During the March 19 Isanti City Council meeting, Lt. Travis Muyres was appointed interim chief, while Chief Gene Hill remains on paid administrative leave.
The community is invited out for a night of fun and food during the 14th annual Taste of Isanti County event from 5-8 p.m. March 28 at the Spirit River Community Center in Isanti.
Isanti County Public Health Director Tony Buttacavoli approached the Isanti County Board of Commissioners to set a public hearing to consider revising the county’s tobacco ordinance regulating the possession, sale and consumption of tobacco and tobacco-related devices and products during the…
While both Isanti Police Chief Gene Hill and Isanti Police Lt. Travis Muyres were placed on paid administrative leave on Jan. 24, Muyres is back to work while Hill remains on leave.
The Armed Forces Center in Cambridge will be filled with thoughts of gardening and spring, as Isanti County Master Gardeners present the 16th annual “Burst Into Spring” from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on March 9.
Self-taught jazz guitarist Sam Miltich and classically trained pianist, flutist and violinist Charmin Michelle will join together to bring their “Take Love Easy” tribute to Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass to the Richard G. Hardy Stage at 7 p.m. Feb. 16.
A new Cambridge Public Library and East Central Regional Library headquarters located in the former GracePointe Crossing Gables East building is looking more promising.
The city of Isanti has named current Isanti Police investigator Dustin Noreen as interim police chief following two special closed meetings of the Isanti City Council held on Jan. 24.
On Jan. 12, Senator Mark Koran (R-North Branch) addressed the Polaris Battalion Division of the Navy Sea Cadets at their annual military ball.
Construction projects for this summer around Isanti County were discussed during a North 65 Chamber of Commerce meeting held Jan. 16 at New Hope Community Church in Isanti.
The Isanti County Board of Commissioners elected Commissioner Mike Warring as chair and Commissioner Greg Anderson as vice chair at their meeting Jan. 8.
After a lengthy discussion on whether the city of Braham should allow non-resident business or property owners to be able to apply for Planning Commission seats during the Jan. 8 City Council meeting, the council decided to table the discussion until a seat becomes open.
Marlys Palmer, who served as mayor of Cambridge for the past 20 years, will remain on the Cambridge City Council for the next two years, but as a City Council member.
With over 22,000 people served by Family Pathways each year in communities throughout East Central Minnesota and Polk County, Wisconsin, and four main service areas focused on the needs of those people, the organization’s 40 years of service has provided life-changing benefits and support fo…
There were no public comments shared during the Dec. 4 Braham City Council Truth in Taxation meeting that preceded the regular December meeting.
Minnesota Speaker of the House of Representatives Kurt Daudt approached the Isanti County Board of Commissioners regarding legislative priorities in Isanti County during the board’s meeting Dec. 5.
With Jim Godfrey’s election to mayor, the Cambridge City Council will need to appoint a resident to fill out the remainder of Godfrey’s council member term which runs through Jan. 5, 2021. Applications are now being accepted through 3 p.m. on Dec. 28.
A 2012 graduate of Cambridge-Isanti High School has gone from interning in the Isanti County Attorney’s Office to serving as a legislative correspondent and assistant for an Idaho congressman in Washington, D.C.
It’s Thanksgiving again! Millions of families are preparing themselves for turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberries, candied yams, green bean casserole, and pumpkin pie. This is the perfect time to gather with your family and enjoy a traditional dinner with all the fixings.
First Fruits Land Development is looking to build nine more single-family residential homes as part of the Sun Prairie Fourth Addition in the city of Isanti.
As a young boy, veteran Kevin Gunter always dreamed of following in the footsteps of his dad and uncles and joining the service, so naturally as soon as he turned 18 that’s what he did.
With the passing of the city of Cambridge’s local option sales tax referendum, the city and the East Central Regional Library are looking forward to what the future may hold.
Due to the city of Cambridge’s selection for a grant match of up to $10,000 for an emergency response fund through the Initiative Foundation, the city has adopted the foundation’s agreement establishing the Cambridge Area Community Foundation.
The Braham City Council moved through a routine agenda this month that included approval of a new phone system for City Hall and the proposed bid for an additional police vehicle.
Due to its efforts in implementing conservation practices and improving Minnesota’s natural resources, the city of Isanti has received the 2018 Isanti Soil and Water Conservation District’s Outstanding Conservationist Award.
Recognized for her hard work and dedication to her community, Chris Miller was nominated by University of Minnesota professor and friend Mary Anne Casey to be named one of Minnesota’s top 50 Over 50 for 2018.
B’s Homecare of Cambridge celebrated the opening of its adult day center on Sept. 28 after receiving final approval from the city for operations, a day that had been long awaited by staff and owners.
Congratulations to the city of Isanti, recipients of the 2018 Isanti Soil and Water Conservation District’s Outstanding Conservationist Award.