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There’s a new band in town, and they’re bringing back the “original” country. Gravel Roads  – an Isanti-based country group – recently launched its debut album. Jeff Pasbrig and his brother-in-law Jim Mellor started playing together casually for more than 25 years. That musical connection, combined with Pasbrig’s experiences with the recession, brought them to [...]

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The Cambridge Center for the Arts is having a special exhibit of Elof Wedin’s “Cowboys and Guitars” paintings. They are continuing this western theme with live music from Kenny Krona and Rick Stener, western-cowboy paraphernalia, and a “cowboy” menu ala chuck wagon and boarding house. The real stars of the show, of course, are the [...]

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Isanti Bicycle has reopened for business. Owner Dale Matson moved the store across the street to 121 W. Main St. to accommodate the growing business he started three years ago. The 3,500-square-foot space will allow Matson to display more bikes and become a bigger community staple, he said. “We have more room to show bikes, [...]

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Wednesday ❋ 7/23 MILITARY DAY – Free Admission for all  Service Personnel & Veterans 12:00 – 6:00 pmHistorical Society Opens 2:00 pmTheatre of Fools (Vaudeville For The 21st Century ) (Historical Bldg) 1:00 pmBeer Gardens Opens 1:00 – 9:00 pmDream Ponies (Childrens Farmyard) 1:00 pm Freedom Fest 2014 2:00 pm4-H Pet and Cat Show 3:00 [...]

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Dedication of the Pie Day woodcarvings will take place at 1 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1, at the old water tower site in Braham during the Pie Day celebration. Perry Carlson, Pine City chainsaw artist, has completed four carvings depicting various Pie Day characters. His sculptures arrived July 21. Carlson has been a woodcarver for 27 [...]

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