The first day of spring, known as the Spring Vernal Equinox, arrived on March 20. This is just a calendar date. If you look out your window, from a standpoint of weather, real spring will arrive later. Spring is the time when “a young man’s thoughts turn to thoughts of love,” and outdoors an…
For more than 54 years, the real estate sales affiliates of CENTURY 21 Moline Realty, Inc. have provided home buyers and sellers in the community with services that have helped them to make informed real estate decisions as representatives of the celebrated CENTURY 21® System.
It’s a classic story. Two identical-looking people from completely different backgrounds switch places. Rich swaps with poor. Poor swaps with rich. Add a twist of Elizabethan England and you’ve got The Pauper Princess – a retelling of Mark Twain’s The Prince and the Pauper. Before Queen Eliz…
Young women who are juniors in high school through age 22 who live, work, or attend(ed) school in Isanti County are encouraged to participate in the Cambridge Ambassador Program’s Candidate Experience for 2019.
Many people think hospice care is only for those expected to pass away in days—not true. It can improve the quality of life for seniors and support families. Hospice is a type of medical care whose goal is to maintain or improve quality of life for someone whose illness, disease, or conditio…
Century 21 Real Estate LLC recently recognized the following sales affiliates with the CENTURY 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award.
March is National Nutrition Month. Its purpose is to help the public become aware of the importance of good nutrition and a healthy eating plan by “Biting Into a Healthy Lifestyle.” There is no denying the health benefits that come from nutritious diets. Incorporating a healthy diet into you…
With a love for coloring and a desire to raise money for children with cancer, Isanti Intermediate School fourth-grader Adalyn Schulz has created a coloring book she calls “Color for Kids with Cancer,” which highlights some of Minnesota’s greatest offerings.
A handful of residents and business owners attended a public hearing Feb. 20 during the Isanti County Board meeting for the consideration of adopting a local option sales tax for transportation.
Setting in motion the process for finding a successor to City Administrator Sally Hoy and approving a rate increase for water and sewer rates were the primary tasks at the Feb. 19 Braham City Council meeting.
When a fire sparks, every second counts as firefighters engage in the battle. Easy access to city fire hydrants is a key to success, according to Cambridge Fire Department Deputy Fire Chief Will Pennings.
The Cambridge-Isanti Girl Scouts are out at booths around the community. If you see them, make sure you say “hi” and purchase a box or two of cookies. If you can’t have cookies, no problem. Troops take donations to donate boxes of cookies to the local community or to send to the military. At…
Curious about what you can do to help those in need in your community? Join folks in the Braham area on March 21 for the Empty Bowls Event. It will be held at the Braham Event Center, and is a fundraiser for the Braham Area Food Shelf in conjunction with the Minnesota Food Share March Campai…
In Sherrie Evenson’s 34-year career as a city letter carrier for the Cambridge Post Office, she logged approximately 124,100 miles and 6.2 million deliveries.
Cambridge-Isanti’s Tate Torgerson has a lot riding on his performance in the state individual wrestling tournament this weekend. He would certainly like to finish on the podium as one of the state’s top wrestlers – and winning the title certainly is on his mind.
Allison Mann and Michael Brodkorb have spent the last two years sharing the true story of the Rucki family after both were exposed to the disappearance of the two children through their careers.
Millions of older adults are exploited each year by scammers. It is estimated that seniors lose billions of dollars to scammers each year. We would like to touch on three popular scams that are circulating right now, and what can be done if you become a victim of these scams.
February means cold weather, Valentine’s Day, hearts, and a shorter month. So, it’s appropriate that February is American Heart Month. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., one in four deaths per year are caused by heart disease.
Are you ready to celebrate one of our favorite holidays with us? Valentine’s Day is fast approaching; a day to tell your family and friends how special they are and bring happiness to hearts of all ages. This holiday has been celebrated as far back as the 14th century, and in 18th century En…
Stanchfield Baptist Church would like to invite the community to a Valentine Dinner at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16. Suggested donation: $15/adults and $7/children under 12. This event is a fundraiser for youth summer missions. Join for great food and fun!
As a young boy Brian Freeman had a dream of becoming a writer. Now he’s a man with a resume full of published novels and awards, and he’s headed to Cambridge for an author event at Scout & Morgan Books.
Starting April 4 we have some big changes coming to your local newspaper. We will be blending the best of two papers into one when we launch the completely new County News Review.
Join for a warm, winter evening in front of the Scout & Morgan Books fireplace as they welcome back international, Minnesota Book Award finalist, Brian Freeman with his latest Frost Easton mystery, “The Crooked Street,” on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 6:30 p.m.
Family Pathways is prepared to help as the government shutdown affects our neighbors who are federal workers, along with others who are impacted.
On Saturday, Jan. 26, Spirit River Community UMC, continued the monthly food distribution, Matthew 25, at 9:30 a.m. at Isanti Middle School.
After a promising first round of treatment, and with a desire to continue to improve her health, Sarah Jokinen and her family are asking for the community’s support for their return trip to Panama for stem cell treatment.
American music lovers of all generations will not want to miss a special performance by Angie Hoeft next month at East Central Regional Library branches in Cambridge, North Branch and Princeton.
The Cambridge Friends of the Library has selected “Evergreen Tidings from the Baumgartners” by author Gretchen Anthony as the 2019 Cambridge Community-Wide Read.