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With more than more than 25 years of health care leadership experience, Gary Shaw is excited to begin as president of Cambridge Medical Center. Shaw, who began in his position May 6, has been busy making his way around the community and recently visited with the Cambridge-Isanti Rotary Club.  Shaw is replacing Dennis Doran, who […]

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When Stephanie Aronson attended a class to obtain her conceal-and-carry permit, the experience could have gone better. While Aronson said the instructor meant “no bad will,” she found it extremely uncomfortable having to take the class in the back room of a gun store with all men. This was part of the reason she decided […]

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North Folk Winery (formerly known as Stark Wines) officially begins its regular weekend hours at Spring Opener on May 11. In celebration of their 2013 season, and in keeping with their promotion of “local,” live performances of local folk musicians will take place throughout the day. The Mad Cow Band (Ogilvie) will start the day […]

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Commercial Exhibit Space at the Isanti County Fair is now being offered and they would like to invite all businesses to be a part of this great community get-together. The dates for the 2013 Isanti County Fair are July 24 through July 28. With a theme of “Oktoberfest in July,” the fair will be providing […]

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If you are looking to purchase your first home, now is the time to participate in Home Stretch. Home Stretch is a first-time homebuyer workshop that takes participants through the entire home buying process. In one day, you will learn about credit, qualifying for a mortgage, shopping for a home, the closing process, basic home […]

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Cambridge resident Albert Larson from Minneapolis Plumbers Local #15, along with 141 other union volunteer plumbers around the state, repaired plumbing problems for 115 low-income, elderly and disabled homeowners during Project Water’s Off held April 6 at an estimated value of $70,500. Area contractors Gorham-Oien Mechanical and Commercial Plumbing & Heating provided parts, tools and […]

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