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The Frankensteiners Car Club hosted their 13th annual car show on Oct. 13 featuring over 1100 vehicles. Thousands of spectators filled the Isanti County Fairgrounds for the once a year experience. Children were invited to dress up and trick-or-treat at each vehicle while checking out the uni…

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When veterans return from overseas, for many the real battle of trying transition back into “normal life” is just beginning. Post-traumatic stress disorder or devastating physical injuries make this transition very difficult.

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An event that encourages families to explore the parks and amenities throughout the city of Isanti, known as Passport to Parks, kicked off June 21 with a welcoming event at Bluebird Park.

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The Cambridge-Isanti Women’s Connection will hold their monthly luncheon on Monday, July 9. This month’s speaker will be Maryjo Keller from Breckenridge. Keller will share “Not Yet: A Survivor of Man Near Death Experiences.”

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Isanti County Zoning Administrator Trina Bergloff approached the Isanti County Board during its meeting June 20 with proposed changes to the Isanti County zoning ordinance relating to feedlots.

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The Isanti County Agricultural Society is looking for volunteers to help make their 141st annual event a success. The fair, which runs from July 18-22, operates on the dedication of hundreds of volunteers, and this year there is a need for more.

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The 2018 Isanti Rodeo Jubilee Days will kick off on July 5 with parade day events beginning at 4 p.m. with entertainment by the Drivin’ Wheels on the main stage, and food vendors along the parade route beginning at 4:30 p.m.

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Isanti Mayor George Wimmer proclaimed June 19 as the Mayor’s Employer Celebration Day in the city of Isanti. Business owners and employees were invited to a luncheon to celebrate their contributions to the city, and 17 businesses were presented with awards for their business anniversaries.

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St. Francis Area Schools will see meal prices increase for the first time in six years, while Anoka-Hennepin’s lunch prices continue to climb.