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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.
 
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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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Preliminary reports show ‘highest ever’ northern population in Town Lake


The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources set several nets in Frazee’s Town Lake to study the fish population.
Town Lake is reporting one of its highest populations of northern pike, according to preliminary results from a study conducted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Recourses.
 
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Frazee queens enjoy state finals


Dana Laine, Cassie Shipman, Frazee Pageant Coordinator Alice Furey, Morgan Laine and Daneele Shipman.
Miss Frazee Morgan Laine and Miss Frazee’s Outstanding Teen Cassidy Shipman attended the Miss Minnesota state competition this past week in Eden Prairie.
 
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Rib fest draws 9 teams, plenty of ribbing


Frazee Mayor Hank Ludtke served up ribs to Frazee resident Betty Boardman.
The third annual Frazee-Vergas VFW Rib Fest hosted nine teams that served savory cuts seasoned to make a memorable impact on the taste buds. 
 
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Storm crashes through area, leaves a trail of debris


A resident on 470th Street off the east end of Long Lake, noted 6-7 huge pines down in his yard, and estimated well over 200 trees down on his property. Gale Kaas photo
The rain fell sideways Tuesday, June 13. Droplets pelted windows as the wind snapped healthy trees and threw them into the streets of Frazee and Vergas. At the height of the storm the lights went out in many areas.
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Food bank info event June 22 in Frazee

 
The public is invited to the North Country Food Bank (NCFB) “Lunch & Learn” meeting in Frazee Thursday, June 22 at the Frazee Event Center from 12-1 p.m.
 
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Community garden receives 37 tomato plant donation, pick a plant this Friday


Marlys Oswald plants one of the 37 donated tomato plants into the soil at the community garden in Frazee. Anyone interested in tending to a tomato plant can show up Friday at 7 p.m. and pick a plant to care for, and reap the rewards.
This Friday 37 flowering tomato plants are hoping to have caretakers.
 

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