Isanti County Board
As of May 1, Isanti County will have a new sheriff. At the Isanti County Board meeting March 6, the board appointed Isanti County Chief Deputy Bill Guenther sheriff effective May 1. The appointment was made due to the resignation of Isanti County Sheriff Russ Monson effective April 30. Guenther will...Read More
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Close proximity to job markets in the Twin Cities has led to high levels of commuting in Isanti County. Chief Executive Officer Barb Chaffee and Regional Mananger Rita Borchert from Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Services presented to commissioners during the Isanti County Board meeting Feb. 20...Read More
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Chief Deputy Guenther recommended to fill remainder of Monson’s term Starting in May, a new sheriff will be in charge of the Isanti County Sheriff’s Department. Isanti County Sheriff Russ Monson announced his retirement during the Isanti County Board meeting Feb. 6, effective April 30. “It’...Read More
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An officer will soon stand guard at the Isanti County Government Center during court hours. During the Isanti County Board meeting Wednesday, Jan. 16, the Isanti County Board approved recommendations by the personnel committee, including hiring a jailer to stand at the front entrance of the building...Read More
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Newly-elected Isanti County Commissioner Greg Anderson was sworn in at during the annual meeting of the Isanti County Board Jan. 8. Auditor-Treasurer Terry Treichel administered the Oath of Office to re-elected commissioners Mike Warring and Larry Southerland as well. The board elected Commissioner ...Read More
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A new program designed to prevent drug use and relapse is coming to Isanti County in 2013. Probation Director Tim MacMillan presented on the Positive Change Program during the Dec. 19 Isanti County Board meeting. The program is designed for court-ordered juvenile probationers, MacMillan said. Each t...Read More
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