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Harvest Fest winners


New royalty was crowned Friday night at the Wolf Lake Harvest Festival. Winners include (front, from left) Wolf Lake Little Princess Madilynn Perrine and Little Miss Wolf Lake Lillian Nelson, (back, from left) Wolf Lake Jr. Princess Marie Mastin, Wolf Lake Princess Bailey Tinjum, Miss Wolf Lake Brittany Lormis, and Jr. Miss Wolf Lake Rylee Turcotte. Andrea Yliniemi photo
Winners of the many contests at the 2016 Wolf Lake Harvest Festival held this past weekend are as follows:
 
Susi Jarvi Charm Finder
 
McKenna Skoog
 
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Andersen is second in family to take 20,000-mile journey across Americas


Ian Andersen plans to start a 20,000-mile bicycle ride, from Alaska to Argentina, in September.
Ian Andersen, 23, plans to start a bicycle journey from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska to Ushuaia, Argentina Sept. 1 to raise awareness (and money) for the United Spinal Association.
 
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Frazee resident receives invite to upcoming presidential inauguration, ball


Catherine Jaroszewski holds the official invitation to the 58th presidential inauguration and presidential ball.
Catherine Jaroszewski has been invited to the 2017 presidential inauguration and one of the official presidential balls.
 
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Glander retires after 30 years of community service


Wolf Lake Rescue President Dennis Hass (left) presented Scott Glander with an appreciation plaque after 30 years of service.
Scott Glander was given a commemorative plaque in appreciation of his 30 years of dedication and service to his community Aug. 11.
 
In 1987, Scott joined the Wolf Lake Rescue Squad. 
 
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Filing closes, 11 file for local offices

The Frazee City Council has a race brewing as more people signed up to serve than spots open.
 
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Frazee Fire Dept. conducts training burn, new recruits gain knowledge


Firefighters contain the final burn to go slow to keep the house nearby safe from the flames and heat.

Small groups of people gathered on lawns all around the neighborhood to watch the house burning.
The old house at 110 Pine Avenue was an eyesore in the Frazee community. The dwelling was recently purchased by Darwin & Sue Bartel who own the house next door. 
 
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New clerk finds welcoming community

Denise Anderson
Denise Anderson started working as the Frazee City Clerk Aug. 1.
Denise Anderson started her job as the Frazee City Clerk Aug. 1, and has since been impressed by the kindness of the community, the camaraderie of city workers and the jewels the city offers its residents.
 
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Workout stations coming to Frazee


Donna Anderson, a program educator for SNAP, holds up two of the exercise signs that will be posted around Frazee this fall.
Workout stations will be going up around Frazee, possibly as soon as fall.
 
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St. John’s to celebrate 125 years of serving the Lord


St. John’s Height of Land Lutheran Church celebrates 125 years with a gathering Sunday.
St. John’s Height of Land Lutheran Church in rural Frazee, has been serving its community since 1891. This marks “125 years of serving, loving, and growing in Christ” which the members have adopted as the church’s motto.
 
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Frazee Elementary playground $175,000+ overhaul begins


After a week of work, the construction crews at the elementary playground began creating a path where the sloped sidewalk will lead to the play area.
Work began last week on revamping the playground at Frazee Elementary to make it handicapped accessible.
 

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