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USDA Rural Development State Director Brad Finstad announced that USDA has funding availabile for very low- and low-income individuals and families seeking to purchase or repair a home in a rural area.
The May 8 meeting of the Braham City Council was preceded by a 30-minute annual audit report session by city auditor Greg Burkhardt of Burkhardt & Burkhardt
The new eateries planned for the Leader building in downtown Cambridge are hoping to open by Sept. 14, the same day as Cambridge’s Customer Appreciation event.
The Prime Time Singers (directed by Arne Everson) and EC3HO (directed by Shirley Geib) will …
Through May 31
Senior Linkage Line is offering Medicare 101-Medicare Basics classes within your area.
Kevin Kling has been a storyteller for many years, and he’s bringing his unique delivery of …
The original musicals at Art & Science Academy have always had a local flair to them–jok…
Scout & Morgan Books in Cambridge is excited to welcome award-winning author, Cary Griffith, on Thursday, May 10, from 6:30-8 p.m.
The savagery that struck Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on Feb. 14 continues to awaken the consciousness of the country. When 14 students and three adults were gunned down by a former student wielding an assault rifle, a youth movement was born from the tragedy.
Gov. Mark Dayton released his proposed bonding bill in January asking for $1.5 billion. On the same day of the release, legislators suggested the amount was too high and a bill closer to $800 million was more realistic.
This is the first in a series of editorials by the ECM Editorial Board, examining affordable housing issues in Minnesota and potential solutions.