Archive | January 25, 2012
Cambridge-Isanti seniors Benjamin Nault-Maurer was selected by the Section 7AA Academic, Arts & Athletic Award (Triple A) committee to represent the section in the Class AA state level of the program sponsored by the Minnesota State High School League. Nault-Maurer will attend the Triple A banqu...Read More
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SCHOOL NOTES: Cambridge-Isanti District 911 is preparing for Kindergarten for next fall. If your child is 5 years-old on or before Sept. 1, 2012, he or she is eligible to enroll. Do we have your student’s name in our system yet? Please call the primary school office in your area to get your child...Read More
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Physical therapist Glen Quebral of GracePointe Crossing looks to make a difference By Elizabeth Sias For two weeks, Glen Quebral will translate for Filipinos in need of medical care ranging from intensive surgeries to simple dental procedures. Quebral, a physical therapist at GracePointe Crossing, ...Read More
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In 2010, Anoka-Ramsey Community College joined forces with biodiesel firms McGyan Biodiesel, SarTec Corp and Ever Cat Fuels to produce a 10-acre energy crop demonstration site at the college’s Cambridge Campus to grow crops for biodiesel fuel. Now, SarTec is seeking area farmers to expand that ini...Read More
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Rachel Kytonen It’s just a simple ring of a bell, but for chemotherapy patients at Cambridge Medical Center, it’s a symbol of hope and strength. Recently, a bell was placed in Short Stay Services at Cambridge Medical Center. And it’s not just any bell. It’s a bell that only chemotherapy pati...Read More
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By Greg Hunt The Braham One-Act Play group heads into the competitive season with their take on Romeo and Beatrice and Toto, too, written by New York native/now White Bear Lake resident Claudia Haas. The Bombers will host a public performance of the comedy on Friday, Jan. 27, 6 p.m. at the BHS Perfo...Read More
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Steve and Carlyn Johnson of Braham, and Jeff and Marianne Peterson of Pine City, are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of their children, Bryce Johnson and Amanda Peterson. Bryce is a graduate of Braham High School and St. Cloud Technical College and is employed by Knutson Construction as a ...Read More
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Gamblers Anonymous Ongoing, Mondays: Gamblers Anonymous meets every Monday night at 7 p.m. at Christ the King Catholic Church, 230 Fern St. N., Cambridge. Women’s Ministry’s Extravaganza Thursday, Jan. 26: New Hope Cambridge Women’s Ministry’s Extravaganza will be held at Spectacular Events ...Read More
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