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Looney Daze committee asks city council for green light

Looney Daze may happen

Tue
09
Jun
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Vergas farmer eyes animal and land health


Andy Hayner owns the Lost Farm in rural Vergas and raises cattle, sheep and pig by using sustainable practices with grazing.

Andy Hayner is a landl

Tue
02
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England seeing similar pushback to stay at home orders


Danika and John Sutherland plan to remain in England until the end of July due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

While Great Britain and the U.S.

Tue
02
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COVID-19 cases in Becker, Otter Tail near 100

The number of COVID-19

Tue
02
Jun
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Two year old dies in house fire


The house in Rochert was destroyed in a fire that started when the Hedlund family was home.

On May 24, two-year-ol

Tue
02
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Wolf Lake resident, wins national award

Melody Bober was recen

Tue
02
Jun
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Wannigan Park Committee weighs ownership


The Wannigan Regional Park Committee’s mission statement emphasized being a premier destination for the region that offers outdoor recreational opportunities.

The Wannigan Regional

Tue
02
Jun
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Four suites to be offered in new commercial building


The building designs are in the early stages of review by the Frazee Economic Development Authority. The building is set to offer four suites

The downtown Frazee co

Tue
02
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Banjos and pitchforks taken to the streets to show support for Vergas business


Andy Hayner and his friend “Doodle” Bivens performed an impromtu concert at Vergas Ford last week.

A free, impromptu banj

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Pomp and circumstance


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, graduation took on a different look and feel this year at Frazee High School. In order to abide by social distancing guidelines from the state, graduation was held in the parking lot of the high school, while students and their families remained in their vehicles. Following the ceremony on Friday night, a parade was held through downtown Frazee to honor the Class of 2020. Among the students who participated in the parade was Jaryn Johannsen who gave two thumbs up as she rolled through town (pictured). A number of student speakers gave their commencement speeches on a truck in the parking lot.

The Frazee High School

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