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Dear Editor: In honor of February being “Heart Healthy Awareness Month,” students in Mrs. Tomczak and Miss Pearson’s second, third and fourth grade physical education classes at Braham Elementary participated in the “Jump Rope for Heart” fundraiser. This year, students raised $5,846 in ple...Read More
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Dear Editor: The area Knights of Columbus and the Pregnancy Resource Center of Cambridge co-hosted their “Bowling for Babies” event Feb. 22 at Junction Bowl in Isanti. This fundraising event was a huge success thanks to the many volunteers and sponsors that made it possible. Nearly 100 people ca...Read More
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Dear Editor: On behalf of the entire Cambridge Fire Department, I would like to thank those that supported our efforts at the Arlington fire. We had over 40-hours on scene in two days. It would have been a lot tougher if it weren’t for the local businesses that assisted us along the way with food,...Read More
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Dear Editor: Gov. Mark Dayton has a plan to fix Minnesota’s deteriorating roads and bridges and to help counties do their part. Under the Governor’s proposal, Isanti County would receive an additional $1.1 million under Gov. Dayton’s plan. Gov. Dayton’s plan also includes funding to fix seve...Read More
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Dear Editor: We appreciate everyone’s support for our first Spaghetti Dinner held March 5 at the Braham Event Center. Your money and donations helped greatly in our March Food Campaign. Braham Area Food Shelf...Read More
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Dear Editor: On behalf of the Cambridge Fire Department I would like to thank everyone who attended or donated to our 7th Annual Gun Raffle and Old Time BBQ. We had our best year yet. We want to send a special thanks to the Stacy-Lent Fire Department for helping us with our event and providing [...]...Read More
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Dear Editor: Because of the hard work of a few people, the aquatic facility, is back on the agenda. A petition with over 300 names on it was presented to the Cambridge City Council last fall. As you know, we have been working on this for years and we won’t give up. Cambridge needs a [...]...Read More
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