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Retired Isanti County Judge James Dehn (left) recently received an award from the Minnesota Beer Wholesalers Association for his efforts in developing drunk driving programs and helping to start the Safe Cab program in East Central Minnesota. Presenting the award for the Minnesota Beer Whole…

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With over 22,000 miles of trails throughout Minnesota, and hundreds of miles in Isanti County alone, and just three local snowmobile groups registered with the Minnesota United Snowmobilers Association, it is important for residents to volunteer anytime they can.

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On any given day, the Isanti County Jail could be home to 111 inmates who are entitled to canteen purchases. Until now, the process has been extremely time consuming for jail programs coordinator Brian Ricke.

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Former Cambridge-Isanti School Board Member Kyle Alan Johnson was sentenced by Isanti County Judge John Klossner on Sept. 14 to two years probation, to abide by the rules and conditions of probation, 40 hours of community service, a fine of $500, and is required to complete a cognitive think…

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Isanti County Sheriff Chris Caulk and Isanti County Deputy Sheriff John Gillquist introduced Raider, the new K-9 who recently came overseas from the Czech Republic, during the Isanti County Board Meeting Sept. 6.

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A level 3 predatory sexual offender who moved to Bradford Township in August 2016 has been charged with criminal sexual conduct due to alleged incidents at the Minnesota State Fair.

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Whether it’s having fun on the boat or playing beach volleyball, it’s easy for a person to lose track of how much they’re drinking while out celebrating the final days of summer. That’s why if Minnesotans are planning to drink at all, it’s time to line up a sober driver.

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A second K-9 is being added to the Isanti County Sheriff’s Office to provide 24-hour K-9 patrol for Isanti County.

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The Cambridge Police Department would like to introduce their newest officer, Chris Spaulding. Spaulding recently completed three months of intense field training within the department and is now on solo patrol. He will be working an overlapping day shift to assist day shift calls for servic…

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Susan Marie Larson, 37, Stanchfield, was charged July 5 before Judge Amy Brosnahan in Isanti County District Court in Cambridge with gross misdemeanor fifth-degree drug possession and petty misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Her bail was set at $6,000 without conditions or $3,000 …