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See a photo slideshow at the end of the article. The new Highway 95 bridge and accompanying detour on the west side of Cambridge is on track to be finished by late June of this year. City engineer Todd Blank shared the news, as delivered to him by the state Department of Transportation, during a [.....Read More
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  The Minnesota Department of Health recently announced that the city of Cambridge has been awarded a Water Fluoridation Quality Award from the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fluoridation is the adjustment of fluoride in drinking water to a level that is effective for prevent...Read More
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The city of Cambridge invites residents to participate in its 2015 Citizens’ Academy. The City will launch this free course at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 5. The Academy will provide a broad overview of all the city’s operations including Taxation-Valuation, Administration, Community Development, ...Read More
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An Isanti County commissioner shed more light on how the Northern Lights Express high speed rail line may be used between Duluth and the Twin Cities at the Feb. 5 Isanti County Board meeting. Commissioner Mike Warring, who relayed the news from attending last month’s NLX committee meeting, said of...Read More
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The Isanti City Council approved a resolution establishing city goals for 2015 during the council meeting Feb. 3. The goals for the new year were established following a workshop Jan. 26 where past and present goals of the city council were reviewed, and 2015 goals were discussed. The following goal...Read More
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The safety of Braham City Council members and its citizens during city council meetings was a topic of discussion during the council meeting Feb. 3. The council discussed the idea of hiring an on-duty officer to be present at council meetings. Council members agreed they would rather be “proactive...Read More
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Fourteen-year-old Lauren Kindem caught the attention of the Cambridge City Council on Jan. 20 with a petition and voice for a new tennis court or two at Brown Park in the city’s Goldenwood neighborhood. Lauren, an eighth-grader at Cambridge Middle School who plays tennis on the junior varsity and ...Read More
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