The first-place winner of Tuesday's bridge match at George Coon Public Library was the team of Kay Farmer and Barbara Murdock. The second-place winner was the team of John Brown and Jim Miller. The third-place winner was the team of Nancy Taylor and Judy Harrelson.

The first-place winner of the Tuesday bridge match at George Coon Public Library was the team of Judy Harrelson and Dewein Walker. The second-place winner was the team of Jim Miller and John Svoboda. The third-place winner was the team of Dot McConnell and Nancy Taylor.

The first-place winner of the Tuesday bridge match at George Coon Public Library was the team of Barbara Murdock and John Svoboda.

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Alyssa and Michael Watkins, of Princeton, announce the birth of their daughter, Alanna Maia Watkins.

On Oct. 16, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., the Caldwell County Health Department will hold its annual flu shot clinic. There will be a nurse dedicated to only providing flu vaccines. The health department accepts Medicare, Medicaid and many private insurances. If you do not have insurance, the…

Roy Gene Rogers, Princeton Optimist Club member, conducted an event held at the Glen E. Martin Genealogy Library in Princeton on Saturday, Sept. 14. Community members gathered to learn the answers of trivia questions the Optimists included in this year's Black Patch Festival book.

This week, Sept. 17-23, is Constitution Week, the 232nd anniversary of the signing of this great document. Did you know that nowhere in the Constitution does it say, "It's a free country"? Amendment one of the Constitution does not include the words "freedom of expression" but over time it h…

The first-place winner of the Tuesday, Sept. 10, bridge match at the George Coon Public Library was the team of Kay Farmer and John Svoboda.

Our Constitution, the cornerstone of our freedoms, was written to protect every American from the abuse of power by government. The Fifth Amendment states that "No person shall be...deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law" and it protects us from double jeopardy and…

Sydney Hick and Jonathan Rogers were united in marriage on Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 4 p.m. at Talon Falls Event Barn in Melber, with Rev. Jamus Redd officiating their double-ring ceremony.

Jazz on the Lawn will be Sunday, Sept. 22 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. This event is sponsored by the Princeton Art Guild and hosted by Adsmore House and Gardens. It is free to the community.

Caldwell County Schools will be participating in the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program.

While the Center for Disease Control has not yet released the amount of overdose deaths in 2018, they predict it will be the first year since 1990 in which the number has decreased. It is speculated one of the reasons for this is the increase in the availability of Narcan. This is a positive…

Believing that marriage is a holy union of two souls desiring to share both the triumphs and the tribulations of life, Shelbie Montana Deaton and James Tyler Ricketson celebrated their everlasting love for each other on July 7, 2019.

In order for you to understand the regulations covering the conduct of your child while riding a school bus, we are sending you a copy of rules and regulations for all pupils riding school buses.

Students attending kindergarten, first or second grade this year will need the following supplies:

Through, teachers are able to have a free box of #2 HB Dixon Ticonderoga Pencils sent to them.

The biggest firework display Princeton has ever seen will take place at Legion Park on July 5, starting at dusk. There will be a youth softball tournament during the day; concessions and other food vendors will also be available throughout the day.

Sydney R. Hicks of Carlisle County and Jonathan A. Rogers of Caldwell County announce their engagement of Sept. 18, 2018 and their upcoming wedding on June 15, 2019.