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Frazee woman joins DLPD

Josie Johnson
Josie Johnson is a full-time police officer for the Detroit Lakes Police Department. Josie is pictured her with her husband Matt and children (from left) Kailei, 12, William, 5, and Clayton, 11.
Josie Johnson, a 2002 Frazee High School graduate, was recently hired as a full-time patrol/police officer for the Detroit Lakes Police Department.
 
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Wrestling awards given to Mollins and Dretsch

The 2015 State Persons-of-the-Year Awards from Wrestling USA Magazine were announced recently and the two recipients, Larry Mollins and Jack Dretsch, were both previously from the Frazee High School Hornet Wrestling team.
 
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Swim lessons to be taught in Frazee, summer rec to host sport programs

Swimming lessons will be given at Frazee’s city beach at Town Lake this summer.
 
With several levels to pick from, all swimmers have the opportunity to improve their skills.
 
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Another host signs up for block party event

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The city of Frazee is hosting its community-wide block party event June 21-27. There area still areas of town that need a host.
Another block party has been added to the growing roster of residents wanting to show community spirit and share a few hours catching up with neighbors. The 2nd annual block party week is set June 21-27.
 
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Music headlines Vergas trail fundraiser

Benson Family Singers
The Benson Family Singers will be the headliners at the trail fundraiser in Vergas June 11.
A fun time filled with music, laughter and community spirit is brewing in Vergas. 
 
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Auditor encourages Frazee to change accounting software during annual audit


The chart shows program revenue (in purple) and expenses (in red) for the city of Frazee in 2014. (Graph from 2014 audit)
 
Officials of the city of Frazee were applauded at the monthly council meeting May 11 for keeping the books well organized.
 
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Back injury shines a light on thoughtful people

Jamon Wouters-Friendshuh
Jamon Wouters-Friendshuh (third from left) recently had back surgery. Undergoing the life–changing surgery has shown her how thoughtful people can be. Barbie Porter photo
Jamon Wouters-Friendshuh lost the ability to do the one thing that centered her – running.
 
In turn, those who love her filled her heart and helped her rise above the loss.
 
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Locals from Harvest have life-changing experience on mission trip

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Taylor Carr hanging out with a group of kids that were waiting for hearing tests.

During the dedication ceremony about 500 kids screamed with delight as they ran to swings, a bridge, slides and climbers when they could finally play on the new playground.
It is a hard fact to accept, but not everyone is as fortunate as most Americans are to live with clean water, three meals a day and shoes on one’s feet. 
 
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School board to tackle elementary boiler issues; football coaching changes

The Frazee-Vergas School District Board is taking aim at a problem that has plagued its elementary for a few years now — the boiler system.
 
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Council considers donation to new museum for Becker County

Becker County Historical Museum representatives Amy Degerstrom and Pippi Mayfield asked for a donation from the city for a new building to house county artifacts in Detroit Lakes.
 

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