Archive | January 25, 2012
Sue Hughes Director, SAC’s on Third Spotlight Event–SAC’s on Third has a spotlight event on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 12:30 p.m. The presentation will be by Doris Sandquist feauturing “Her Many Aprons.” Plus, we will be having a singer who will sing a song about her aprons. It’s going to be a f...Read More
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John Carlson, 57, of St. Paul died January 16, 2012 in Regions Hospital in St. Paul after a long illness.  He was born in Joliet, Ill. and moved to Minnesota in early adulthood. Survivors include his wife, Lois Hollingsworth, formerly of  Cambridge, and two children, Radha and Praloy, adopted from...Read More
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Edward White, Sr., 83, of Cambridge died at his home on January 22, 2012. Edward Robert White, Sr. was born July 14, 1928 in Rutledge, Minn. to Robert and Eva (House) White. He was raised and lived his early years in the Hinckley area. Ed served in the Army at the end of World War [...]...Read More
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Norbert L. Aydt, 81, of Isanti died January 20, 2012 at Abbott-Northwestern Hospital. Norbert Lee Aydt was born April 5, 1930 in Minneapolis to Norbert Anthony and Bessie Eva (Pittsley) Aydt. He was raised and attended school in Minneapolis. Norbert then served his country in the US Army.  In 1951 ...Read More
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Don Heinzman ECM Editorial Writer With about 176,000 Minnesotans out of work, Gov. Mark Dayton’s bonding bill, which a study says will create 21,700 jobs, should be considered immediately. All or major portions of it should be approved in time for the upcoming construction season. This is the time...Read More
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Chad Filley Guest Writer One evening early in our marriage Jane and I were having one of those “would you do this for me?” conversations. We asked all the typical questions…“Would you hold my purse for me in a store?” or “Would you wear this if I bought it for you?” In the midst of [.....Read More
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Guest Article The Refuge Network The Refuge started in Isanti County out of concern expressed by a caring group of citizens, for the need to provide services to victims of domestic violence. The founding members recognized that family violence, unfortunately, is pervasive throughout our communities ...Read More
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