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Tue
15
Dec
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Assessments for Frazee properties discussed


The map provided by Ulteig Engineers outlines the areas of Frazee that are targeted for construction in 2016.
With a total project cost of $1.8 million the street and utility line improvements slated for 2016 in Frazee come with an assessable value of $1.14 million. The remaining $667,000 would be the city’s tab.
 
Tue
15
Dec
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FHS grad continues creative hobby, developing website to display art


Shane Gibson features a lone yellow bird in the painting where the green leaves also look like birds on a tree limb.
Saturdays during Shane Gibson’s childhood were filled with a familiar argument with his brother. The two had different tastes in television programming. 
 
Mon
07
Dec
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Dryland dog sled tours available now


Streeper Tours offers dryland sled dog rides and traditional adventures when the snow falls.
Get out and enjoy the warm temps by going on an adventure with Streeper Tours.
 
Mon
07
Dec
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Frazee sees building permits continue to roll in with good winter weather

The unseasonably warm weather has kept building permits rolling in for the year. 
 
Mon
07
Dec
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Kid’s shopping mall draws many to Frazee


Pastor Bill Aufdenkamp (left) and Blake Christensen, 16, of Frazee helped wrap presents for young shoppers during the Holiday Shoppe event Friday, Dec. 4.
Several generations of children have had the opportunity to take some allowance money and go to a store where everything on the shelf is 25 cents.
 
Wed
02
Dec
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Vergas man carves nitch in a creative retirement

George Baker
George Baker of Vergas has spent his retirement painting portraits of his family and friends (as well as landscapes) and whittling wood.
Even if George Baker never sold a single hand-carved statue or painting it wouldn’t stop him from creating more. 
 
Wed
02
Dec
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Lakes area choir welcoming singers, musicians for upcoming season


The Lakes Area Chorale has given a free public performance the past two years and will again during its third season.
Frazee’s music teachers are not only teaching sweet sounds, but performing as well with the Lakes Area Chorale, which includes a live band.
 
Wed
02
Dec
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EDA gets early glimpse of housing study

Three new single-family homes are built in Frazee annually, on average, and there is a need for apartment buildings.
 
Wed
02
Dec
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Winter chill snapped by quilting club


Frazee Assisted Living residents (front, from left) Ray Beck, Delores Eckre, Clarence Pihlaja, Pearl Naglich, Janice Latto, Betty Holmer, Joann Whinery, Arlene Schriener, (back) Loren Birky, Marlys Moltzan, and quilters Ellen Hatlen, Pat Mastin and Frazee Lions Deb Pergande and Karlene Negen joined for a picture before the residents picked their favorite quilt.
As the temperatures dipped and the first snow of the season fell the residents of the Frazee Assisted Living enjoyed a perfectly-timed gift from some generous quilters. 
 
Wed
02
Dec
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Study estimates energy production for wind, solar power


Juhl Energy’s renewable energy feasibility analysis predicted noise levels from the turbine site.

Juhl Energy’s renewable energy feasibility analysis provided a graph with the average monthly wind speeds in recent years.

A road reference map was provided in Juhl Energy’s renewable energy feasibility analysis.
Five megawatts is the potential energy output of the two wind turbines and solar panels proposed to be built in Frazee at the city wastewater treatment lagoons, which are located along Becker County Highway 10. 
 

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