Government

Jim Godfrey, a long-time Cambridge resident and teacher, has officially filed as a candidate for mayor of Cambridge in the November election. “In order to provide a proud and thriving community, we need reliable, innovative ideas. I feel compelled to run for mayor to make those ideas a reality. I will bring fresh leadership that [...]

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My name is Lynn Wedlund and I would like your vote for a second term on the Cambridge-Isanti School Board. My family and I have lived in the area for 35 years. I am a retired band instructor and spent 27 years teaching band in Cambridge and Isanti. I am the founder and director of [...]

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My name is Kyle A. Johnson and I am seeking election to the Cambridge-Isanti School Board I have lived in the school district for 22 years. I have also graduated from Cambridge Isanti High School. I’m a college student at Anoka Ramsey Community College working on my AFA degree (Associates in Fine Arts), and will [...]

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  I respectfully ask that the citizens of Braham consider my candidacy for the position of City Council. I was proud to have represented Braham and our community from 2008-2012 as I had previously sat on the council. If re-elected to this position my priorities would include public safety, the importance of Braham’s street maintenance [...]

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The Isanti County Board on Aug. 6 approved, with regret, the retirement of Sheriff Bill Guenther. He will remain seated until his term ends at the end of the year. “It’s been a great career,” Guenther told commissioners, who shared glowing reviews of his work over the years. Guenther took over as sheriff May 1, [...]

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Today, August 12, is the primary elections. Find out what races are on the ballot, learn about the candidates, and find your polling place with our election section. And stay with us through the evening as we report on results as they come in. Visit the ELECTION SITE now!

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Members of the Springvale Township Board appeared before the Cambridge City Council Aug. 4 to discuss the paving of 329th Avenue, commonly referred to as Airport Road. Springvale Board Chairman Steve Lindgren explained 329th Avenue is an expensive road to maintain, and through the years property owners have expressed an interest in having it paved. [...]

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