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Leverton qualifies for state cross-country meet

Leverton qualifies for state cross-country meet

Aubrey Leverton advanced to state after running in the regional cross country meet at Lynn Creek Park in Grand Prairie Tuesday, Oct. 26. Leverton finished 17th out of 169 competitors in the girls 5K race (19:45.41). She qualified as one of the top-10 runners not to...

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Redistricting plans signed by governor

Redistricting plans signed by governor

The third called session of the Texas Legislature ended with the lawmakers addressing most of Gov. Greg Abbott’s concerns. With the exception of a ban on vaccine mandates, increased penalties for illegal voting and a constitutional amendment allowing courts to deny...

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PF-R shows new apparatus

PF-R shows new apparatus

Princeton City Council got a chance to check out Princeton Fire-Rescue’s latest apparatus and hear a complaint about Fall Fest at the Oct. 25 regular meeting. The annual Fall Fest, which was held Oct. 23, welcomed residents and visitors to J.M. Caldwell Park. The...

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Early voting ends this week; Election Day is Nov. 2

Early voting ends this week; Election Day is Nov. 2

Princeton voters head to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 2, to make their sections in the city, Princeton ISD board of trustees and Texas Constitutional election. Voting locations across the state will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. on election day. Nearby voting locations...

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PISD candidates express views in forum

PISD candidates express views in forum

Princeton ISD candidates participated in a virtual forum last week organized by the Princeton-Lowry Crossing Chamber of Commerce and moderated by the Collin County League of Women Voters. Most of the candidates were present at the virtual forum, held Oct. 14 and...

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Early voting continues

Early voting continues

There’s still time to avoid lines and casts ballots in the Nov. 2 city, school district and Texas Constitutional elections. Early voting began Oct. 18 and runs through Oct. 29 and residents can vote at Princeton Public Works Building and Collin College Farmersville...

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Council to wait on charter commission

Council to wait on charter commission

Princeton city council began the eminent domain process, accepted a grant and authorized a water rate study at its Oct. 12 regular meeting. During the meeting, council accepted a grant from Collin County for the 2018 Parks and Open Space Project for $354,000 for the...

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Candidates highlight views in forum

Candidates highlight views in forum

Princeton City Council and mayoral candidates participated in a virtual forum last week organized by the Princeton- Lowry Crossing Chamber of Commerce and moderated by the Collin County League of Women Voters. The majority of the candidates were present at the virtual...

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Challenges ahead for planning manager

Challenges ahead for planning manager

Growing cities need people in key positions to ensure growth is executed as efficiently as possible and Princeton is no different – cue Craig Fisher, planning manager for Princeton. Fisher, who began the job last month, said he became interested in city planning as an...

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