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Frazee Council approves 7 percent preliminary tax levy increase

The Frazee City Council approved an almost 7 percent increase for its preliminary tax levy at its monthly meeting Monday, Sept. 12.
 
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White Pine Room elevator to be fixed

The Frazee City Council agreed to move forward and address the White Pine Room’s elevator problem at its monthly meeting Monday, Sept. 12.
 
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EDA considers putting Vergas on a 3-D map

The Vergas Economic Development Authority discussed purchasing 3-D maps at its monthly meeting Monday, Sept. 12.
 
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Paved path, bump outs considered for Lake Street project


This example shows how the path, road and sidwalks could line up along State Highway 87, should the city go with this presented option.
A paved path from the intersection of State Highway 87 and U.S. Highway 10 to Frazee High School was discussed during a meeting Thursday, Sept. 8.
 
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Eunice Greicar elected mayor of Snellman


Eunice Greicar is the new mayor of Snellman.
Eunice Greicar is following in the footsteps of her daughter. 
 
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Sculpture tour will add to Art Leap experience


Patrick Pope (left) answered visitors’ questions about his bead weaving at Art Leap last fall. He was among artists at Smoky Hills Art, one of the stops on this year’s Art Leap driving tour Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 24-25.
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Arts & Cultural Heritage series lineup at libraries

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Ole’s Ride raises $12,550 for Hospice in memory of Ole Barten

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Sailer brings unique WWII memories to life in, ‘I Had a Comrade’


Author Paul Sailer (right) holding his newest book, ‘I Had A Comrade’ with veteran Lt. Col. Dick Cole (left).

The book cover of ‘I Had A Comrade.’
Paul Sailer’s latest non-fiction book, “I Had a Comrade” aims to inspire and educate.
 
Sailer presents the lives of people who lived through WWII, all of whom have interesting or traumatic tales to share. 
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DNR to build 30-foot long dam between Shell Lake and river outlet


The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources built a rock dam in Round Lake in Becker County recently. A similar dam modification will be created at Shell Lake.
A rock dam is set to be built next spring on Shell Lake that aims to improve the survival of fish populations as well as retain the current water levels of the lake.
 

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