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Fence requirements may change in Vergas

 Fence restrictions may change if the Vergas City Council approves its planning commission’s recommendation.

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Highway 87 detour near Frazee begins Monday

 Motorists on Highway 87 east of Frazee will encounter a one-week detour when a culvert replacement project begins July 8, weather permitting.

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Tractor Tracks seeks entries for July 28 event

  The last day of Turkey Days will feature the second annual display of antique farm tractors at the end of this month. It is scheduled for Sunday, July 28.

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Residents asked to envision future of Frazee


The City of Frazee is looking for input from residents on what people feel is needed to enhance residental life and business opportunities in the city. City leaders are also interested in learning what residents dislike about the city. Photo illustration by Barbie Porter

 For most, there is little opportunity to design one’s hometown. That rare moment has arrived for Frazee residents and those living in the surrounding area.

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Citizenship: A family’s time to celebrate for the Miller family


A day for celebration. A federal judge (left) presided over administering the citizenship oath for Jiralyn Miller, holding daughter Rubyjane. Bob Miller displays his wife's certificate. The ceremony was held in St. Paul at a federal facility, March 19.

 Jiralyn Miller had many miles to travel to become a United States citizen – in more ways than one.  

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Diagonal parking on Main, closing S. River Dr. & more options discussed at Frazee’s Heartland Trail meeting


This map, provided by Apex Engineering in Detroit Lakes, shows the different route proposals for bringing the Heartland Trail through the city of Frazee.

 The Heartland Trail will connect Frazee and Detroit Lakes with a paved path; from there the options for bringing the trail through the city are diverse.

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Turkey Days plans get finishing touches


The Turkey Days grand marshals were recently announced to be Ed and Linda Jutz. They were surrounded by family when the good news broke. Family members are (front, from left): Megan Sorlien, Deven Jutz, (2nd row) Matthew Jutz, Linda Jutz, Ed Jutz, Hailey Jutz, Shantel Jutz, (3rd row) Andrew Jutz, Mark Sorlien and Tammy Sorlien. Photo by Daneele Shipman

 Finishing touches were put on Frazee’s annual Turkey Days at a meeting held Tuesday, June 25 at the Frazee Event Center.

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Getting involved leads to promotion for Frazee graduate Briana Schepper


Briana Schepper, a 2011 Frazee High School graduate, created this 3D artwork honoring her high school one-act play experience. Submitted photo

 As college students wrapped up their year with the dreaded finals, 2011 Frazee graduate Briana Schepper had a reason to celebrate.

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Local women’s quartet determined to get back together more often


One of the acts on a barbershop program last week during Perham's Turtle Fest was "Something Special," a female quartet whose members have been singing together for almost 30 years. The group is comprised of tenor Esther Bromander, left, along with lead singer Judy Maxwell, bass Joan Ketter and baritone Norma Jean Grotnes. Maxwell and Ketter live in Frazee, Bromander and Grotnes are residents of the Detroit Lakes area.

 Music not only can serve to connect generations, it can keep individuals within the same era linked for decades.

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Daggett Truck Line sends trailers to Minneapolis

 A large electrical failure Sunday spread into Monday in the Twin Cities metropolitan area and became a threat to commerce for companies that depend on refrigeration for their products.

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