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Unique realty office opens in Vergas Friday

 Jack Chivers Realty
Dirk Ockhardt and his son Harry, 6, were busy renovating the new Jack Chivers Realty office in Vergas last week. Ockhardt purchased Jack Chivers Realty in 2014. The Vergas branch opens July 3 and a ribbon cutting is set for July 23. Barbie Porter photo
The former CoCo’s storefront on Main Street in Vergas has a new owner and unique uses are slated for the building.
 
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Cleaning out a closet led to 30 years of costume design for Lake Six resident

Shirley Manning
Lake Six resident Shirley Manning owns Creative Costumes, a shop of more than a 1,000 costumes in Moorhead. Barbie Porter photo
Shirley Manning
Years ago Shirley Manning had a friend snap a photograph of her standing among the racks of costumes she offers at her store, Creative Costumes.
Shirley (Brekke) Manning outfits gangsters, dancers, rock stars and even fish.
 
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DNR investigates turtle meat sales

Ketter’s Meat Market
A Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officer explained to several people that Ketter’s Meat Market was temporarily closed due to an ongoing investigation regarding the sale of turtle meat Monday, June 29. Barbie Porter photo
Ketter’s Meat Market
Several unmarked pickups pulled on to Main Avenue in Frazee and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officers stepped out and went into Ketter’s Meat Market Monday afternoon, June 29. Barbie Porter photo
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Daggett Truck Line bull heads to retirement

 Daggett Truck Line
The well-known bull, which hung above the main entrance to Daggett Truck Line, is being retired. Barbie Porter photo
 Daggett Truck Line
Sorlien Enterprises removed the old tin on the main building of Daggett Truck Line and is replacing it with two-toned steel.
Those driving by the Daggett Truck Line building on Becker County Highway 10 will probably notice some major renovations taking place. 
 
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Firemen provide breakfast Sunday


The Frazee Firemen pancake breakfast is set for Sunday (July 5) at the fire hall from 8 a.m. to noon.
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Columbarium at Lakeside Cemetery may help some find their niche

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The columbarium at the Lakeside Cemetery in Frazee is complete. Barbie Porter photo
The Lakeside Cemetery in Frazee may offer a perfect niche for a final resting place.
 
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Church calls Watchorn to serve in Brazil

Tristan Watchorn
Tristan Watchorn will be wearing a suit and tie the next two years as he serves his church while living in Brazil. Barbie Porter photo
There are 85,147 missionaries in the field, and word recently came that the son of Michael and Denise Watchorn and Annette Watchorn would increase that number by one.
 
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Habitat for Humanity seeks applicants for next build

Two Habitat for Humanity homes have been built in the Frazee-Vergas area, and the organization is considering applicants for an upcoming house.
 
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Memorial wall at VFW

Don & Diane Trieglaff donated plaques June 20 to honor fallen soldiers who graduated from Frazee High School and posed with VFW members (kneeling) Jimmy Krejce, (from left) Beth Belflower, Diane & Don Trieglaff, Darby Nundahl, Jimmy Johnso

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Headquarters sets up shop on Main

All School Reunion
Roger Boe (from left) offered the All School Reunion organizers the use of his plant shelter, which is located next to his Main Avenue business the BackYard Station. Event organizers Rodger Palmer, Jan Lindsley and Diane Mistelske are part of the crew organizing the reunion. Barbie Porter photo
Frazee High School graduates will be happy to know its headquarters will be set up on Main Avenue, brimming with information, a few historical items to reminisce about and a space to sit for a chat.
 

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