Reader’s Forum

Dear Editor: The members of the Cambridge Curling Club would like to thank Wendy Hamm at Sears for donating a refrigerator to the club. In return, the Cambridge Curling Club made a donation to the Li’l Farm Children’s Home. Thomas Heinen Cambridge Curling Club

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Dear Editor: Mother was eating very little the last couple of months of her life. I’d come for tea Saturday and Sunday mornings, and the oatmeal raisin cookies dad loved weren’t as appealing to her. Thinking back to what was a special treat, we recalled that she loved glazed raised doughnuts. When asked if she [...]

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Dear Editor: Year after year, Isanti County teens and young adults are at risk on the road because they are less likely to buckle up. We ask all in our community, especially parents, teachers, coaches, employers and others with contact and influence on teens and young adults, to insist on seat belt use and lead [...]

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Dear Editor: St. Patrick’s Day partygoers are reminded to plan ahead for a sober ride this holiday weekend as Isanti County law enforcement will be adding extra DWI patrols on the roads to prevent alcohol-related crashes. St. Patrick’s Day is historically a dangerous drinking and driving party period. Since 2009, more than 1,450 people have [...]

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Dear Editor: Since late fall, a group of Cambridge and Isanti County adults and teens, connected by their concern for youth in our area, have met and explored the possibility of a Teen Center in Cambridge. There has been much enthusiasm by everyone for the project. Students, parents, grandparents, business owners, city and county officials, [...]

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Dear Editor: In response to Mr. Kampa’s letter. I admit, I like the idea of having a commuter train that could bring people from North Branch, Cambridge and Isanti to the cities or Duluth. Imagine going to a concert, sporting event or even shopping and then not having to worry about the traffic getting home, [...]

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Dear Editor: We need you. The foundation has been set for the next phase of strategic planning for District 911 Schools. On Feb. 6-8, 25 strategic planning team members from the communities met for the first planning session. During this session the team identified beliefs, a mission, parameters, objectives and strategies that will help guide [...]

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