A group of cross country cyclists raising money for cancer support stopped overnight in Princeton this week.
The program is a two week long “school” on safety that is presented to 4 and 5 year olds in Bureau County each year. The first Safety Town program ran in 1976 and has been going on ever since.
Young adult volunteers from all over the country came to Bureau County this week to offer their services doing home improvement and repair projects for lower income residents.
The Bureau County and Putnam County Clerks reported low turnouts for Tuesday’s General Primary, citing the upcoming Governor’s race for bringing out those who did choose to cast ballots.
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The sale will feature over 8,000 used books, both hardcover and paperback . All books have been cleaned and sorted into over 30 categories for easy shopping.
This week, Princeton city council appointed and re-appointed members to its Historic Preservation Commission and Pedestrian/Bicycle Commission.
Princeton Mayor Joel Quiram said Monday the city’s planned parking study on South Main Street will go forward, but will now proceed with 30-degree parking stalls and not parallel parking options.
Princeton Electric Department supervisor Jeff Mangrich said Monday the city is working with the manufacturer of the Main Street flagpoles that were erected and collapsed prior to Friday’s street concert.
Bureau County United Way and Barrel Society are teaming up this weekend for the 2nd Annual United by Craft event.
The Chapter presented quilts to Joshua Lane, US Army; Eugene Barton, US Army; Dale Rogers, US Marine Corps; Don Wilson, US Navy; and one anonymous recipient, US Army on Sunday, June 12.
These indictments are only accusations against the defendants. They are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Bureau County Board allocated about $650,000 in American Rescue Act funds to update courthouse records.
A LaMoille man was arrested Tuesday on charges he dealt LSD.