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Frazee sees three downtown businesses open in 2015


Hair Style Studio brought in a massage therapist in 2015, adding to its completely renovated building.
The year of 2015 concluded with the city of Frazee welcoming three new downtown businesses, as well as three shops on the outskirts opening their doors and two area residents starting in-home endeavors.
 
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Latch Key and baseball field improvements highlight 2015 school happenings


Work on the Frazee baseball grandstand started in 2015 and resulted in a massive improvement to the baseball facilities. In addition to a canopy-covered seating area for 120 people, a concession stand was built nearby.
The elementary school had a big year in 2015, with the district offering parents an opportunity to have a supervised learning and play time after or before school and during the summer for students. 
 
Wed
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Jan
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Helmers submits resume to serve on school board

One person applied to fill the remaining term of Frazee-Vergas School Board member Don Trieglaff who resigned at the December meeting.
 
Wed
06
Jan
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Hairy man run a hit in Vergas, trail talks NCT


Matt Davis (right) listens to recommendations from the Vergas Trail Committee on where the North Country Trail should be re-routed.
The Vergas Trail Committee reported such success with the inaugural Hairy Man 5K fun run that next year’s is already being planned.
 
Wed
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Rochert man starts window, gutter cleaning business


Aaron Harstad of Rochert owns Clear Advantage, a professional commercial and residential window and gutter cleaning service as well as a construction clean-up business.
Aaron Harstad gives his customers a Clear Advantage when it comes to clean windows and empty gutters for business and residential buildings. 
 
Wed
06
Jan
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School board mulls Chromebook, may cut costs and be a better fit for district


Tavia Bachmann points to the slide showing the school board members the estimated cost of bringing Chromebooks to the district.
Switching from iPads to Chromebooks could save the Frazee-Vergas School District about $135,000 next year.
 
Wed
06
Jan
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Board requests band uniform fundraisers cease

Miscommunication concerning financial responsibility for the proposed band uniforms is being cleared up by the Frazee-Vergas School Board.
 
Wed
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Jan
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Mistelske works to change stereotype of factory jobs


Lucas Mistelske, a Frazee High School graduate, is now the director of data center operations for Involta. Steve Isola photo
Lucas Mistelske is hoping to change attitudes people have about factory jobs. 
 
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Hostel Hornet closes Jan. 1

                After 3 years of operation, Frazee’s Hostel Hornet restaurant and bar will close Friday, Jan. 1, reported owner Michael Mercil.

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Downtown daycare a hit, some open spots for school-age kids


Mitzi Flatau (from left), Alice Meyer and Michelle Wilkowski are employees of Mahube-Otwa Community Action Partnership, which helped bring Jessica Priem’s daycare to downtown Frazee.
The new childcare facility in downtown Frazee hasn’t officially opened, but already has a waiting list. 
 

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