ECM Editorial Board ECM Publishers Inc. The issue of bullying should be simple: Don’t do it — and if you see it, report it. A 180-pound eighth-grade boy shouldn’t beat up a 99-pound sixth-grader and steal his lunch money. It’s wrong. Don’t do it.  However, that seemingly universal premise...Read More
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Dear Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank the residents of Braham Area Schools on their overwhelming support Tuesday, May 12, on our bond referendum. The passage of this bond will allow our students access to facilities that are on an equal par with many schools in the surrounding ...Read More
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Dear Editor: This is in response to Councilman Howard Lewis’ letter to the editor last week. In the early 1990s we were hearing a lot about a Bentonville, Arkansas company that was growing at a phenomenal pace. On our way to Florida, my wife and I drove through Bentonville to learn more about Walm...Read More
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Dear Editor: Cambridge City Councilman Howard Lewis makes a seemingly convincing argument for a “very small sales tax” in order to service the debt Cambridge residents would assume to bankroll a number of different projects. I find his argument unconvincing and am troubled by the sort of rhetori...Read More
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Dear Editor: Cambridge Councilman Howard Lewis recently wrote a “Fair Share” opinion letter defending his city sales tax proposal. He wants a new family community recreation center and a new library for his city, but he says; “Cambridge city residents are already paying as much property tax as...Read More
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Anoka starter Alexander Glick threw seven shutout innings, striking out five, to lead the No. 2 seed Tornadoes to a 7-0 win over visiting Cambridge-Isanti May 28 in the Section 7AAA quarterfinals. The Bluejackets had runners in scoring position in the first three innings, but Glick stepped up to the...Read More
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Due to the arrival of her first child with her husband this Fourth of July, Amanda O’Connor is resigning as director of the Isanti Ambassador Program, and the program is in search of a new director. O’Connor, a 2009 graduate of Cambridge-Isanti High School, was crowned an Isanti Ambassador in Ju...Read More
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Peoples Bank of Commerce will be celebrating with Shirley at their East Cambridge office the week of June 1-5 and invites the community to stop in for coffee and congratulate Olson on her milestone. Olson has also been nominated for the Pioneer Banker award through Minnesota Bankers Association. The...Read More
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