Princeton honored its veterans at 11 a.m. on Nov. 11, the time and date signifying when the guns of World War I finally fell silent. Gathering at Veterans Park, Lynn Mullins, commander of the local American Legion post, was the guest speaker. He reminded those in attendance of the past sacrifices of veterans and also spoke of the need to provide care for those returning from our modern wars. The local women of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit placed wreaths at the base of the monument, and the program also featured prayers, the posting of the colors and a rifle salute. Following the ceremonies, a reception was held at the American Legion Hall.