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Vergas, Frazee to host Christmas light contests

Holiday lighting contests will be held in Vergas and Frazee this Christmas season. 
 
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Post office looking to use cluster mailboxes in Frazee

The U.S. Post Office is recommending cluster boxes be installed in Frazee.
 
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Relay for Life Christmas concert fundraiser planned in Vergas

The goodwill of the Christmas holiday will be in full force Sunday, Dec. 3 at the Vergas Event Center. A Christmas concert will be held, along with a bake sale, from 2-4 p.m. with all proceeds going to Relay for Life.
 
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Missy Daggett’s 13-year-old daughter receives first Emmy


Nicolette Clark holds an Emmy that was lent to her the Shipman family in rural Frazee.
Nicolette Clark recently received an Emmy. 
 
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Schupp earns management excellence award


Beth Schupp was recently named 2017 Operator of the Year, an award given for her excellence in management and operations of Fair Hills Resort.
Beth (Kaldahl) Schupp was recently honored as 2017 Operator of the Year for her work with Fair Hills Resort. 
 
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Frazee, Vergas liquor store profits are worlds apart


Public hearing on future of Frazee’s city-owned liquor store set for Dec. 11
The municipal liquor stores in Frazee and Vergas have very different stories the past 22 years. One is of a steady and profitable boon to the economy, while the other has struggled.
 
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Frazee council OKs beach restoration


The marked sections are being considered for shoreline management improvements at Frazee’s city beach.
Town Lake’s city beach will receive a natural makeover in the spring as the Frazee City Council approved a natural restoration plan during its monthly meeting Monday, Nov. 13. 
 
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LaCoursiere daydreams about reunion concert with Strange But True


Frazee resident Nate LaCoursiere poses with his wife Nora Sandstad and their two children Charlie and Henry.
Nate LaCoursiere started his professional life as a special education teacher, but ended up a lawyer for the city of Duluth.
 
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Vergas EDA creates business incentive package

The Vergas Economic Development Authority has put together an incentive package to entice business to town.
 
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Craft fair to offer seasonal kissing balls


Kissing balls, along with other holiday decor, will be available at the upcoming Craft and Vendor Fair in Wolf Lake.
Kissing balls, made-from-scratch soups, sweet treats, crafts and popular vendors will all be waiting to welcome visitors to the Craft and Vendor Fair Saturday, Nov. 18 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Wolf Lake Lions Hall on Main Street.

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