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Board approves putting Chromebooks in teachers’ hands this year, students' next fall

Thaddeus Helmers
Thaddeus Helmers
The Frazee-Vergas School District will put Chromebooks in the hands of its high school teachers this year with a course set for full implementation in the fall of 2016.
 
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Becker County 118 may be paved this year

Becker County Road 118 is set to be paved this year if current plans move forward, reported Jim Olson, county engineer.
 
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Frazee municipal liquor stores, event center brings in $40,584

The Frazee municipal liquor store and off-sale operations brought in $28,412 in 2105 and the event center brought in $12,172 to city coffers. 
 
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Board bumps chair pay to $600 annually

The Frazee-Vergas School Board agreed to increase the pay of its chair, and the person who fills in if the chair is absent for a meeting.
 
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‘I managed to keep it together’ says Frazee native after playing Soldier Field


Tyler Steinle (kneeling) and bandmates (from left) Bryan Loweree, Tyler Waslien and Luke Nygaard are 32 Below, which played a NFL halftime show in Chicago Jan. 3.
Years of hard work are starting to pay big dividends for Tyler Steinle as he and his bandmates from 32 Below just played Solider Field and are heading to the Bahamas.
 
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Vergas groomer reports solid first year, proposed businesses create buzz in 2015


Dirk Ockhardt and his son Harry, 6, were busy renovating the Jack Chivers Realty office in Vergas July 2015.
In 2015, Vergas had two new businesses open downtown and a home business open in the rural area.
 
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Wind project info meeting Thursday at event center

Erecting two turbines and several solar panels in Frazee won’t put the taxpayers or city on the hook for a dime, according to the person who is selling the estimated $11 million product, Dan Juhl, owner of Juhl Energy.
 
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Proposed wrestling complex, community fitness center unveiled

The details of the much-talked-about wrestling complex and public fitness center were unveiled during the Frazee-Vergas School Board monthly meeting Monday, Jan. 11.
 
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Mobile food pantry to serve Vergas, Frazee and Wolf Lake

A mobile food pantry may soon serve the cities of Vergas, Frazee and Wolf Lake.
 
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Quiet Cricket closes, decor shop to open


Marlette Anderson-Otto (left) closed her Main Street business in Vergas and sold the building to Natalie Fischer who plans to open a decor shop.

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