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Expert panel talks signs, symptoms, trends Parent interaction, communication and supervision are key components to keeping youth off drugs and alcohol. During a forum March 27 at Isanti Middle School, sponsored by Allina Health and Cambridge Medical Center, a panel of experts touched on several topics relating to drug and alcohol use, including current trends, [...]

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After being an insulin-dependent diabetic for 19 years, Joanie Videen has now been insulin-free since July 2010 after receiving a pancreas transplant. Videen explained she had been on a waiting list for about six months when she got a call about a possible donor. Videen said her doctor explained the pancreas wasn’t a perfect match, [...]

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Larry Southerland spent his life as a public servant working for the people that mattered the most to him — his constituents of his lifelong residency in Isanti County. Southerland, who was raised in Braham, served in the Isanti County Sheriff’s Department beginning in 1971, and later was elected sheriff for three terms, from 1990 [...]

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Local gun shop owners weigh in on gun ownership, safety in light of increased permits to carry —This is the final installment of a two-part series appearing in both the ECM Post Review and Isanti County News. Click here for part one. The gun industry can become guilty by association following a senseless crime or major [...]

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Scott Rosenberg selected as finalist for trucking industry’s most prestigious award. Scott Rosenberg had just dropped off a load of concrete pipe and manholes in Stillwater, Minn., when he spotted a small pickup truck that was upside down, damaged and steaming in a pond. It was the morning of May 9, 2013, on Manning Trail, [...]

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Debbie Griffin Isanti County News About 50 people met March 8 at the Calvary Baptist Church to discuss a house in the neighborhood where the state will provide treatment services to mentally disabled clients starting this month. The home sits on 6 acres northwest of Cambridge near Moon Lake on 336th Avenue. The house is [...]

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