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Acclaimed chef brings 'The Perfect Burger' to new eatery in Cambridge
The 27,000-square-foot Leader department store in Cambridge, Minn., has sold a lot over the past century: boat motors, skis, furniture, fabric, and, of course, men’s and women’s clothing. One thing it hasn’t: Swedish meatballs.
Main Street dream becomes reality, salon opens in Cambridge
For Emily Pearson, owning her own salon has been a dream for as long as she can remember, and on Dec. 3 that dream became reality. Mo Millie Salon opened its doors for Pearson’s first customer bright and early Monday morning after almost two years of renovations and remodels.
Jury Convicts Snowmobiler in Crash That Killed Minnesota boy
CENTER CITY, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota jury has convicted a snowmobiler who struck and killed an 8-year-old boy on Chisago Lake. Jurors on Tuesday convicted Eric Coleman, of Chisago City, of third-degree murder, drunken driving, criminal vehicular homicide and criminal vehicular operation.
Courts Watch: St. Cloud men sentenced to prison for rape, manslaughter
Editor's note: This weekly report includes new information about Stearns, Benton and Sherburne county criminal cases covered in the St. Cloud Times. Lazaro Domingo Diaz, 38, Willmar, pleaded guilty Dec. 10 to second-degree assault, violation of a domestic abuse no-contact order and first-degree assa
Video: Man and Woman Use Bolt Cutters to Steal Salvation Army Donation Kettle
A man and a woman were caught on camera using bolt cutters to steal a Salvation Army donation kettle from outside a store. The two, both wearing hooded sweatshirts, are seen approaching the kettle on Dec. 4, with one using the bolt cutters to snip off one part of the handle holding the kettle in pla
Cambridge City Council applications now being accepted
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.
CambridgeACT on Alzheimer’s: Update on ACT Memory Café
In an effort to raise awareness, reduce the stigma of Alzheimer’s disease, educate our community and assist families who have been touched by Alzheimer’s disease, this month’s article highlights The ACT Memory Café that meets the second Thursday of each month at SAC’s Enrichment Center.
Man gets jail in South St. Paul drive-by shooting that injured 2
One of five people charged last year after a drive-by shooting in South St. Paul that injured two people has been sentenced to jail time. Tyrone Lamar Farrow, 38, of Big Lake, Minn., on Tuesday was given a year in jail, 10 years’ probation and 60 days of electronic home monitoring to commence on the
Jury convicts man who killed Wyoming boy in crash
Eric Coleman, the man who killed an 8-year-old Wyoming boy in a snowmobile crash in January, has been convicted by a Chisago County jury of multiple counts related to the incident, including third-degree murder.
Wrestling: Woodbury, East Ridge fight with every dual, match
The Royals hosted the Woodbury Duals on Saturday with eight teams in attendance. Woodbury fed off of the home attendance throughout the entire day and it led to some good duals for the Royals.
Washington County swears in district’s first black judge
Juanita Freeman first learned of people’s distrust in the U.S. justice system at a young age. In particular, hearing about her foster siblings’ experiences and seeing how that effected her family gave her a “deep-rooted” desire to become a public servant.
Kraus-Anderson to build psychiatric treatment facility in Minnesota
Minnesota’s children and youth with mental health needs will soon have a state-of-the-art healing facility where they can receive therapeutic and educational services under one roof. Thanks to a partnership with The Hills Youth and Family Services, Kraus-Anderson, TKDA Architects and Northeast Metro
Traffic stop leads to various charges
A Spencer Brook man is facing five charges following a traffic stop near the Cambridge Primary School. Stephen John Kowalik, 40, was charged on Nov. 26 before Judge John Klossner in Isanti County District Court in Cambridge with felony fifth-degree drug possession; gross misdemeanor possession of da
North Dakota woman faces drug charges in Isanti County
A North Dakota woman is facing two drug charges after parking her vehicle in the westbound lane of 343rd Avenue in Isanti County. Leann Marie Holter, 42, of Devils Lake, North Dakota, was charged Nov. 27 before Judge John Klossner in Isanti County District Court in Cambridge with gross misdemeanor f
Ramsey’s Highway 10 project could have big impact on Elk River
A project to remove traffic signals along U.S. Highway 10 in Ramsey could negatively impact its neighbor to the west, Elk River city staff said recently. Public Works Director Justin Femrite told the Elk River City Council that the city of Ramsey and Anoka County years ago started documents studying
Man found guilty in snowmobile crash that killed 8-year-old boy
CHISAGO CITY, Minn. - A Chisago County man has been found guilty of multiple charges, including third-degree murder, after fatally hitting an 8-year-old boy with a snowmobile in January.
Plans move forward to bring library, headquarters to former Cambridge Health Care site
Plans are moving forward to renovate and repurpose the former Cambridge Health Care building to house the new Cambridge Public Library and East Central Regional Library Headquarters.
Crews Battle Fire At Anoka Car Wash
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Firefighters battled flames overnight at a gas station in Anoka. The fire broke out in the Shell station on 7th Avenue and was contained to the car wash.
5-home development planned in East Bethel
Sherco Construction cleared a hurdle Nov. 21 in its effort to build five homes on parcels just north of Skylark Drive in East Bethel. Skylark Drive is a gravel road, and paving the road made the lots unattractive to potential developers. On Nov. 21, the council approved creating a “metes and bounds”
Hockey Day Minnesota will be special homecoming for Jamie Hersch
An opportunity to come to Minnesota? Jamie Hersch doesn’t think twice — she leaps at the chance. Hersch, who served as a FOX Sports North host and reporter from 2013-15, will return to the air when she hosts the upcoming Hockey Day Minnesota, which will take place on Jan. 19 in Bemidji.