Isanti County has sent out over 7,000 absentee ballots leading up to the Nov. 3 general election.
- Voters head to the polls on Nov. 3
- Important notice on political-related letters to the editor
- Voter's Guide 2020: Part 3
- 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
Press release provided by Chisago County Public Health
With a levy increase of 1.9% proposed for 2021, the North Branch City Council set its preliminary 2021 budget and levy during its Sept. 22 meeting.
Plans to bring a new residential development to the area just south of 20th Avenue Southwest in Cambridge are moving forward.
The Cambridge-Isanti girls swim team closed the book on the 2020 season by competing at the Class 2A Section 7 meet.
Friday, Oct. 30
Treasured Haven Farm will host the Hoot ‘N Holler Adventure Runs on Saturday, Oct. 24.
IMT Insurance, a leading provider of personal and commercial insurance products in the Midwest, recently announced its list of 60 Community Contest winners, distinguishing the Viking Vittles Community Food Backpack Program, submitted by Hermann Insurance Services, Inc., as one of the recipients.
Available immediately in the East Central Regional Library catalog is a new type of kit called an Active Living Kit. These kits are a great way to try a new activity and stay active! Kits must be returned to any branch during open hours, as they do not fit in book returns. They were made pos…
We have several very tall white pines on our property. They were planted 28 years ago when a man that was selling his Christmas tree farm was going door to door selling the small trees he’d planted several years previous. Those trees are now 35-40 feet tall.
Did you know that breast cancer is among the most common cancers women can face? The two greatest risk factors for breast cancer are being a female and getting older. For this reason, it is important that senior women become more aware of this disease and its risk factors, warning signs, and…
Over the past few weeks, we have published an editorial series about important election issues, including race relations, police reform, health care, the COVID-19 response, the economy and climate change.
Minnesotans take great pride in our abundant natural resources. Whether we are fishing in a crystal clear lake, taking the pontoon along the shore near the cabin, or bicycling on one of the state’s expansive and scenic trails, we appreciate the beauty and bounties of this state.
The best tonic for our cratered COVID-19 economy is deep suppression of both virus and disease through vaccines and better therapeutics. We long to return to a semblance of normal and full employment.