News

Wed
18
Sep
admin's picture

Government health care plan explained, insurance costs reportedly to drop for many


Otter Tail County resident Dale Makey broke down what people can expect this October when the Affordable Health Care Act options are revealed. Photo by Barbie Porter
According to Dale Makey, government health care options may reduce costs for small businesses, individuals and especially those nearing retirement and considered low-income.
 
Wed
18
Sep
admin's picture

Five questions bring out the dreams, concerns and pride of Frazee residents


Frazee area residents reviewed the questions asked and what answers fellow community members put down Friday, Sept. 13 after the free turkey dinner. Photo by Barbie Porter
About fifty community members gathered at the Frazee Event Center Friday, Sept. 13 for a quiz given by the Minnesota Design Team.
 
Wed
18
Sep
admin's picture

Vergas Council hacks away at budget until 2 percent property tax increase approved

The Vergas City Council took a chainsaw to its budget and reduced the 2014 general property tax increase to 2 percent.
 
Wed
18
Sep
admin's picture

‘We all have the right and responsibility to improve the community and city we live in’

Before the Minnesota Design Team (MDT) came to town, they already had an impact at the Fred Daggett residence.
 
Wed
18
Sep
admin's picture

Vergas becomes character in YA mysteries


Author Judi Stoa (from left) stands with her muses (and nieces) Abby Stoa, 10, Olivia Stoa, 12, and Lexi Grotte, 13. Judi has penned three books, all young-adult mysteries that take place in the Vergas area. Photo by Barbie Porter
Young adults searching for a mystery might find Judi Stoa’s novels of interest, as they are all based in the Vergas area.
 
Wed
18
Sep
admin's picture

Frazee’s Dane Gigstead bags alligator, wild hog in Florida


Dane with his wild hog.
Night hunting is illegal in many states for most species of game. Such expeditions can turn out to be a nightmare, or a dream journey.
 
Wed
18
Sep
admin's picture

FHS grad heads up Ivey Awards advertising campaign


Frazee graduate Michael Dodes helped create the ad campaign for the annual Minneapolis theater award show.
While some award shows are known for making social networks buzz, Frazee graduate Michael Dodes is working on an award show brimming with talent and class.
 
Wed
18
Sep
admin's picture

Downtown Frazee gets renovation ideas by Minnesota Design Team


Minnesota Design Team members were drawn to a photo op at Little Turkey Park on Main Avenue. The 17 volunteers who worked three days to identify areas of improvement in Frazee included (front, from left): FHS grad Keith Kinnen, Jeb Hagen, Ari Anderson, Christina Wagner, Deborah McLaren, Erik Baxstrom, Scott Holmgren, (back row) co-team leader Andrew Mack, Kersten Elverum, Tom Ososki, co-team leader John Barbour, Anthony Wocken, Anna Morrison, Kayla Rossiter, Clarrisa /Hadler, Thomas Olson and Nathan Hall. Photo by Barbie Porter
Imagine the goose pond at the end of Main Avenue with a bridge crossing it where residents and visitors could contemplate the day.
 
Wed
18
Sep
admin's picture

Fall Fest set Saturday, more than 20 city-wide rummage sales

Wed
11
Sep
admin's picture

Frazee Council sends ‘junk’ letters, sets preliminary budget


Presenting a shirt to Mayor Hank Ludtke at Monday's Frazee Council meeting was Ray Vlasak, president of the Laurentian Chapter of the North Country Trail Association. Over the year, the mayor has chalked up more than 400 volunteer hours working with other members on behalf of the trail north of this community. Photo by John W. Dermody
The Frazee City Council continues to have to deal with junk and other collections of debris and, on Tuesday, letters were to be sent out to violators of the city’s nuisance ordinance.
 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - News