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CCM Health in Montevideo is developing a new clinic space for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Rising construction costs since the start of the project have necessitated raising the original $3.8 million budget to $5.5 million.
Day care, antitrust legislation, veterans care and support for Ukraine were topics Monday, Nov. 21, as U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar presented to the American Legion Post in Olivia a flag that flew over nation's Capitol.
MACCRAY Public Schools hosted a pair of Veterans Day programs in its new auditorium in Clara City on Friday, Nov. 11, 2022.
Vietnam veteran Jim Rowe was just shy of 70 years old when he retired from his career with the University of Minnesota. He enjoyed his work so much that he recently came back to the U — as a participant in a University of Minnesota Extension program — to attend a beekeeping field day near his home in Owatonna.
This cartoon is the opinion of cartoonist R.J. Matson.
Jon Linstrand will have a 7,000-piece collection of military history on display at the Willmar Auditorium Friday. This year marks the 24th time the display has been available over Veterans Day in Willmar.

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Middle River Veterans Outdoors (MRVO) is a northwest Minnesota organization that organizes free outdoor recreation opportunities for veterans. And now, the organization has invested in solar power to light its building and keep its all-terrain off-road wheelchairs charged.
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The Sergeant First Class (SFC) Heath Robinson Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act, signed into federal law in August, is opening eligibility to VA health care to millions of veterans. Veterans who were exposed to toxins during the Vietnam, Gulf War and post-9/11 era and are now suffering from a long list of serious medical conditions may now have access to various health care benefits without having to prove their conditions were caused by the toxins.
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For more than a decade, Homefront Connection has been helping deployed military, their families and veterans. The group assists with a wide variety of tasks — including chores and financial emergencies — along with sponsoring veterans events in the community.

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