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Nelson requests school looks into late bus

The Frazee-Vergas School District is looking into the feasibility of bringing back a late bus for students.
 
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Frazee water, sewer rates may increase by January

Water and sewer rates for Frazee residents may increase by January. How much, may not be known until the increase is approved at the council’s Monday, Dec. 8 meeting.
 
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Light show set to music to open in Perham


Fran Johnson (left) and Ryan Rustad stand on the stage area at the Perham Center for the Arts, which offers curved ceilings to accentuate acoustics in the room. Barbie Porter photo

The St. Stanislaus Church closed its doors in 2009 and the parish decided to donate the building and grounds to the Perham Center for the Arts. Barbie Porter photo

The Perham Center for the Arts, 101 5th Street NE, will host a holiday light show set to music. The show starts Sunday, Nov. 30 and goes through Sunday, Dec. 28. Barbie Porter photo
Rural Frazee resident Ryan Rustad hopes people drive to Perham this holiday season and crank up the radio for an inspiring light show.
 
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‘The Marines were sent from heaven to save the world’

Paul Ceynowa
Frazee Assisted Living resident Paul Ceynowa (left) recently received replacement medals that he earned in World War II. His brother Mark Ceynowa of Perham said it was the Dent American Legion that ordered and paid for the replacement Barbie Porter photo

Paul Ceynowa displayed a photograph of himself at a camp between fighting alongside fellow Marines on Iwo Jima during World War II.
It took Paul Ceynowa 50 years to talk about the day he ran across the beach of a Japanese-held island, unsure if his life would end like it did for the man next to him.
 
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All good things must come to an end

Sugar & Spice Homemakers
Sugar & Spice Homemakers include (back, from left) Elaine Stilke, Dawn Hanson, Joan Ketter, Christy Mickelson, (front) Betty Bigger, and Ruth Ewanika pictured here during the 37th annual Sugar & Spice Homemakers Craft Fair. Not pictured, Hazel Mickelson, Kay Wothe, Lynette Nelson, Audrey Lockrem, Barb Olson & Karolyn Watson.
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City of Frazee lawyers up


With an additional $169,912 asbestos clean up bill and a possible $10,000 fine, the city is trusting in legal council to hold the professional parties accountable for improper practices.
The city of Frazee may find out in court if relying on professional services to do a job right was a wise decision, or one that could cost the city more than $180,000.
 
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EDA approves renewable energy feasibility study

The Frazee Economic Development Authority approved moving ahead with a feasibility study for renewable energy.
 
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Frazee commission recommends council give thumbs up to at-home car business

The Frazee Planning Commission agreed it would recommend the city council approve an interim use permit for Jonas Zion to have a temporary business at his residence, 106 3rd Street northwest.
 
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Motz to freelance work for newspaper

Daniel Motz
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Dan Motz, rural Pelican Rapids, plans to work as a feature freelancer for the Frazee-Vergas Forum.
 
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Family tradition gives father an opportunity to bond and teach hunting safety to kids

Courneya family
The Courneya family of Vergas (from left) Jayne, Hayley, Jim and Isaac recently enjoyed the youth hunting season, during which Hayley got her first buck. The regular gun season starts Saturday. Barbie Porter photo

Hayley's first buck.]
Hunting is often a time when a family gathers in a cozy cabin, rises with the sun and spends silent hours together in the wilderness. 
 

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