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4-H club answers call, helps Frazee’s first responders


Height of Land 69er’s 4-H club members and advisors participating in the blanket project included Seth Isola, Toby Isola, Luke Isola, Jonisa Isola, Trevor Hockett, Trenton Hockett, Treyson Hockett, Blake Myllykangas, Annabelle Myllykangas, Emily Myllykangas, Beth Paurus, Adam Spadgenske, Seth Spadgenske, Mark Spadgenske, Jon Spadgenske, Faith Pihlaja, Angel Pihlaja, Nathan Pihlaja, Sophia Sweeney, Domanic Madole, Tanner Sellgren, Taylor Christensen and Kim Christensen.

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Tue
07
Jan
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Frazee man sees felony dismissed for exploitation of a vulnerable adult

Dustin Matthew Lee Dea

Tue
31
Dec
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Judge Judy tries case for Frazee residents


West Fletcher and his wife Kristine are now winter residents in New Mexico, but still own land in Frazee.

An episode of Judge J

Tue
31
Dec
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Cross Country ski trails open in Frazee, area

The cross country ski trails are

Tue
31
Dec
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Residents light up their houses for Christmas


Christmas lights color 202 West Willow Avenue in Frazee (pictured) was one of five that earned a top honor recognition award from the Frazee Area Community Club’s Christmas light contest.

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Tue
31
Dec
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Free help with taxes offered

Mahube-Otwa offers fre

Tue
31
Dec
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Filling up the car at home


Polly (Daggett) Andersen, a 1980 Frazee High School graduate, has been an electric car owner since 2017. She and her husband Mark, who have two adult children, use the vehicle as a commuter car.

Polly Andersen purchas

Mon
23
Dec
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Former fire chief faces life-changing decision


Regi Ueke (back left) posed for a family photograph with his wife Rhonda and their son Brayden.

For most area resident

Mon
23
Dec
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Mystery solved by Main Street merchants

Shoveling the sidewalk

Mon
23
Dec
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Watching friends suffer inspires woman to act


Shirlee Taylor started Hats For Hope and donates handmade hats, mittens and scarves to domestic abuse survivors. She also gifts them to Someplace Safe for them to give to their clientele.

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