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Dear Editor: On behalf of the Cambridge Fire Department I would like to thank everyone who attended or donated to our 7th Annual Gun Raffle and Old Time BBQ. We had our best year yet. We want to send a special thanks to the Stacy-Lent Fire Department for helping us with our event and providing [...]...Read More
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Victoria Frieberg, Broker Rush Point Realty It is that wonderful time of year when all the pundits are coming out with predictions for the 2015 real estate market. As one of the brighter spots in the economy in 2014, there has been a cautious optimism gaining traction on the outlook for 2015. The de...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...Read More
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Jamison Tessneer Tessneer Law Office Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), state and federal officials have scrambled to implement the law’s more than 1,300 pages. Like most federal laws, many of the ACA’s provisions require federal agencies (i.e. Department of Health and Human Ser...Read More
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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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