A facility in Braham that provides services to physically and sexually abused children and vulnerable adults is asking for monetary support from Isanti County.
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My name is Anne Neu and I have had the honor of serving our Chisago County in the Minnesota House for the last four years. I hope to earn your support in the August Primary and the November General Election to continue serving our community for the next two years.
I am Katie Malchow and I am running for State Representative for District 32B. I have lived in Lindstrom with my husband and three children since 2005. My children all attend the Chisago Lakes schools and as a mother and active community supporter, I am proud of our community and all it has …
I, Senator Mark Koran, have filed for re-election to the Minnesota State Senate representing Senate District 32 encompassing most of Isanti and Chisago counties.
Representative Brian Johnson is seeking re-election in Minnesota House District 32A which includes most of Isanti and northern Chisago counties.
Kurt Daudt is the Republican Leader of the Minnesota House of Representatives, and is serving his fourth term representing District 31A.
Rick Greene of Amador Township is running for re-election to the Chisago County Board. Since 2007 he has served as county commissioner from District 2, representing North Branch, Shafer, Taylors Falls and the townships of Amador, Franconia, Shafer and Sunrise.
The city of North Branch is looking into its nuisance complaint procedures after it was determined the current ordinance doesn’t allow for council action to successfully address and enforce issues within the city, when it comes to a variety of nuisances.
An agenda item that helped to pack council chambers and brought multiple users of the North Branch Water & Light (NBWL) system to speak during public comment resulted in discontent and heated discussions amongst council members.
Over $26.6 million in total benefits were distributed in Veterans Affairs expenditures in 2019 through the Isanti County Veterans Services Office, a slight increase from $25 million in 2018.
With golf courses up and running, an on-sale 3.2 malt liquor license was renewed for Sanbrook Golf Course during the Isanti City Council meeting on June 16.
After a lengthy discussion at the June 9 North Branch City Council meeting, council members have established a time line for considering and appointing applicants for the open positions on the Water and Light Commission.
Rush City Council took a closer look at a project aimed at widening East Fourth Street as part of its meeting held virtually on Monday, June 8.
A lengthy discussion following months of debate, research and input has resulted in a finalization of requirements for those wanting to serve on the Water and Light Commission going forward, without an appointed council member.
Implementing better conservation measures throughout Isanti County remains a priority for the Isanti Soil and Water Conservation District.
Businesses in the area need to be able to reopen immediately. That was the message the Cambridge City Council sent to Gov. Tim Walz in a letter approved by the council during its May 18 meeting.
Individuals concerned about water quality and soil erosion in Isanti County should consider filing by June 2 to run for the position of Supervisor of the Isanti Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD).
The North Branch City Council is making progress toward finalizing the process and eligibility criteria for appointing Water and Light Commission members.
The Isanti County Board has agreed to provide some tax relief options to property owners severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The city of North Branch was presented with a check for $20,000 from East Central Energy on May 19 to assist businesses during the current pandemic.
Update - The following announcement was made the evening of May 12:Due to the uncertainty the Covid-19 will have on summer events, the Isanti Firefighters Rodeo Association has made the difficult decision tonight to cancel our 2020 rodeo. We feel that it’s the socially responsible thing to d…
Are you struggling with technology or a new device during your stay-at-home time? Do you need help accessing eBooks from the library? Are you trying to figure out Zoom to connect with friends and family?
Rush City Council made several decisions on situations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic at its meeting held via teleconference on Monday, April 13.
The building under construction off of Dellwood Avenue North in Cambridge, which will house the new library and headquarters for the East Central Regional Library System, is becoming more personalized.
Hosting a citywide cleanup day, opening the compost site and utilizing playground equipment amid COVID-19 concerns dominated the discussion during the Isanti City Council meeting April 7.
A business in Isanti Township that provides tire recycling services for Minnesota and across the Midwest will have a second public hearing in front of the Isanti County Board for the consideration of revoking its conditional use permit.
Supporting city staff, residents and businesses remains a priority for the city of North Branch during the COVID-19 pandemic.