Remember. . .long ago. . .before there was a drought. . .there were floods? In fact, they were only four months ago, and they devastated Duluth and many parts of northeast and east central Minnesota.
Monday is the deadline for residents to apply for SBA loans to help deal with damages from the floods. Details are here:
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