Roads were the main issue discussed at the Harris City Council meeting on Aug. 12.
The Cambridge City Council took the final step in the process to begin collection of the 0.5% local option sales tax during its meeting Aug. 19.
There were plenty of laughs, a few tears, and lots of smiles at the Cambridge-Isanti Bluejackets Hall of Fame induction ceremony held at Spirit River Community Center on Sunday, Aug. 18.
The people of Stacy, North Branch, Harris and Rush City will not have missed the seemingly endless flow of distance runners making their way north on the afternoon and evening of Friday, Aug. 16, as well as the innumerable decorated vans carrying support crews and runners waiting their turn.
Sandquist Park in Cambridge will host the National Softball Federation’s eighth annual Tournament of Champions/North American Championship this weekend.
The North Branch Nighthawks fell short of their goal of reaching their first Minnesota Baseball Association state tournament, but their fourth-place finish in the Region 1C tournament — just two spots short of state in a 13-team playoff group — is the best in the team’s three-year history.
The District 2 champion North Branch Vikings 13UA youth baseball team has been selected as a Youth 1st Team Award winner. The Vikings will be recognized at CHS Field during a St. Paul Saints game on Sunday, Aug. 25.
City Center Market of Cambridge raised funds throughout July to benefit East Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity as part of the Round It Up. The program allows shoppers to contribute to local community organizations throughout the month by rounding up their total on purchases made in the …
Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church of Dalbo and Siloa…
Regardless of what stage of life you’re in, you must make financial and investment decisions that will be with you for the remainder of your years. But the moves you make when you’re just starting out in your career may be quite different from when you’re retired. So, let’s look at some of t…
This editorial is the fifth in a series on issues facing Minnesota’s aging population.
After much discussion, debate and disagreement, our state’s leaders decided to approve a transportation budget for the coming biennium that looks very much like the past two years.
This editorial is the fourth in a series on issues facing Minnesota’s aging population.