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Cambridge State Bank announces two organizational changes. Pat Brogan has been promoted to Vice President of Consumer Lending, and Heather Johnson has been promoted to Assistant Cashier. “We want to recognize and thank Pat for his hard work and dedication to Cambridge State Bank over the past 4 ½...Read More
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Industries, Incorporated is hosting an open house called “Moving Forward” from 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 17 at the Braham Community Center, 655 Eighth St. SW. Guests will find information about Social Security, Work Incentives Connection, Vocational Rehabilitation Services and disability law. Refre...Read More
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The state’s transportation infrastructure is aging. With roads and bridges 60 to 70 years old and deteriorating, and congestion worsening, U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan understands transportation issues are a concern. Nolan, who represents the 8th Congressional District, encompassing Isanti, Chisago and Mi...Read More
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A 1996 graduate of Cambridge-Isanti High School played a vital role in providing technical support in bringing Super Bowl 49 to the world. Following graduation from high school, Mike Ranweiler, son of Paul and Betty Ranweiler, of Isanti, entered Brown College and earned his Associate of Applied Scie...Read More
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Wednesday evening soup suppers and Lenten worship services will begin at Spring Lake Lutheran Church on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 18. Soup will be served at 6 p.m. and the service will begin at 7 p.m. The worship services will be based on ‘The Lord’s Prayer.’ Each week, Pastor Mark Gruner will focus...Read More
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Law enforcement has found evidence of marijuana farmers with connections to the Sinaloa Mexican drug cartel living in woods in East Central Minnesota, heroin use is on the rise in the state and across the nation and now there is a drug that contains an 80-percent THC level – more than double what ...Read More
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Hometown Express Foods in Braham is back to business after Dan Richardson Sr. and Shelly Richardson closed their doors due to financial and health issues in December 2013. Their son, Dan Richardson Jr., and Shelly Richardson’s sister, Wanda Lamphier, serve as the new owners of the convenient groce...Read More
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