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A museum would emphasize the importance of local history

This may seem farfetched, but it seems to me that everyone is a history buff of some type. If nothing else, we all know something about our families’ histories and we wish we knew more. 
 
Wed
22
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Seeds of Love

My beautiful mother has been writing poetry for years … and since my love for writing is inspired by hers, it seems only fitting to occasionally share something from her collection, and this is one of those times.  
 
Wed
22
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History of Frazee: A celebrity in town & local 1920s outlaws

Unannounced, his short visit was long past before we were to learn from his book that he walked in our midst and shared a table with local citizens.
 
Wed
15
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Letter: A good samaritan from Frazee

Letter to the Editor:
 
Wed
15
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Letter: Follow the ‘old’ teachings

Letter to the Editor:
 
This used to be a Christian Nation.   We used to have a Bible we lived by.  Now we have become “enlightened” and found out the “old” laws were not modern enough for this day and age.
Wed
15
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Hard to say goodbye


CallaBelle and Maryah.
Wed
15
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Come to the Water

Wed
15
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You think it’s cold and snowy? Well, back in …

There are several things people like to discuss, even argue about. Other intense subjects I’ve heard comments about lately are postal service deliveries and highways (and/or transportation in general). 
 
Wed
15
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History of Frazee – The Tale of the White Pine, part III

Wed
15
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Bette Mae from Beaulieu

Bette Daggett
Back in l991 Marvin asked if Jean would write a poem for Bette's 60th birthday. Bette Mae Daggett passed away Jan. 3, 2014.
On the White Earth Reservation
 
In the town of Beaulieu
 
A pale-face was rejected
 
By the Indians years ago.
 
 
 

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