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Auditor report reveals most area municipal stores saw slump

Both municipal liquor stores profits in the Frazee and Vergas stores decreased from 2012 to 2013, according to a recently released Minnesota State Auditor report.
 
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Vergas joins LCSC at bare bone cost

After considering spending $5,125 on an annual membership fee with Lakes Country Service Co-op (LCSC), the Vergas City Council weighed its options and settled on a minimal membership fee of $87 a year.
 
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Fast Eddy brings home the gold in Manitoba

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Structure fires more than double for Frazee Fire Department

The number of structure fires the Frazee Fire Department fought in 2014 more than doubled from the previous year.
 
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Vergas Fire Dept. tackles 43 calls in 2014

In 2014, the Vergas Fire Department responded to 43 calls and the Vergas Rescue Squad responded to 107 calls.
 
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Woodard makes monuments come to life, earns award from American Legion

Pat Woodard
Pat Woodard, the son of Mary and Pete Woodard, recently learned he’d receive a second award from the American Legion for his journalistic endeavors that have included the mediums of print, TV and radio. Anne Woodard photo
Pat Woodard, a 1972 Frazee High School graduate, will receive his second journalism award from the American Legion Saturday, Jan. 24. 
 
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Where is Sunnie Darville? Vergas council starts search

Nine years after Sunnie Darville was charged with stealing $57,415 from the taxpayers of Vergas, the city council is left wondering where the former liquor store manager resides and how she is making a living.
 
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Strands to open bookstore in Vergas

Patricia and Duane Strand
Patricia and Duane Strand are preparing to open a used bookstore in downtown Vergas. Barbie Porter photo
Vergas will soon welcome a used bookstore to Main Street. 
 
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Wurst reels in winning derby fish

Dylan Wurst
Dylan Wurst of Frazee holds the Eagle Lake Tumble traveling trophy after taking first place in the derby. Marsha Wurst photo
The Eagle Lake Tumble sold out shortly after the date was announced in the paper, and just about every ticket holder walked onto the ice Saturday, Jan. 17.
 
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Language school opens in Frazee

Kathleen Krause
Kathleen Krause recently opened a language learning school in her rural Frazee home. Barbie Porter photo
Kathleen Krause of rural Frazee recently opened a language learning school in her home for students of all ages. 
 

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