Cambridge Surplus Food Distribution (CSFD) is planning to restart food distribution in April. The CSFD is run entirely by volunteers and it takes approximately 60 volunteers to enable the process to run smoothly. They will hold a volunteer training meeting at 6 p.m. April 14 at in the Activities Bui...Read More
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With the help of a confidential informant, members of the East Central Drug and Violent Offender Task Force arrested a Cambridge man for selling methamphetamine. Greymann Wonzayll Ford, 26, was charged before Judge James Dehn April 3 with felony third-degree drug sale. Dehn set bail at $75,000 witho...Read More
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A “Stompin’ Grounds Coffee Concert” will be the return of a fun night of live music, coffee and desserts to the Common Ground United Methodist Church in Cambridge at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 11. Rock and blues classics presented by Group Therapy and more friends from Common Ground. A suggeste...Read More
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Greg Winter, Superintendent Braham Area School District In the last six years during my tenure as superintendent at Braham Area Schools, we have made many positive changes to our student’s education and experiences in our schools and in our community. During this time period, I have had many peopl...Read More
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Dear Editor: I just wanted to share with you a bit of family history about the Arlington Hotel. My grandfather, Hjalmar Beckstrom, emigrated to Minnesota in 1902 from Vastervik, Sweden. In the 1950s and 60s he was no longer living with my grandmother and so he lived at the Arlington Hotel. I recall ...Read More
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Dear Editor: Prairie Senior Cottages of Isanti sincerely would like to thank Jamie Fowler, of the North Branch Dairy Queen, who so graciously and generously donated quarts of ice cream and supplied the sundae cups, spoons and napkins. Our 50s themed family night party was a huge success due in part ...Read More
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Dear Editor: As the dust settles at the southeast corner of Highway 95 and Main Street, it should be crystal clear to all that the historic downtown area of Cambridge is sliding toward an unfortunate and now, seemingly inevitable demise. Beyond the rubble that was once the Arlington, empty and under...Read More
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