Crystal Andersen (from left) holds a photograph of her mom Mary, who went missing in the 1980s. Crystal, along with her family members Wendy Ketter, Eileen Andersen, Debbie Korf and brother Joe Andersen (not pictured) have spent years searching for Mary, who was recently found through DNA testing. Photo by Barbie Porter
As a child, Mary held a birthday cake with what her mother called a common mischievous look. The family has only a few black and white photographs of her.
Scanning missing persons sites was a daily ritual for more than two decades for the Andersen family of Frazee.
Kevin Litzau, owner of Toad River Technology, recently moved his business into 201 East Main Avenue and is offering specials, including the opportunity to win a wireless Microsoft keyboard and mouse. Photo by Barbie Porter
Toad River Technology is the first tenant from the Frazee Business Center to move into a Main Avenue storefront.
The Frazee Economic Development Authority was reportedly offered $40,000 more for the Sunrise Senior Villa as well as a lifetime guarantee to keep it a senior housing facility, but didn’t consider the offer.
A motocross rider recently got in one last jump before a downpour of rain halted the action at the Indy 500 Race Park, which offers a practice track for motocross bikes, side-by-side ATVs and four-wheelers. Photo by Barbie Porter
High flying action with breathtaking jumps and heart-racing turns can be seen every Tuesday and Thursday from 4-8 p.m. in Frazee.