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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. 
 
Tue
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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.
 
Tue
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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.
 
Wed
08
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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.
Wed
08
Nov
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Downtown development proposals to be sought by Frazee EDA

The Frazee Economic Development Authority agreed to  request proposals from developers for the vacant downtown lot stated to be about 28,840 square feet (206 feet wide by 140 feet deep). 
 
Wed
08
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After five months, Frazee EDA financials provided, approved

Financial reports were approved for the first time in five months by the Frazee Economic Development Authority. 
 
Wed
08
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Frazee women receive scholarships


Karen Krause, (from left) presented a check for $1,000 to Becca Gray, with Pastor Marvin Winstryg, and a check for $1,000 to Elizabeth Anderson presented by Barb Jacobs.
Wed
08
Nov
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Frazee Lions donate to food provider


Frazee Lions President Karen Gray (right) presented a check on behalf of the club to Luann Porter, the head of United Way of Detroit Lakes.
The Frazee Lions Club recently held its monthly meeting and approved making a donation to the Food For Thought Backpack Program.
 
Wed
08
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Frazee streets under construction to remain as is

Frazee residents living in construction zones are asked to only park on streets when necessary this winter, particularly during or after a snowfall.
 
Wed
08
Nov
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Mahube-Otwa fills programming services in Frazee, makes good use of renovations


The socializing area in the Mahube-Otwa building in Frazee could already use more space.
Mahube-Otwa’s improvements to its Main Avenue location proved a wise decision, as all the programs for early child development were quickly filled.
 

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