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First Baptist Church of Cambridge is celebrating a milestone that is longer than most people’s lifetimes. For the past year, First Baptist has celebrated 125 years of active existence in the community of Cambridge. Bob Jonsson has been the lead pastor of First Baptist since 2006 and has witnessed the sacrifice and resources it has [...]

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Joel Stottrup Princeton Union Eagle A 274-acre piece of wild land with a lake, mixed hardwoods and evergreens, and a 23-acre stretch of land with prairie grasses located between Princeton and Cambridge-Isanti have just been opened for public use as the new Spencer Brook Wildlife Management Area. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources dedicated the [...]

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City Center Market will hold their 6th Annual Fall Art Festival from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14.  The parking lot will be filled with artists’ beautiful wares – jewelry, drawings, paintings, pottery, photography, rag rugs, and more. Artists include Marilyn Cuellar with original drawings and cards; Lakeland Alpacas with live alpacas and [...]

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Corban Peterson will always have a fishing story about the one that didn’t get away on Paul’s Lake over Labor Day weekend. In fact, one may ask who was in control as the 5-year-old, at 45 inches tall, reeled with all his might to catch a 9-pound, 34-inch northern pike alongside his father in their [...]

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All families are invited to enjoy a meal, as well as fun and games, during a benefit at the Isanti VFW for the Disabled American Veterans. The benefit will be held beginning at noon Saturday, Sept. 14. All proceeds will support the Anoka chapter of Disabled American Veterans, which serves veterans in Isanti County.  The [...]

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The Cambridge City Council set its 2014 preliminary tax levy at $4,892,616 during its Sept. 3 council meeting, which is a 1 percent increase ($48,442) from last year. Finance Director Caroline Moe explained the council and city staff met several times to discuss the 2014 budget and levy. She said city staff and council will [...]

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