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Tribes, hungry hippos, Victoria Falls jumpers make for memorable vacation


Snellman residents Deb and Al Newman recently returned from a trip to the Serengeti Plains in Africa.

Deb Newman recently went to Africa and enjoyed interacting with a giraffe that visited during supper time.
Sitting on horseback in the African Serengeti plains, Deb and Al Newman were charged by an elephant.
 
Deb’s horse reared and ran, but Al’s equine stayed by the side of the Snellman couple’s African tour guide.
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Vergas Council wrestles with proposed property tax increase

Property owners in Vergas were facing a proposed 18 percent property tax levy increase Wednesday, Sept. 4 at the Vergas City Council meeting.
 
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Free dinner at Frazee Event Center Friday, 6-7 p.m.


Area residents are asked to weigh in on the future of Frazee.
Frazee residents and those in surrounding communities will be treated to a free dinner and will have an opportunity to speak their minds Friday, Sept. 13.
 
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Frazee’s clinic ranks 3rd in state

Essentia Clinic in Frazee ranked third out of 651 clinics in Minnesota in patient satisfaction.
 
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Math comprehension declines, Frazee holds its own locally


Third grader Marcella George, daughter of Simon & Jackie, is excited about her new teacher, Shelly Oswald, at Frazee Elementary. Her locker is ready to go and her note on the door says, "School on Tuesday boo, but my teacher is Mrs. Oswald woohoo!" Photo by Cally Nundahl
The test scores from one student population to the next can quickly change, and such is the case for this year’s MCA-II math test scores. 
 
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Senior housing sale ongoing, lightning puts business center security on fritz

Contract details on the tentative sale of the Sunrise Senior Villa are still being hashed out, according to Frazee City Administrator Jon Smith.
 
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‘Snellman Days’ re-elects Lori Mitchell mayor


Successful campaign. Lori Mitchell, right, was the recipient of a certificate showing she had been elected Mayor of Snellman once again, with the presentation by Aune Longfors. Mitchell, a summer resident of Toad Lake, ran a successful campaign to be elected for a second one-year term during the Snellman Days. Photo submitted by Celia Piippo
For the first time in seven years, Snellman has a mayor who has been “re-elected.”
 
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Prehab cuts down on recovery time, now offered at Frazee Care Center


Frazee Care Center Administrator Andy Huhta (front) and physical therapist Jeff Dagen are proud to offer prehab services. Photo by Barbie Porter
The Frazee Care Center now offers prehab to prepare surgery patients for their operation and improving recovery time.
 
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Dog license sales reach all-time high, orderly annexation talk continues


This map was presented at the Vergas Planning Commission, defining the areas being considered for annexation. It should be noted phase 3 was removed from the plan, and the colored portions are not representative of the actual parcel sizes.
Vergas residents are registering more dogs with the city than ever before. 
 
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Grant provides Vergas with two bike racks


Dave Hull, owner of Eagle’s Best in Vergas, received a bike rack on his property compliments of the city. Vergas Utilities Superintendent Mike DuFrane and city employee Tyanne Jacobson installed the racks.
Two new wave bike racks were installed in Vergas last week, both at eateries. One is on Main Street near the Loon’s Nest and the other is  at Eagle’s Best.
 

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