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- Chisago County - 2020 General Election Information
- Voter's Guide 2020: Part 2
- Voter's Guide 2020
- Brandon Grell files for Springvale Township supervisor
- Kayla Hagfors files for Braham School Board
- Jim Swenson files for re-election as North Branch mayor
- Amanda Darwin files for North Branch City Council
- Kayla Hagfors
- Important reminder about free filing statements
- Mayors of Braham, North Branch face challengers in November general election
- 2020 Primary Election Results
- 2020 Primary Election Voter's Guide
- Anne Neu files for re-election to State Representative District 32B
- Katie Malchow files for State Representative District 32B
- Mark Koran files for re-election to State Senator District 32
- Brian Johnson seeks re-election to State Representative District 32A
- Kurt Daudt files for re-election to State Representative District 31A
- Rick Greene files for re-election to Chisago County Board
- Mark Ziebarth files for Cambridge City Council
- Marlys Dunne files for Chisago County Commissioner
- David Redfield files for Cambridge City Council
- Brad Brown files for State Representative House District 31A
- Seven file for Cambridge City Council; notice on free filing statements
Rush City Council approved the 2021 preliminary city budget and levy on Sept. 14.
An issue that has been discussed over the years in the city of Cambridge since 2014 is finally coming to fruition.
Rush City is moving forward with a plan to install street lights in Rush Creek Estates.
If you have been toying around with the idea of planting cover crops on your agricultural fields the Isanti Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) has a new program that may be of interest to you.
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Every day in America, millions of parents and caregivers travel with children in their vehicles. While some children are buckled in properly in the correct car seats for their ages and sizes, many are not, if they are buckled up at all. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Na…
Enjoy a lively virtual discussion with four multi-genre, Minnesota Book Award-winning authors on Saturday, Sept. 26, from 9:30-11 a.m. The authors will include Michael Hall, Bao Phi, Laura Purdie Salas and Joyce Sidman.
Student involvement and student voice is so critical to creating an environment in which they feel supported and find joy in learning! We have been diligent to engage students in decisions and opportunities as we return to schools.
Falling is not a normal part of aging and there are numerous precautions you can take to reduce your risk. Falls Prevention Month is designed to spread this important message.
Today’s retirees, and those of tomorrow, have had a sense of purpose their entire lives – and they don’t intend to give it up just because they’ll no longer be working full time. In fact, 55% of recent retirees said retirement is the time for “a new chapter in life,” compared with just 22% w…
Poll after poll continues to show that health care remains a major concern to American voters. That was the case before the COVID-19 pandemic arrived, and, if anything, it is more so now. When voters go to the polls this fall, they should consider carefully how their elected officials plan t…
The only topic to push COVID-19 off the front pages this year has been the issues with racial disparities, police reform and public safety – especially here in Minnesota since the death of George Floyd.
Minnesota must safely open its schools. That is a complete sentence and thought, “safely open.”