Cambridge-Isanti High School Principal, Mitch Clausen, recently announced his retirement effective Nov. 25. Brad Windschill will serve as interim principal at CIHS upon Clausen’s retirement. Windschill will finish out the 2014-15 school year and a comprehensive search for a new CIHS principal will begin this spring. “I have been in this position for the last [...]

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Spotting East Central a 12-0 lead, Braham ignited for 38 points in the second quarter to quiet the Eagles’ Homecoming crowd en route to a 57-12 win Oct. 10. The victory locked in the No. 1 seed for Section 7A while creating distance from EC. The Eagles used a long reception by Stephon Buckanon to [...]

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St. Michael-Albertville’s defense smothered Cambridge-Isanti’s rushing attack, and the Knight offense garnered 329 ground yards to soil the Oct. 10 Bluejacket Homecoming night with a 49-7 win. The Knights drove and scored on the first possession of the game. The Jacket defense then made a goal line stand to stop STMA at the two yard [...]

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SPORTS ROUND-UP:   On a crisp Oct. 7 up north, Cambridge-Isanti girls tennis fell to No. 4 seed Grand Rapids-Greenway 4-3. At first singles, C-I’s Jade Newman beat Dulong 6-1, 6-1. At second singles, Kate Hanson defeated Illikainen 6-0, 6-1. At third doubles, Bluejackets’ Tori Kosel & Abby Bensen rallied on Reibel & Drobnik 5-7, [...]

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Throughout 2013-14, Cambridge-Isanti Early Childhood Programs provided 41 one-day per week classes; 1,495 parents and children attended 39 special events, served 283 parents and 320 children. The 1974 Minnesota Legislature funded the piloting of six Early Childhood Family Education programs. Currently, ECFE is available statewide and serves thousands of parents and their young children ages [...]

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A Cambridge property owner was given a second chance to keep her dogs following action by the Cambridge City Council during its Oct. 7 meeting. Heather Brewer, who lives along the 500 block of Joe’s Lake Road Southeast, started getting complaints about her three dogs in June when a neighbor was forced back into a [...]

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The Braham Area School District is making a statement — no more bullying. Though the school has always made an effort to create a compassionate and tolerant community within its school walls, it’s going a step further to ensure bullying is stopped with Rachel’s Challenge Oct. 28-29. The nonprofit was created in memory of the [...]

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