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Hornet grandstand seating increases three-fold


The canopy that will cover the new baseball grandstand was completed recently. Under the covered area will be seating for about 120 fans.
Remodeling the varsity fan stand at the Frazee High School baseball field seemed to happen quickly. 
 
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Frazee grad writes, produces movie about emotional abuse


Tara Heston poses for a film poster for an upcoming film she is staring in called “Dangerous Love.” Sonalii Castillo photo
Abuse doesn’t always come with a powerful hand, sometimes the weapons used are words. 
 
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Wind study becalmed, housing study to start in November

Frazee Economic Development Authority approved a wind and solar feasibility study in late May, but the project has remained stagnant.
 
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Stalled Heartland Trail effort takes toll on Frazee’s mayor

The proposed Heartland Trail linking Frazee to Detroit Lakes is starting to take a toll on Frazee Mayor Hank Ludtke. 
 
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Day care services being considered for the Frazee Business Center

The Frazee Business Center may soon have a playground, an entrance door on Main Avenue and some renovations to the inside of the building.
 
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Wolf Lake Co-op completes store remodel


In recent months the outside of the Wolf Lake Co-op building was remodeled. However, updates to store have been ongoing the past five years.
Visually, the Wolf Lake Co-op had a drastic change when the storefront was remodeled, but improvements to the store have been ongoing for the past five years.
 
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Brontosaurus becomes fourth iconic sculpture in Frazee


The dinosaur in front of All In All is the newest statue in Frazee, and the only one people are allowed to sit on for photos.
What do a moose, two turkeys and brontosaurus have in common? They are all part of Frazee’s growing number of outdoor, iconic sculptures.
 
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State says, repairs to furniture building must be twice the cost of the lien


Gary’s Furniture building
The state of Minnesota has a $100,000 lien on the Gary’s Furniture building, and the work to bring the building up to code will have to be more than $200,000 for the lien to be removed.
 
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Frazee business to celebrate 5-year mark this Friday


OK Hardware owners (from left) Jon Olson, Kent Ketter and John Olson invite everyone to the customer appreciation day Friday, Oct. 2 at the store on East Main Avenue.
The first five years of a business are often referred to the survival years, as one of six closes its doors during that time.
 
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Shooting Star to build new casino near Dent

White Earth Nation officials recently announced plans to build a casino on Star Lake east of Dent off of Otter Tail County Road 41.
 

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