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2014 in Review: Vergas enacts EDA, creates strategic plan


In 2014, Vergas residents were told the post office window hours were going to be reduced.
ogressive year in 2014, as it created a city-wide strategic plan and formed an economic development authority (EDA).
 
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2014 in Review: More than 100 new subscribers

In 2014, the Frazee-Vergas Forum welcomed 105 new subscribers, with the majority being local residents.
 
Fifty new subscribers were Frazee residents, while nine new subscribers came from Vergas.
 
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FHS graduate publishes action-sci-fi novel


‘I thought (writing a novel) was a productive outlet to voice my views and observations of the world in a creative way.’ • Kyle Alcott

“I Am Partisan” is a novel by Frazee High School graduate Kyle Alcott.
Kyle Alcott remembers March 31, 2004 well. He learned, along with much of the U.S., that halfway around the globe four private contractors were murdered in Iraq as a crowd of people cheered the violent act.
 
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Florida native hired as dog handler for Streeper race team

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Chris Colon, a Florida native, is residing at the Streeper ranch in Osage and was hired as a dog handler for the season. Barbie Porter photo
Giving up 50 degree winters in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Chris Colon made his way to Minnesota’s north woods on a whim.
 
Tue
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Homeless dog may soon help veterans with PTSD

Cindy Johnson
Cindy Johnson of Little Toad Lake recently visited with Mara, a homeless dog that had given birth to a litter. Of the five pups in her litter, only two survived thanks to the help of Johnson and the Marshmallow Foundation of Detroit Lakes. Barbie Porter photo
Up until a few weeks ago, Mara was a homeless mother of a newborn litter. After a search party saved the lives of her pups, the golden-lab mix is now poised to return the love that has been shown to her.
 
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Rodney Hanson shares personal history


Rodney Hanson displays the recording device he and his twin brother used while Rodney was in the service to send messages to family and friends.
Those who have ever stopped at Hanson's Plumbing and Heating in Vergas know that it holds a lot of history in the comfortably-filled walls. 
 
Tue
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Frazee Area Community Club makes plans for 2015

Plows were out in full force while crowds gathered to watch the parade resulting in another successful Snowplow Parade Dec. 6 for the Frazee Area Community Club (FACC).
 
Tue
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Frazee scouts grows to 45 members


Venture Crew members (from left) Ashley Wallace, Megan Jensen, Boy Scout Tory Fleming, Cub Scout Phillip Vogel, co-advisor of the Venture Crew Rhonda Fleming and Boy Scoutmaster Richard Fleming recently marched in the Fargo Veteran’s Day parade.

Richard Fleming and Angie Vogel, Frazee scout leaders, report a large increase in numbers for the local program.
The Frazee scout program has boomed with a total of 45 scouts in the program at different levels, according to scoutmasters Angie Vogel and Richard Fleming.
 
Tue
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A wreath and a quilt adds comfort this Christmas season

Patty Mitchell
Patty Mitchell kneels by Bobby Cates’ headstone. Her father is buried at Arlington National Cemetery, where she and hundreds of other volunteers recently placed wreaths.
Karen Cates
Karen Cates held a photograph of her late husband, Bobby, who is buried at the Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.

Frazee Lions members created a memorial quilt using the neckties of the late Bobby Cates for his wife Karen.
Patty Mitchell recently joined hundreds of volunteers to place wreaths on the graves of soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery, including that of Bobby Cates, her father.
 
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Dashing through the snow .... winter adventures await in Osage

Eddy Streeper
Eddy Streeper (from left) stands on the back of the two-musher sled with his handler Chris Colon in front of him. Repeat riders may get the chance to get a true feel for what it is like for mushers, but with the comfort of knowing an experienced musher is right behind them. Barbie Porter photo
“Who needs the Boundary Waters or Alaska?” Eddy Streeper asked. “We offer the same outdoor adventures and at half the price.”
 

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