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Wed
18
May
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Vergas receives donation for scenic outlook


The Hairy Man 5K in Vergas features unique medals for winners of each age category. The Vergas Trail Committee is currently seeking volunteers to possibly expand the event.
A recent donation of 100 feet of metal pipe will aid in fixing drainage concerns for the scenic outlook area planned along the Long Lake Trail in Vergas.
 
Wed
18
May
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School hires specialist to help with struggling math students, special ed paperwork

The Frazee-Vergas School Board approved hiring a specialist employee for the high school in the 2016-2017 school year.
 
Wed
18
May
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Frazee begins search for new clerk

Frazee City Administrator Jon Smith recently tendered his resignation and accepted a job in Perham.
 
Wed
18
May
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Vergas redefines liquor store job, offers it to Smith

The Vergas City Council recommended offering the liquor store manager position to Vergas resident Terri Smith. 
 
Wed
18
May
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School board declines Scheels grant with $1 million price tag

The Frazee-Vergas School Board declined a grant from the Scheels Grant Foundation at its monthly board meeting Monday, May 9.
 
Wed
18
May
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Financial backers step forward for regional park by Frazee, more sought

Financial backers are beginning to step forward for a regional park in Frazee and the project has become  within the realm of possibility.
 
Wed
11
May
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Fredrickson helps spread hope through education in Haiti


Denise Fredrickson giving some neighborhood boys snacks at St. Michel.

A party was held for students in St. Michel with hot dogs in buns with ketchup (a real treat), cheese balls and juice. Gifts included toothbrushes and paste, soap, dolls or cars and soccer balls.
Frazee resident Denise Fredrickson has been a part of TeacHaiti encouraging hope to Haitian children for four years and credits two important people as her inspiration.
 
Wed
11
May
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Economy homes grow in popularity, Vergas based business taps into market


Steve Huddleston (left) his daughter Shana Tate and his son Brad Huddleston (not pictured) started building economy sized homes.

Huddle Homes, a Vergas-based business, builds economy houses that can be erected on a car hauler or skids.
The swing away from excess is a growing trend that Steve Huddleston has seen in his travels. And he is one of the early businessmen opening the door to economy-sized abodes.
 
Wed
11
May
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Tax increase to make Frazee whistle-free not supported by residents

The Frazee City Council agreed to not pursue a study to determine the costs of making the city whistle free.
 
Wed
11
May
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Smith accepts job in Perham, starts in June


‘The people that I am fortunate to have worked with and call friends and family have truly made me a better person.’ • Jon Smith
Jon Smith submitted his resignation letter to the Frazee City Council Monday, May 9 and the council accepted.
 

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