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Frazee moves ahead with street project

 Monday night, April 8, the Frazee City Council had a public hearing on the proposed assessments for Spruce Avenue and 2nd Street S.E. Chris Thorson, Ulteig Engineering, explained the amounts of the assessments.

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Quiet Cricket in Vergas notes 12 years this week

 The Quiet Cricket in Vergas is  celebrating its 12th anniversary this month!

 The store was purchased in March 2001 from Dorene and Richard Kvam.

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Win a bike, join the rodeo

Get ready to participate in the inaugural Bike and Walk to Work Week in Frazee May 4-12.

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Vergas Maple Syrup Fest draws hundreds for fun-filled event


Frazee resident Sherri Lehmann, 27, crossed over the finish line with her nephew Ethan Lehmann, 6, of Detroit Lakes.

 Maple syrup and fun events drew hundreds of people to Vergas Saturday, April 6.

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School board considers paying all coaching costs, reinstating three sports

                The Frazee-Vergas School Board is considering ending its credit payout to booster clubs, and taking a permanent stance by paying for all coaching positions.

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New clinic opens doors for business next week

 Essentia Health will open the doors of its new, larger clinic for business Monday, April 15.

 Kim Kaiser, Essentia Health’s communications director, noted a community open house is set for Tuesday, April 23 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

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School board names finalists for principal, AD positions

 Finalists have been named for the Frazee-Vergas School District’s elementary principal and athletic director positions.

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New owners take the helm at Skål May 1


Dixie Stauffacher, a Perham resident, and Philip Wieler, who resides in rural Dent, will become the new owners of Skål in Vergas May 1.

 Skål in Vergas will officially be sold as of May 1.

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Long, snowy winter hits cities’ pocketbooks

The six-foot snowbanks lining the roads are melting fast as temperatures rise almost daily to above freezing.

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MPCA continues to monitor petroleum leak

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) is monitoring a petroleum leak in the Four Corners area.

 

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