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Tamarac Refuge considers changes to hunting rules

Hunting opportunities at the Tamarac Wildlife Refuge may change in coming years, as a new plan is in the works.
 
Tue
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Big changes on the horizon for Head Start in Frazee, little Hornets to benefit


Mahube-Otwa Director Liz Kuoppala (left) and Head Start director Margaret Aho are two of many who helped secure grant funding and the vision of Frazee’s Head Start service expansion.
The Head Start program in Frazee is looking to expand after receiving a grant from its federal offices. 
 
Tue
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School board begins referendum discussions

The Frazee-Vergas School Board has begun discussions on whether or not a voter-approved referendum will be sought in November.
 
Tue
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Hill earns drone license, will use device in agricultural career


Cody Hill recently became a licensed drone operator and will operate the aircraft to enhance his job in agriculture testing new seed varieties.
Cody Hill is part of the groundbreaking use of drone technology in agriculture, as he recently attended drone flight school.
 
Tue
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Vergas City Council raises sewer rates to keep fund above water

Vergas sewer rates were increased at the monthly Vergas Council’s monthly meeting Tuesday, Feb. 14.
 
Tue
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Leadership program considered by school board to piggyback with Never. Give. Up 5K funds

The Frazee School District is considering using funds raised through the Never. Give. Up 5K to provide students opportunities to attend Youth Frontiers workshops.
 
Tue
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World’s Best Workforce plan funding comes through, state makes changes

When it comes to supporting the World’s Best Workforce Plan, Frazee Schools Superintendent Terry Karger said the funding will remain in place for another year and is hopeful “for awhile” beyond that.
 
Tue
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Vergas Council finalizes gravel ordinance, fees set

The gravel pit ordinance was once again on the table at the Vergas City Council meeting, and another public hearing is set for Tuesday, Feb. 28 in regards to a fee schedule.
 
Tue
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Vergas Council puts chairs up for sale

The Vergas Event Center advisory board made a few recommendations to the council, which resulted in purchasing new tables and opening the opportunity to purchase slightly-used chairs.
 
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Rezoning for Dollar General OK’d with residential buffer

 
The Frazee City Council unanimously voted to rezone 2.54 acres from residential to commercial along West Maple Avenue and Fourth Street Southwest.
 

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