Melissa Carstensen Isanti County Public Health On the morning of Saturday, April 25, local volunteers, first responders, agency staff, and students came together to educate, train, collaborate, and practice skills in response to emergencies. This was the second-annual Spring In2 Preparedness Worksho...Read More
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Dear Editor: On Tuesday, April 28, five members of the Isanti County 4-H Ambassadors with the assistance of adult volunteers, raked leaves and helped get Lil Farm ready for spring. Isanti County 4-H Ambassadors are 4-H Youth 7th-grade through first year of college who serve as youth leaders and ment...Read More
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Dear Editor: Cambridge Knights of Columbus, Council #12813, would again like to thank the community for being so generous toward our annual drive for people with intellectual disabilities. This is our annual, “Tootsie Roll Drive.” KC groups throughout the State participate in this annual fundrai...Read More
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Dear Editor: This fable has survived for years because it teaches  important life lessons including  greed, short sightedness and  impatience. The most common version of the story goes something like this: “A  cottager and his wife had a goose that laid a golden egg every day. They supposed th...Read More
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Dear Editor: As a taxpayer, I would like some answers regarding the dismissal of Mr. Todd Larkin and Ms. Robyn Vosberg-Torgerson. I attended the school board meeting on Dec. 18, 2014, at which time we could ask questions regarding the tax increase. People asked questions and were given no answers. A...Read More
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Dear Editor: I want to talk about the wonderful resource we have in the Scout and Morgan bookstore and the City Center Market. I hosted the book club I belong to about three weeks ago at Scout and Morgan thanks to the fabulous owner, Judith Kissner. She stayed open late on a Monday night to [...]...Read More
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Dear Editor: Gardeners, you can help Family Pathways Food Shelves make a difference by providing fresh produce to the community. How can you help feed people in need? By sharing your gardens yield with your local food shelf. You can make a difference this gardening season. When you are planting your...Read More
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The Braham softball squad was seeded in the No. 3 slot of the 5A East Subsection for the 2015 playoffs which kick off this week. The Bombers (12-7) will host No. 6 Hinckley-Finlayson (4-14) on May 19 (4:30 p.m.) for the opening round (the May 18 date was post-poned). A victory will advance the Bomb...Read More
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