Mayor Marlys Palmer

Thursday, May 3, marks the National Day of Prayer and the 17th Annual East Central “Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast.” The event will take place from 6:45 to 7:45 a.m. at First Baptist Church, 304 South Main St., Cambridge. The East Central Ministerial Association would like to invite all area public officials, pastors and church members to […]

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By Rachel Kytonen Cambridge Mayor Marlys Palmer said 2011 was a year that she won’t forget. With the death of Cambridge firefighter Chip Imker in May, the July storm that downed hundreds of trees and utility pools, the July opening of the Cambridge-Isanti Bike/Walk Trail, along with the opening of the new 2nd Ave. bridge […]

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The New York Times’ No. 1 seller Little Bee has been chosen as the 2011 Cambridge Community-wide Read. Written by British author Chris Cleave, this novel explores the tenuous friendship that blooms between two disparate strangers—one an illegal Nigerian refugee, the other a journalist from suburban London. The culminating event of the reading program will […]

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Rachel Kytonen Over 100 people packed Cambridge City Hall on Monday, March 21, to hear first-hand the city’s plans on the annexation of Cambridge Township. After hearing from Cambridge Mayor Marlys Palmer, the township residents learned the annexation had been discussed, but there are no such plans moving forward. Palmer acknowledged a lot of the […]

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By Rachel Kytonen Cambridge Mayor Marlys Palmer said “it has been an exciting year for the city of Cambridge,” during her annual State of the City Address held March 9. During the State of the City, hosted by the Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce, Palmer noted the city’s growth is slow, but still positive. “Our […]

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