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Seek community input on Little Turkey Park


The Frazee City Council encouraged area residents to get involved with the park’s makeover during its monthly meeting Monday, Feb. 9. Gale Kaas photo
The corner of Lake Street and Main Avenue may be the corner in Frazee that has the most pedestrian and vehicle traffic.
 
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Zitzow named EDA president

The Vergas Economic Development Authority (EDA) met Monday, Feb. 2 and elected Kevin Zitzow as its president, Duane Strand as vice president, Julie Lammers as secretary-treasurer and Vanessa Sleen as assistant treasurer.
 
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Frazee Rescue plans February hog roast, concert to show gratitude to supporters


Hardwood Groove donated their musical talents to the Frazee Rescue’s pig roast set for February.
Frazee Rescue is working hard off the clock to prepare a fun evening in February that includes sweet sounds and smells.
 
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DNR rolls AIS trailer sticker back into garage

A few weeks after the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced it would require a special sticker for all trailers transporting watercraft, it canceled the concept. At least temporarily.
 
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Car stolen at Frazee apartment building, ends with forced collision in Moorhead


Mitch Dahlen
Frazee resident Mitch Dahlen and Liz Dahl made a three-minute decision that resulted in days of damage control.
 
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Vergas Planning Commission sets a new course for proposed construction deposit

Whether or not construction permits in Vergas will require a refundable deposit was hashed out by the Vergas Planning Commission Wednesday, Jan. 28.
 
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Chili cook-off winners


Pictured (from left) Corey Baker, Karen Cates, Mark Flemmer, Anna Leitheiser, Gary Negen, Dena Baker and Kathy Fry. Darby Nundahl photo
The inaugural Bobby Cates Chili Cook-Off, held Sunday at the VFW Post 7702 in Frazee, brought in 16 different chili entries for the contest. 
 
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Frazee Police Department sees 21 percent increase in calls from 2013 to 2014

The Frazee Police Department responded to 1,205 calls in 2014, which was a 21 percent increase from the previous year, according to the call sheet.
 
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Frazee EDA starts new year with cash and loan balances totaling $239,318

Including loan fund balances, the Frazee Economic Development Authority started 2015 with $239,318 in its pockets.
 
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More than 150 students homeschooled in area, parents dispel myths


Catherine Sporre (back, from left) stands with her family: Isla Rose, husband Josh, (front) Micah and Ezra.
More than 150 students are homeschooled in the area. Some may wonder if homeschooling provides a solid foundation for students and if those kids end up socially awkward. 
 

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