief talks CPR

Rules updated; fire chief talks CPR

Members of the Princeton City Council voted unanimously to adopt a revised Council Relations Policy, Rules of Order and Code of Ethics for the city of Princeton, council and its boards and commissions. The resolution, passed at the regular Jan. 23 meeting at Princeton...

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Fond Farewell

Fond Farewell

Princeton ISD hosted a reception for longtime board member and president Carol Bodwell, who spent the last 33 years serving the children of the district through her role as school trustee.  Fellow and former board members, administrators, including former...

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Students take writing skills to new level

Students take writing skills to new level

Although it’s not uncommon for students to attend intense training camps to hone their skills, these are typically geared toward extracurriculars, including band, sports and speech. But now, even aspiring middle school writers have the opportunity to attend camp. Southard Middle School hosted its first-ever writing camp for students who were interested in improving their […]

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Home run for home rule

Home run for home rule

By John Kanelis It took five tries, but Princeton now has a home-rule charter that enables the city to set its own rules, rather than relying on statutes approved by the Texas Legislature. Princeton voters on Nov. 8 approved a home-rule charter provision, giving it a...

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