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This one’s for the wounded soldiers


Taylor Walker (front, from left) and Bradley Miosek hosted a lemonade stand to raise money for Wounded Warriors. Samantha Brune (back) and Adam Walker were there to lend support. Photo by Barbie Porter
Little Taylor Walker knows what it’s like to say goodbye to her father, watch him walk away in military fatigues and count the days until his return.
 
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Late night tour makes resident ask, is Town Lake safe for swimmers?


Along the stretch of shore where several tires are sticking up and some have sunken to the bottom, there is also a rusted metal fence protruding into the lake. Photo by Barbie Porter
As May turned to June, Heather Perrine visited her childhood swimming hole for a late night tour of Town Lake in Frazee while her husband fished for carp. 
 
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Goats don’t kid around, just hit the bottle


Teenager Abby Hoehne positioned containers of milk for young goats while her brother Crosby placed each of the seven animals in its stall at feeding time. A total of 47 are being raised on the Frazee farm.
The old time expression “…get your goat” could have been first used on the Kent and Amber Hoehne farm.
 
But it wasn’t. 
 
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FHS grad cracks backs, heals bodies in newly opened Fargo-based business

Forrest Sauer
Forrest Sauer is a 2006 FHS grad who recently opened a business in Fargo.
Cracking backs isn’t the only thing Forrest Sauer has been up to since graduating from Frazee High School in 2006. 
 
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Frazee EDA agrees to pay for extensive survey to progress with selling senior living complex

The Frazee Economic Development Authority (EDA) agreed to pay for an extensive land survey of the Sunrise Senior Villa at its regular monthly meeting Tuesday, May 27.
 
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Vergas West Lake Street easements may be sought

Residents along West Lake Street in Vergas may soon have an engineer knocking on their doors. 
 
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Property assessed loan gains Frazee EDA support

The Frazee Economic Development Authority agreed to write a letter of support to Becker County regarding the implementation of an energy efficiency loan opportunity for commercial and multi-family properties.
 
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Road of dedication, wrenches leads Wothe to earn elite award

Daryn Wothe
Rural Frazee resident Daryn Wothe was recently named Mechanic of the Year and was given the elegant plaque as a reminder of his achievement. Photo by Barbie Porter
For more than 20 years, rural Frazee resident Daryn Wothe has woken with the sun, driven to the Red River Valley and dutifully dedicated himself to his work.
 
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Marching on: vets, community rally to save VFW


Part of the crew gearing up for the celebration on Flag Day June 14 at the Frazee-Vergas VFW Post 7702, (front, from left) Cub Scouts Phillip Vogel and Zach Hesby-Rousu, (back, from left) DJ Jimmie Anderson, Frazee Police Chief Mike Johnson, Tony Christensen, Mayor Hank Ludtke, Jerry Buhr, Jimmy Johnson, Dave Jopp, Darby Nundahl, and Andy Riewer. The group was standing near a limousine bus that will be the transportation for the lucky winners of the raffle for a 4-hour limo service donated by Anderson Bus & Coach. Photo by Cally Nundahl
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Sacred Heart Church faces large repair bill for steeple restoration

 Sacred Heart Church steeple
A repair crew used a boom extension of about 100 feet to assist them in making repairs to the Sacred Heart Church steeple. Stained glass windows will also be renovated to prevent future deterioration. Photo by Gale Kaas
 Sacred Heart Church steeple
During construction of Sacred Heart Church in 1908, this photo shows two workmen with Albert Schultz, at right, who was the father of Clarence and Floyd Schultz, local residents. The inscription on the photo stated, "Catholic Church being built." In comparison to the height of the men, the cross must be approximately 10-12 feet tall. The overall height of the steeple is 130.5 feet. Submitted photo
Most people wouldn’t know the price of new stained glass windows, nor would they have a steeple on a building.
 
Why would they, since those are rare in homes or as part of most commercial buildings?

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