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Gas savings: The cheapest station in Siren

(SIREN, WI) For bargain hunters there may be no better target than gas, with the cheapest station in the Siren area offering savings of $0.05 per gallon. On Saturday the cheapest gallon of unleaded regular in the area was at Marathon at 24184 Wi-35. Regular there was listed at $2.84 per gallon Wednesday, compared to $2.89 at Minit Mart at 26354 Lakeland Ave S, which GasBuddy clocked as the most expensive station in the area.
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Cambridge gas price comparison: Cheapest gas in the area

(CAMBRIDGE, MN) According to Cambridge gas price data, you could be saving up to $0.20 per gallon on gas. BP at 2046 2Nd Ave Se was the cheapest station in the area, according to a survey by GasBuddy, with regular listed at $2.79 per gallon Wednesday. By comparison, the most expensive gallon was at Speedway at 101 S Garfield St, where a gallon of regular was selling for $2.99.
Cambridge, MNisanti-chisagocountystar.com

Two fatal crashes bookend weekend

A tragic weekend on area roads was bookended by a pair of fatal crashes, with one occurring just south of Isanti and the other just north of North Branch. The first fatality was the result of a collision between a Buick Lesabre and a semi trailer on Highway 65 on Friday, June 4 resulting in a 25-year-old Cambridge woman dying at the scene.
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Cambridge woman killed in crash

A Cambridge woman was killed in a crash on Highway 65, in Isanti Township, on June 4, at 6:07 p.m. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a freightliner semi, driven by Aklilu Alem Gebremichael, 32, of Dallas, was crossing the northbound lanes of Highway 65 at 278th Lane Northeast, when a 2000 Buick Lesabre, driven by Bianca Mae Rogalski, 25, of Cambridge, traveling northbound on Highway 65, struck toward the rear of the freightliner on the driver’s side. Rogalski was pronounced deceased at the scene.
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Survey of Amery diesel prices reveals $0.10 savings at cheapest station

(AMERY, WI) Your choice of gas station could be costing you as much as $0.10 if you’re buying diesel in Amery, according to a recent price survey. The survey, which looked at prices across the Amery area on Tuesday, found that Kwik Trip at 855 Keller Ave Shad the cheapest advertised diesel, at just $3.09 per gallon. By comparison, the most expensive station in the area was BP at 960 South Ave W, which listed a per-gallon price of $3.19.
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Mille Lacs County rollover injures Rush City man

A Rush City man suffered non-life-threatening injuries during a rollover crash Sunday, June 6, in Isle Harbor Township, Mille Lacs County. According to Minnesota State Patrol reports, at 5:53 p.m., Sunday, Michael Allen Skalsky, 27, of Rush City, was operating a 1996 Dodge Ram that was traveling south on Highway 47, just south of Highway 27, when the Ram veered off the highway and into a ditch. The Ram struck a driveway approach, reentered the roadway and rolled over. Skalsky was transported from the scene to Regions Hospital in St. Paul for non-life-threatening injuries. Skalsky was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the incident and conditions are described as dry.
Osceola, WIosceolasun.com

History of the Osceola Depot

In 1890 a small wooden depot sat at the north end of Osceola, serving a brand new train line that had been completed not three years earlier. Even in construction, the new line was no stranger to accident, and one afternoon a westbound freight train hit a parked steam engine, derailing the freight cars off the south side of the tracks and through the middle of the depot. No one was injured in the accident, though the building was mostly destroyed. It was repaired, and limped along for nearly another two decades. In 1916 the wooden structure was torn down and a new, state of the art depot made of red, wire-cut brick and sandstone trim was built — The project cost $10,000.
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Siren gas price comparison: Cheapest gas in the area

(SIREN, WI) Gas prices vary across in the Siren area, but if you’re willing to head for the cheapest station, you could be saving up to $0.02 per gallon. Marathon at 24184 Wi-35 was the cheapest station in the area, according to a survey by GasBuddy, with regular listed at $2.77 per gallon Wednesday. By comparison, the most expensive gallon was at Holiday at 24096 Wi-35, where a gallon of regular was selling for $2.79.
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Motorcyclist crashes, dies shortly after sunset in east-central Minnesota

A motorcyclist crashed and died shortly after sunset in east-central Minnesota, authorities said Monday. The wreck occurred about 9:20 p.m. Sunday in Sunrise Township, about 8 miles north of North Branch, the Chisago County Sheriff's Office said. A 51-year-old man was riding on Sunrise Road near Jess Avenue, crashed and...
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Cambridge woman dies in crash with semi on Hwy. 65 in Isanti County

A 25-year-old Cambridge woman was killed Friday evening after her car collided with a semitrailer truck in Isanti County. The truck, driven by Aklilu Alem Gebremichael, 32, of Dallas, was crossing the northbound lanes of Hwy. 65 at NE. 285th Lane at 6:07 p.m. Friday when the car driven by Bianca Mae Rogalski, also northbound, collided with the truck toward the rear on the driver’s side, the patrol said.
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Input invited on Osceola bridge replacement plans

Officials ask for feedback on first phase of planning for new span. The Minnesota and Wisconsin Departments of Transportation are planning to replace the St. Croix River bridge between Osceola and Franconia Township in the summer of 2025. The nearly 70-year-old span is in poor condition. The agencies are asking...
Cambridge, MNhometownsource.com

C-I changing to two-tier transportation model next year

Major changes are coming to the transportation model next year for Cambridge-Isanti Schools. Superintendent Nate Rudolph explained the current single-tier model the district is using was created out of necessity during the pandemic, but is inefficient from a customer service and financial standpoint during the school board meeting May 20.
Cambridge, MNisanti-chisagocountystar.com

Cambridge-Isanti Schools to go a different route with transportation

During this current school year, there are some students who spend two hours on a school bus both going to school each morning and going home each afternoon, for a total of four hours a day. This fact was Cambridge-Isanti Schools Superintendent Dr. Nate Rudolph’s “exhibit A” in his presentation before the school board regarding switching to a new transportation schedule beginning with the 2021-2022 school year.
Rush City, MNhometownsource.com

Rush City looks to work with local businesses during road construction project

The pending Rush City street reconstruction has some local businesses worried whether their trucks’ rubber will meet the road during the project. Owners and representatives of the local companies showed up during the Rush City Council meeting May 10 to express questions they had about the Frandsen Avenue reconstruction project that spans from Eighth Street to the south.