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Frazee resident helps people find A Place to Belong

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Frazee resident Christine Fizette (standing) was recently named the activity director at A Place to Belong. Sue Wilken (sitting) is the executive director of the club that caters to people who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness. Barbie Porter photo
Frazee resident Christine Fizette was recently named the activity director for A Place to Belong.
 
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Target of bullies share personal experiences, advice

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Bullying can happen at school, on the bus or on the street.
On the elementary school playground Moria Matson was called everything but her name. As she moved into her junior and senior high years her classmates mooed at her in the hallways.
 
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Newling benefit set for March 27

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The Newling family of rural Frazee includes (from left) Rylie, Tina, Dom, Mason, Brenton and Hadley. Brianna Safar of Its a Breeze Photography
Three years ago rural Frazee resident Tina Newling discovered she had thyroid cancer in the bottom of her throat.
 
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Toad Lake residents have raised more than 30 children, foster homes needed

Becker County is seeking foster homes in the Frazee area.
Becker County is seeking foster homes in the Frazee area.
Cheryl Knutson of Big Toad Lake believes if there is an open bedroom in a house, it should be filled. She’s followed that ideology the past 20 years and has taken in more than 30 kids.
 
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FHS graduates 64 of 66 students in 2014

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FHS graduated 64 of 66 students in 2014 Photo by Caulfield Studio
Last year Frazee High School had the highest graduation rate compared to area schools and surpassed the state and national average by a wide margin.
 
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Frazee planners review trailer ordinance

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School district land swap on the table, but will take time

The possibility of a land swap between the school and a Frazee landowner is a hot topic in the public eye, reported Frazee-Vergas schools Superintendent Terry Karger.
 
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Pancakes for scouting

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Boy Scouts and leaders from Troop 322 including (from left) Ryan Tollefson, Asst. Scoutmaster Jeff Lormis, Jacob Lormis, Taylor Armstrong, Scoutmaster Dean Haarstick and Tucker Nundahl along with Frazee-Vergas VFW Post 7702 hosted a pancake & sausage feed Sunday. Brittany Lormis photo
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Veteran Walt Lenius attended the pancake & sausage feed at Frazee-Vergas VFW Post 7702 to support the local Boy Scout Troop 322 for a summer camping trip to Mount Rushmore. Scouts pictured are (from left) Tucker Nundahl and Jacob Lormis. Cally Nundahl photo
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Vergas and Frazee mayors, Dean Haarstick (also Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 322) and Hank Ludtke, finished their pancake and sausage meal and sat down to visit about the VFW, Scouts, and the Heartland Trail. The pancake feed was held Sunday at the Frazee-Vergas VFW Post 7702 to help support the Scout’s trip to Mount Rushmore this summer. Cally Nundahl photo
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Frazee’s paved path design approved by council, waiting on state to open it up for bids

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Jon Olson of Apex Engineering explains the design concept behind Frazee’s first paved path, which is set to be built in June or July. Barbie Porter photo
The design for the first paved path in Frazee was reviewed and approved by the Frazee City Council Monday, March 9.
 
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Vergas resident tells of her interesting life

Virginia Rice
Virginia Rice has lived an interesting life. Daniel Motz photo
Growing up in Florida during the “Golden Era” was a different way to grow up than in Minnesota during the same time. 
 

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