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ECFE gazebo work starts with cement, volunteers needed

The Frazee-Vergas Early Childhood Family Education’s outdoor classroom is moving forward with the nice spring weather.
 
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Hands-on learning to increase with new science technology

Open heart surgeries may be performed by Frazee High School students in coming years as new learning technology is being considered.
 
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Vergas Council removes hot mix plant, approves permit


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The Vergas City Council held a special meeting Wednesday, April 19 and unanimously approved an interim use permit for Mark Sand & Gravel.
 
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Area residents offer alternative to hotels


Josh Hanson has four properties listed for rent on VRBO and Airbnb, and reported a high percentage occupancy rate.
Representatives from Frazee and Vergas often speak of a similar dream – a hotel or motel opening in the city. While bringing the traditional hospitality industry to town may be years away, there are options - Airbnb and VRBO.
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Frazee church receives blessings from the ground up


Clayton Schultz takes a selfie with his father Jim Schultz after the two installed a cross atop United Methodist Church in Frazee.
Frazee United Methodist Church recently received two generous gifts, one put the symbol of Christ in the sky and the other is on the ground, ready to bring people to church.
 
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Thon hired to protect national forests


Shane Thon, a Frazee High School graduate, will be protecting national forests in Idaho this summer.
For most, professional careers create roots, but for Shane Thon his job has taken him to several states since he graduated in 2011 from the University of Idaho with degrees in natural resources technology for forestry and wildlife.
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Fulmer’s artwork selected for T-shirt design


Madison Fulmer’s artwork was selected to be featured on this year’s Frazee High School Day of Caring shirt that is given to students and faculty who participate in the community clean-up effort.
The day before the Day of Caring design submissions were due, Madison Fulmer found inspiration.
 
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Nundahl is the first in family to reach Eagle Scout rank


Tucker Nundahl completed his Eagle Scout Project by making new signs for Harvest Fellowship Church in Frazee.
Tucker Nundahl feels privileged to have the opportunity to be the first person in his family to join the ranks of Eagle Scouts.
 
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Business owners encouraged to attend annual EDA meeting, enjoy free dinner

The Vergas Economic Development Authority is hosting an informative and filling shindig Wednesday, April 26 at Billy’s Corner Bar & Grill, and everyone is invited.
 
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Vergas residents express concerns about gravel pit

The Vergas City Council had more than 40 people attend its monthly meeting Tuesday, April 11, and the topic on everyones’ mind was the gravel pit.
 

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