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The Oakland Town Board was dismayed to read (Aug. 8) that we had somehow muddied the waters regarding the Intergovernmental Agreement between the Town and the Village of Cambridge. On the contrary we believe that our action in petitioning to annex the three streets to the Village brought cla…

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This past July 27th and 28th saw Cambridge enjoy a wonderful local event put on by the Cambridge Arts Council. Of course I am referring to the Midwest Fire Fest. Very few communities our size can boast of the organization necessary to bring over 6,000 attendees celebrating the arts, wonderfu…

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Marge Peters received her reward Tuesday morning. It was a beautiful, sunny morning for the gates to welcome her spirit. Among us who mourn, I’m certain that her arrival is celebrated. Her time in this world was well used.

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The Town of Oakland wants to clarify the issue of the Intergovernmental Agreement between the Town of Oakland and the Village of Cambridge. The agreement deals with much more than the question regarding three streets. The issue of the streets takes up two and a half pages of an eleven-page a…

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The Cambridge Area Lions Club held our annual Spring Bowling Night on Friday, March 15 at Lake Ripley Lanes. We offered fun bowling, raffles, a silent auction as well as other shenanigans (it was almost St. Patrick’s Day).

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The Deerfield Cambridge VFW really appreciates the people who helped and donated money for the VFW poppy drive, and the people who were at the ceremony in London. Thank you all again.

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Aha, yes, in keeping with Cambridge’s image and spirit as a well-known vital art center, the renovation of the water tower presents a favorable opportunity to affirm that image.

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This year, as we embark on holiday trips to see our parents and grandparents, I’d like to offer a thought. If your loved ones are over 65, please take a moment to really check on them while you’re there.

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A Forever Peace seems impossible, especially in light of today’s political climate and worldwide unrest. It also seemed impossible to America’s Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow as America was coming thru the death ravages of its Civil War. At the start of the war Longfellow tragically lost hi…

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As I took a recent walk around town I noted that the CHPC had placed the final bench at the Cambridge Elementary School in honor of Mary Hommen, my sister-in-law. It continues to be overwhelming and humbling to see the effects of what Mary’s volunteering did for Cambridge and how she affecte…

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The sound is almost being heard across our entire country during this election season. Another proof that the Bible is true is witnessed to us in the words of Proverbs 29:2,” When the righteous are in authority the people rejoice, but when the wicked beareth rule the people mourn.”

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Our Day Camp on North Street at St. James Lutheran Church was as fun and inspirational week. We had great helpers and counselors. “Rock On” was our theme: “Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord. Let us shout aloud to the Rock of Salvation.” The community might have heard our carillon playing…

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I would like to send a huge shout-out to Michael Rehak, Midwest Fire Fest committee member, for devoting FIVE HOURS to the beautification of Main Street during the Friday Fire Fest setup time.