Cambridge

Maria Del Rosario Mendiola-Garcia has been found as of 9 a.m. this morning, and has been safely returned to her residence in Cambridge. The Cambridge Police Department is asking for the community’s help in locating a missing person. On Sept. 6, the Cambridge Police Department received a report of a missing person. Maria Del Rosario [...]

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The Cambridge Police Department is seeking public assistance and help in locating a missing person. Robert Houston Glass was reported missing from a residence within the city of Cambridge on Saturday, July 16, according to a press release issued by the Cambridge Police Department during the afternoon of July 19. He left the residence on [...]

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Rachel Kytonen Straight line winds reportedly up to 80 miles per hour, combined with torrential rain and hail, took down hundreds of trees and utility poles during a storm that rumbled through the area Friday evening, July 1. The hardest hit area in Isanti County was the city of Cambridge, particularly in the northwest area [...]

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By Rachel Kytonen While the Cambridge community and Cambridge Fire Department continues to grieve the loss of firefighter Chip Imker, his family and friends reflect on his caring nature and giving spirit. During a press conference held Thursday, May 26, outside Cambridge Fire Hall, friends, family members and firefighters described 35-year-old Chip as a beloved [...]

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By Elizabeth Sias Ken Swanson counts his blessings every day. The 90-year-old has been volunteering for almost three years at Cambridge Medical Center as a front desk greeter, where he provides information and helps people find different locations in the hospital. “I like helping people,” he said. “Sometimes people in a wheelchair will come in [...]

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Veterans share stories Life on board the USS Bergall wasn’t like life at home. As a sonar technician, U.S. Navy veteran Jim Rostberg was the eyes and ears of the SSN-667, a nuclear powered attack submarine. He spent the majority of his missions searching for, tracking and collecting intelligence on high priority enemy submarines. Standing [...]

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