The Wolf Lake Woodchucks 4-H Club has returned and is seeking new members. Members are (front, from left) Brody Yliniemi, Lydia Aho, Addi Aho, Haylee Aho, (back) Leaders Andrea Yliniemi and Amanda Aho.
The return of the Wolf Lake Woodchucks 4-H Club is an exciting announcement for children in the Wolf Lake area.
The Becker County Transit bus seats 14 people, including two wheelchairs, and currently stops in Frazee twice on Tuesdays and Thursdays. By March the services are planned to be expanded to five days a week.
Need a ride to the clinic? How about the movies? Beach, maybe? Call 847-1674.
Frazee-Vergas Schools Superintendent Terry Karger (right) examines the possible layout for the State Highway 87 corridor as other committee members watch a slide show of possible art and amenities that could be installed.
Discontinuing parking along State Highway 87 from the U.S. Highway 10 intersection to the Frazee High School is under consideration, and public input is being sought Tuesday, Oct. 18 from 6-8 p.m. at the Frazee Event Center.
WDAY Honor Flight representative Dave Brunsvold accepts the donation from United Community Bank employees (front, from left) Nikki Thompson, Sheila Roberts, Sam Sazama, Mary Blixt, (back) Brenda Biegler, Amy Pfeffer, Lisa Glynn, Ashley Renollet.
Perham and Frazee United Community Banks organized a series of fundraisers Sept. 26-30 during what the banks dubbed “Honor Week,” for the WDAY Honor Flight program based out of Fargo.