Wyndi Veigel
Law protecting dogs goes into effect

Law protecting dogs goes into effect

Texas is now a safer place for dogs thanks to the Safe Outdoor Dogs Act, which went into effect Jan. 18 and bars pet owners from using a chain to tether a dog outside. The law, Senate Bill 5, was vetoed last summer by Gov. Greg Abbott but subsequently passed during...

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Princeton Police Blotter released

Princeton Police Blotter released

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office has released the Princeton Police Department and Princeton Police Department blotter for Aug. 16-22. Calls for security watches, citizen contacts, building checks, school resource officer checks, audible alarms, road hazards, parking...

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Trash talking takes place to resolve issue

Trash talking takes place to resolve issue

A lot of trash talking took place at city council recently, but in a good way as CWD and local officials work together to resolve waste disposal issues. At the Monday, Aug. 26 city council meeting CWD representative Jason Rohmer was on hand to discuss issues that the...

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Three file for Place 2 city council

Three file for Place 2 city council

Place 2 in Princeton’s city council race has drawn the interest of three hopeful candidates, none of which are the incumbent. City Councilmember Rich Hooper, who has decided not to seek re-election, currently holds the place. By Wyndi Veigel • News Editor •...

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Tax rate lowered by PISD

Tax rate lowered by PISD

Residents within the Princeton ISD will see a slight drop on their property tax rate this year as a result of action by the Texas Legislature. At the August board meeting, unanimous approval was given for an approximately 5 cent tax rate cut. This year’s tax rate will...

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Opinion: Parting is such sweet sorrow

Opinion: Parting is such sweet sorrow

When I walked into the doors of The Farmersville Times office 13 years ago, I had no idea what was in store. I was going to stay for a year, maybe two at the most. But something happened. I fell in love with the town and with the people in this small, quaint borough....

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Plenty of familiar faces return

Plenty of familiar faces return

The 2019 squad will feature several familiar names and some new ones. Back for the offense are Brendon Strickland, Jay Hill, Dacarius Cook, Tyler Fisher and Blake Garvin. By David Jenkins • Sports Editor • [email protected] For the full story see the Aug. 22...

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Princeton Police Blotter released

Princeton Police Blotter released

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office has released the Princeton Police Department blotter for Aug. 9-15. Calls for security watches, citizen contacts, building checks, school resource officer checks, audible alarms, road hazards, parking violations, agency assists,...

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