Government

Isanti County Sheriff-elect Chris Caulk said Lisa Lovering, a veteran deputy who has served multiple roles in the Sheriff’s Office and community, has accepted the chief deputy position when the new administration takes office in January. Caulk, who is the current chief deputy, confirmed the news when asked about it at the end of the […]

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City Center Market, based in Cambridge, is looking to expand its business into Isanti. During the Isanti City Council meeting Nov. 18, Economic Development Director Sean Sullivan explained an application has been submitted to access $30,000 in the city revolving loan fund to help finance the build-out, fixtures and equipment a new cafe restaurant for […]

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It was “third time’s a charm” for Terry Turnquist in the 2014 election, and he’s excited to hit the ground running after he was sworn into office Monday as Isanti County’s newly elected District 2 commissioner. The seat had been open since the March 19 passing of longtime commissioner Larry Southerland. Turnquist, who lost to […]

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Athens Township U.S. Senator Mike McFadden: 392 Al Franken: 335 U.S. Representative District 8 Stewart Mills: 405 Rick Nolan: 318 Governor Jeff Johnson: 416 Mark Dayton: 295 County Auditor-Treasurer Chad Struss: 339 Tyler Treichel: 315 County Sheriff Chris Caulk: 427 John McCarty: 266 Cambridge-Isanti School Board Jenni Caulk: 315 Lynn Wedlund: 232 Kyle Johnson: 203 […]

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The Cambridge City Council has recommended City Center Mall as its No. 1 choice for a depot station as part of the Northern Lights Express passenger rail project. At the Nov. 3 council meeting, the council continued its discussion regarding depot locations for NLX from its Oct. 20 meeting. NLX is a proposed high-speed passenger […]

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With 810 out of 810 precincts reporting for U.S. Representative District 8: Rick Nolan (DFL): 128,860 (Incumbent) Stewart Mills (R): 125,201 With 19 out of 19 precincts reporting for State Representative District 32A: Brian Johnson (R): 8006 (Incumbent) Paul Gammel (DFL): 5906 With 18 out of 18 precincts reporting for State Representative District 31A: Kurt Daudt (R): 10,363 (Incumbent, running unopposed).

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