- A match made in heaven: Two area couples combine forces to build boutique hotel in downtown Cambridge
- Dreamy weather greets North Branch Midsummer Days
- Cambridge-Isanti teacher, coach killed in crash
- Cambridge Ambassador Program makes a splash in its return
- East Central Energy to buy North Branch Water and Light electric assets
A major hurdle in the gradual dissolution of North Branch Water and Light has been cleared, as East Central Energy and the North Branch City Council and NBW&L have entered into a purchase agreement for all electric assets of NBW&L, which essentially makes the approximately 2,000 elec…
The decision of who to replace Amanda Darwin on the North Branch City Council turned out to be an easy one, as by the time it came to the council voting, only one applicant was left.
A large crowd of about 50 kids attended the Bruce the Bug Guy presentation, highlighting a variety of insects, at the Braham Event Center last Monday, June 20. While some were a little squeamish about handling the various “creepy crawlers” such as moths, millipedes, cockroaches, and this Ros…
Nutrients in run-off from spring rainstorms combined with persistent hot weather on the way can mean trouble for lakes across Minnesota, triggering algal blooms that can be harmful to people and pets. Recent reports of blooms already spotted across the state have led to swimming advisories. …
Blossom End Rot is a physiological disorder of tomato/pepper/squash in which the tissue of the blossom end of the fruit breaks down and rots, thus reducing yield. Most, if not all, tomato/pepper/squash growers are familiar with BER.
There is so much to be thankful for as I reflect on the 2021-22 school year. With so much to celebrate, our success was accelerated in part due to how we overcame the challenges we faced. Across the country and our state, school districts faced a significant shortage of substitute teachers. …
Prior to the start of the Cambridge-Isanti graduation ceremony last Friday night, I was talking with my cohort at the County NewsReview, John Wagner. Being the new editor at that paper, this was his first experience with covering CIHS’ traditional ceremony, so he was asking what the S.O.P. w…