Dear Editor: To the residents of Cambridge and the surrounding area, the local food shelves and the postal employees would like to thank all of you who donated food, money and time to make our food drive a great success. Thank you. Cambridge Post Office...Read More
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Dear Editor: We would like to thank all the people and individuals that helped with the Aaron Dwyer benefit on May 5. This event was a huge success thanks to all of the businesses and citizens that came together to support this family. There were so many people that helped out by donating time, serv...Read More
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Dear Editor: This is in response to the letter suggesting that a very small city sales tax will “Kill the goose that laid the golden egg.” I, Councilman Lewis, am the elected official who has brought to the Cambridge City Council the proposal for ‘local control’ in which the citizens of Camb...Read More
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Dear Editor: As parents we are very thankful for the high-quality education our four children have received attending Cambridge-Isanti Schools. We have had children attending our school system every year since the fall of 1993. That is 23 years of tremendous educational experiences, and positive lif...Read More
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SOFTBALL/BASEBALL PLAYOFF UPDATES:  Cambridge-Isanti, seeded No. 9 in the Section 7AAA Softball brackets, fell to N0. 1 seed Anoka 7-0 in the quarterfinals held at Forest Lake’s Fenway Fields the morning of May 23. The Bluejackets remained alive by downing No. 5 Duluth Denfeld 7-4 in the next...Read More
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Israel Bachew will perform in concert at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, May 31 at Elim Baptist Church in Isanti. All are welcome to attend.  Bachew started playing the steel pan when he was 9- years-old with his family band, The Bachew Bunch. After 15 years of ministry as a family orchestra, Bachew continued pl...Read More
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Andy Romstad Cambridge Lutheran Church I was a P.K. (pastor’s kid). A kid asked me once if pastor’s families read the bible all the time. It sounded painful to him. (Nope.) We would read the bible like this: Dad would find the crazy, bizarre stuff. He would read it aloud to the kids. We’d be [...Read More
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