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Ayusa International, a nonprofit organization that for 31 years has promoted global learning and leadership through high school student cultural exchanges and leadership programs, is launching its annual search for families in Minnesota to host international students for the 2014-2015 school year. Ayusa is particularly looking for host families in Rush City and Cambridge, along [...]

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Total Wellness Coaching in Cambridge donates training sessions to North Branch Special Olympians— Three athletes from the North Branch Special Olympics team were well-prepared for their poly hockey event last weekend thanks to some serious training in Cambridge. In fact, Charles and Todd Champion and Amandla Osterreich helped their team earn the bronze medal in last [...]

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by Rachel Kytonen and Jon Tatting— Several people have been arrested in connection with an undercover drug investigation, including an offender on the Minnesota Department of Correction’s top 10 most wanted list. The East Central Drug and Violent Offender Task Force concluded a four-month investigation late last month into drug trafficking and possession of stolen [...]

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By Rachel Kytonen/Isanti County News— Minnesota Department of Transportation Commissioner Charlie Zelle talked about the future of transportation during a town hall meeting Dec. 5 in Cambridge. Government officials from Isanti, Chisago, Pine, Kanabec and Mille Lacs counties, as well as members of the public, heard about the future of transportation in Minnesota and also [...]

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On Thursday, Dec. 5, select assortment discount grocer ALDI will open its first Cambridge store, located at 160 Balsam St. N. To celebrate the new Cambridge store, ALDI will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 8:45 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 5, to which the public is invited to attend and sample ALDI exclusive brand products, tour [...]

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by Rachel Kytonen rachel.kytonen@ecm-inc.com Cambridge Mayor Marlys Palmer admits she felt a little better Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 13, upon learning Gov. Mark Dayton suspended the plans by the Minnesota Sex Offender Program to transfer clients to a facility in Cambridge. In a letter addressed to Minnesota Department of Human Services Commissioner Lucinda Jesson, Dayton suspended [...]

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