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14
Sep
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Rural Frazee road to be moved away from lake, work to begin in October


After heavy rainfall Wednesday, Sept. 7 water from Fischer Lake was making its way onto Becker County Highway 118. The road is slated to be moved this fall.
This week, drivers along Becker County Highway 118 may notice the clearing of brush and trees along the road. The work is preparation for improving the half-mile road that extends from Frazee city limits to the Otter Tail County line. 
Wed
07
Sep
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People sought to give scares at upcoming event in Vergas

The Vergas Trail Committee is setting a track of tricks and scares for a spooktacular night in the woods Saturday, Oct. 1 for the second annual Hairy Man run/walk.
 
Wed
07
Sep
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Liquor Store Committee to recommend White Pine Room remain available

The Frazee City Council discussed closing the White Pine Room at the August meeting, but the small rental venue in the basement of the liquor store may get a chance to remain available. 
 
Wed
07
Sep
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Realty market holding steady in Frazee and Vergas area

Rewind to five years ago and one would find an abundant list of homes for sale, cheap interest rates and a buyers’ market. 
 
Wed
07
Sep
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EDA may pony up $60,000 to buy, raze 2 Main Avenue properties


The Frazee Economic Development Authority is considering spending around $60,000 to purchase these two properties on Main Avenue so they can be demolished.
The Frazee Economic Development Authority is considering spending around $60,000 to purchase two properties on Main Avenue so they can be demolished.
 
Wed
07
Sep
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EDA recommends council move forward with wind/solar project

The Frazee Economic Development Authority unanimously agreed to recommend the city council move forward with the renewable energy project presented by Juhl Energy at its monthly meeting Tuesday, Aug. 30.
 
Wed
07
Sep
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New sign installed at Frazee Elementary


A new Hornet pride sign welcomed students and school visitors at the main entrance of Frazee Elementary.
Just inside the main entrance of Frazee Elementary is a new sign that likely caught the eyes of many students as classes began Tuesday, Sept. 6.
 
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30
Aug
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Deem Turkey Days a success!

The Frazee Area Community Club (FACC) met for its first monthly meeting following Turkey Days Aug. 18. 
 
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30
Aug
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Hot dog contest, kids games and plenty of good food offered at Snellman Days

Snellman Days offer up one last summer fling before the hustle and bustle of fall begins.
 
Tue
30
Aug
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New owners of Curley’s bring back bingo, add to menu


Mark Porter purchased Curley’s on Cotton Lake along with Paul Okeson (not pictured). One of the more noticeable additions when a customer comes in are the two large TVs at the bar area.
Bingo is back at Curley’s every Tuesday night starting at 6 p.m. 
 
New owners Mark Porter and Paul Okeson brought back the favorite pastime along with the chance to win big bucks, up to $1,000 of them. 

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