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Jeff Eklund, Principal Braham Area Elementary School Over the last two years, our school has been discussing Bomber Pride and what it means to be a Bomber.  Our staff has developed a program that revolves around five traits that our students and staff all strive for. Positive Attitude: Do your best...Read More
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Pat Braun, Area Supervisor Foster Grandparent Program Is your New Year’s resolution to “start giving back?” “Be Someone Who Matters to Someone Who Matters” is the theme of National Mentoring Month. Foster Grandparents mentor children across the nation helping children academically and soci...Read More
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The number of students who have special needs in Minnesota schools continues to grow. State and federal governments need to fund federally mandated programs as promised to avoid using local operating school district funds to subsidize the program. To its credit, the 2012-13 State Legislature appropr...Read More
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Julie A. Page Total Wellness Coaching One of the best ways to chase away those winter blues is to remain active. However, that can be challenging for Minnesotans, especially those who do not appreciate the freezing temperatures. Outside activity can be especially helpful because we are out in the f...Read More
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Dear Editor: Because of the hard work of a few people, the aquatic facility, is back on the agenda. A petition with over 300 names on it was presented to the Cambridge City Council last fall. As you know, we have been working on this for years and we won’t give up. Cambridge needs a [...]...Read More
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Arne Everson Cambridge Center for the Arts Gallery Show: A Trilogy of Textures;  Jan. 23-Feb. 28.  Free admission. B.T. Johnson, sculpture; Jan Schmidt, quilting; Deb Splain, painting. Excellent paintings, beautiful, artistic quilts, and whimsical, creative sculptures make this a fun show for ever...Read More
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Evelyn Puffer was one of the kindest and most compassionate people I’ve ever met. Like many others, “sad” doesn’t even begin to describe the flood of emotions I felt upon learning of her passing Saturday afternoon. Evelyn hired me as a reporter in January 2002. We had an instant connection, ...Read More
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