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Ripples of Hope: Dragonflies


Laurie and her husband, Dean, live in Frazee with their dog, Reba. Laurie’s passions are family time, ministry and music. She is a Synodically Authorized Minister serving Waters of Grace Lutheran and the community of Frazee, an accomplished pianist, and also loves to dabble with acoustic guitar. Other hobbies include writing, gardening, cooking, canning, and anything that brings her outdoors in and among God’s beautiful creation.
Wed
14
Aug
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Around the Bend: Chickens reinforce the thought that failure is better defined as the absence of trying


Chicken problems plague the Shipman ranchero.
The Shipman ranchero has been having chicken problems. My little venture into chicken farming has had a small hiccup. 
 
Wed
14
Aug
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Cally’s Corner: I can’t be in two places at once


Tucker & CallaBelle at the Becker County Fair.
If there ever was a weekend where I needed two of me – it was this past weekend.
 
Looney Daze in Vergas and the Becker County Fair in Detroit Lakes were held on the same weekend. 
 
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14
Aug
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Just a Derm Minute: Vergas goes to dogs; weekend hosted good events

We often hear people talk about the “good news-bad news” occurrences in their lives. Well, there have been several instances of the former and at least one sorrowful incident over the past few days.
 
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14
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History of Frazee: Dec. 1896-Feb. 1897


Albert (Ike) Fischer was born June 12, 1921, in Frazee where he grew up and attended school. After serving in the U.S. Army during World War II he returned to the family farm near Frazee. He married Larene Haas. Their daughter Lori and son-in-law Don Thorp, Frazee, have two sons, Martin and Roger, and now live on the family farm while Ike and Larene reside in town.
12-23-1896. The following editorial was composed and printed in Frazee’s first newspaper, The Park Region, started by A. DeLacy Wood, entitled “Our Thriving Village.”
 
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12
Aug
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Movie Review: “We’re the Millers” and “Elysium”


Bob Garver

            It happened again this weekend. I couldn’t decide which new release was more popular. “We’re the Millers” opened on Wednesday and had more money at the end of the weekend.

Wed
07
Aug
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Around the Bend: Car show involves healing, memories and a way for us to knit past & future together


Picture taken by Stuart Lowry of Texas, July 27 at the car show.
Wed
07
Aug
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Letter: What kind of message does gymnastic proposal send?

Dear Editor:
 
Wed
07
Aug
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Cally’s Corner: Good times with friends


WE Fest is better with friends.
Wed
07
Aug
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Letter: Congrats on star rating

Letter to the Editor:
 

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