Opinion

Dear Editor: Saturday, Sept. 27 was the perfect day for canoeing and kayaking the Rum. However, the 7-mile section of the river between the DNR-old Walbo Ferry landing and Oxbow Bridge-County Road 14 access in Isanti County was a bit of a disappointment — for those who wanted to find interesting man-made litter, and lots [...]

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Dear Editor: “Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result,” so goes one definition of insanity attributed to one of the premier minds of our time. It was quoted again in these pages by David Greer. While I appreciate the enthusiasm in Greer’s letter, I wonder if he — and [...]

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Dear Editor: Minnesotans living in Isanti-Chisago counties deserve elected officials who reach across the aisle and put partisan differences aside to get things done. We’re not big fans of gridlock, government shutdowns or political games. That’s why I’m excited to vote for Paul Gammel on Tuesday, Nov. 4. He is the only candidate in this [...]

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Dear Editor: The Potrament Family would like to thank this wonderful community for your overwhelming support at Tim’s benefit Saturday, Sept. 27.  We are so grateful for the generosity and compassion that was shown to our family during this difficult time. A big thank you goes to the Cambridge Fire Department, Stacy-Lent Fire Department, and [...]

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Dear Editor: We would like to declare our support for Chris Caulk for Isanti County Sheriff. Through the years we have observed Chris’ involvement in the community on many levels and have always felt he should be sheriff someday. When we think back of Chris and Nike out on patrol and feel it exemplifies the [...]

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Dear Editor: I am writing in support of Chad Struss for Isanti County Auditor-Treasurer. Chad has all of the qualifications necessary for the job, including being a CPA and serving as the Isanti County Finance Director and Assistant Auditor-Accountant for the past seven years. Chad is also a member of the city of Cambridge Planning [...]

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Dear Editor: The board of the Cambridge Surplus Food Distribution (CSFD), an all volunteer organization, is working hard to reorganize, which unfortunately involves government and Second Harvest Heartland (where our food comes from) requirements. Future shipments of food from Second Harvest Heartland have been suspended until CSFD can once again partner with them by being [...]

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