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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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The Isanti County Board on Jan. 21 approved a $5,250 payment to the St. Louis and Lake Counties Regional Railroad Authority to remain a member of the Northern Lights Express Passenger Rail Alliance Board. Prior to the 4-1 vote, commissioners discussed the Duluth-to-Minneapolis high speed rail projec...Read More
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Wayne Seiberlich began his second term on the Braham City Council after being sworn in during the Jan. 6 council meeting. Seiberlich served on the council from 2008-2012, taking a break for a work-related assignment. He is a narcotics investigator and 12-year employee with the Isanti County Sheriff...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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At the beginning of his now 18-year career in law enforcement, Chris Caulk wanted to drive fast, write tickets and save the world. While he’s not a big ticket writer these days, he still wants to change the world. Caulk was sworn into office as the new Isanti County sheriff Tuesday morning prior t...Read More
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Isanti County is losing just short of 100 years of experience with four of its leaders retiring. The County Board at its final meeting of the year Tuesday recognized outgoing Sheriff Bill Guenther, 27 years; recorder Karen Anderson, 19 years; auditor Terry Treichel, 23 years; and Board Commissioner ...Read More
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