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Calvary Church of Perham announced the beginning of summer worship services in Vergas Sundays at the Vergas Event Center beginning May 26 at 9 a.m. Pastor Dave Beety will officiate and Paul Heiser will provide music.
Frazee girls may have a new sport option in the fall – swimming and diving.
If the Perham and New York Mills School Boards agree to share the sport with Frazee, Hornet girls will be invited to participate through a sport cooperative.
The public will get to hear first-hand how some of the most awesome nature photos are taken by photographer Stan Tekiela May 31 at FHS.
The world is Stan Tekiela’s laboratory.
But an overall picture of the naturalist, if one were to try to follow along while he photographs wildlife, covers a rainbow of subjects.
Lori Thorp, Community Education director
The Frazee Area Community Education Director Lori Thorp’s contract was reduced from 260 days to 190 at the Frazee-Vergas School Board meeting Monday, May 13.
Brian Bruce Bigger, 48, Frazee, has been charged with felony theft by swindle in a case filed May 3 in Becker County District Court.
Small sunfish and a few rough fish dotted the shorelines along Shell Lake after ice-out. A few northern pike and bullheads were also spotted in the floating wild rice rafts.
Rumors that there have been cases of extensive winterkill on area lakes appear to be exaggerations.
Minnesota State University Moorhead bestowed the Female Student Leader of the Year Award to Kari Stenger (right). Stenger, a 2010 Frazee High School graduate, was nominated by Ashley Overman (left).
High school can be a person’s glory days, or they can create new ones. For Kari Stenger, a 2010 Frazee High School (FHS) graduate, her formative years led her to receive a major leadership award.
After almost 20 years with Ulteig, the city of Vergas decided to hire a new engineering firm, KLJ which is based out of Bismarck, N.D., but has offices nearby in Brainerd and Moorhead.
The cities of Frazee and Vergas may both have a second Internet provider by June.
The Vergas City Council approved a contract with Wi-Fly Wireless at its monthly council meeting Monday, May 6.
The Vergas City Council was given a thumbs-up review by its auditor Colleen Hoffman of Hoffman, Dale & Swenson which is based in Thief River Falls.
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