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Meals on Wheels celebrates volunteers, seeking more


Meals on Wheels coordinator DeAnn Heintzelman hosted an appreciation party to thank program volunteers, including Frazee residents Jean and Harry Sperry.
Frazee residents Harry and Jean Sperry were recently celebrated along with the other volunteers of Meals on Wheels.
 
Tue
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Firefighters gain valuable experience burning down a house


Smoke from the controlled house burn mixed with sunshine for most of the early evening in Vergas. Roads surrounding the house were closed to traffic.
A house on West Linden Street in Vergas was set ablaze by area fire departments Wednesday, June 14.
 
Tue
27
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Support the Frazee fireworks

Tue
20
Jun
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Sharing hope through music


Colton Dixon performed last year and is back again to headline Friday night at HopeFest in Detroit Lakes.
Sharing hope through music is what the HopeFest is all about. Come join the festivities Friday-Sunday, June 23-25 for the whole family to enjoy. 
 
Tue
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Board may need to hire architect to review old admin building

The Frazee-Vergas School Board agreed to dig deeper into the idea of demolishing its old administration building.
 
Tue
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Vergas Farmer’s Market moves

The Vergas Farmer’s Market is moving to a new location.
 
Tue
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School Board learns about interactive TVs

Technology investments at the Frazee-Vergas School District were deemed a success by its technology coordinator, Gretchen Norby, and new considerations were presented to the school board during its monthly meeting Monday, June 12.
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Graham hired as boys head basketball coach

The Frazee High School boys basketball team bid farewell to its head coach Chad Wittner.
 
Tue
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Director reviews spring sports, many successes reported

Frazee Activities Director Nick Courneya reported to the school board about the district’s spring enrollment in extracurricular activities during its monthly meeting Monday, June 12.
 
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Vergas Council pays off bond early, saves $1,630 in interest fees

The Vergas City Council paid off the remaining $67,000 on a bond to renovate the outside of the city hall and municipal liquor store located on Main Street.
 

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