As we count our blessings tomorrow, please...
Angeline Lee and Eunice Anderson, who live at Ecumen-managed Clarkfield Care Center, have a Nov. 30 birthday in common and also share extraordinary longevity. This Sunday they will be celebrating their birthdays that add up to 211 years of living.
Once again, no good deed goes unpunished, as Jim Klobuchar's well-intentioned goose intervention turns to comic chaos.
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Around Minnesota and Wisconsin, you will be seeing more businesses posting a new window cling with a purple angel symbol and this message...
Ecumen honors Katherine (Kay) Coventry, a resident of Ecumen Lakeshore in Duluth, who is 102.
The Rev. Kris Linner, an Ecumen board member, has been working in hospice the past 15 years,helping people die with dignity. In the process, she has...
Ecumen honors doctors, caregivers, farmers, business owners, families and community leaders as they celebrate National Rural Health Day today.
The folks at Ecumen New Richland are raving about Chef Troy Thompson. His food is “delicious above all conception,” said one resident.
The Ecumen Lakeshore Knitting Group in Duluth is using its talents to help support the Safe Haven Shelter in a joint project with the Duluth Woman’s Club.