Nancy (Aho) McNulty (left), a former Toad Lake area resident, opened a food tour business in Stillwater with her daughter Liz.
Photo by Paul Dols/Press Publications
Nancy (Aho) McNulty grew up on a meat and potato diet in the Toad Lake area, but after an extended sojourn in Europe the 1975 Frazee graduate has spiced up her palate and began offering food tasting adventures in Stillwater.
This historic photo was used in a PowerPoint presentation Thursday at the Hostel Hornet. The focus on women's undergarments, along with many other artifacts, were discussed during the Becker County History Museum event.
A smart aleck once said, “Nostalgia ain’t what it used to be.”
Jerome Tappe served as auctioneer at the Frazee Firemen’s Fundraiser at the Frazee Event Center Saturday evening. More than 130 items were auctioned and another 100 were given as door prizes. Photo by John W. Dermody
Residents can identify with Frazee’s yellow fire trucks much better than they can with winter “wet/diving” suits of the same color.
Former Vergas resident Jessica Eichmiller holds up a sample of Asian carp feces. She works at the University of Minnesota with DNA water testing to identify and prevent the spread of invasive species.
Asian carp and aquatic invasive species are scary thoughts for natural resource abundant Minnesota, but Vergas native Jessica Eichmiller is helping develop technological advances in identifying and addressing those problems.