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Family members sought, apply at city hall


Frazee Fire Chief Regi Ueke (left) has been a firefighter 24 years while Travis Gray has been fighting fires for two years. The two stand next to the gear that is fitted to each firefighter. New gear will be ordered for the new recruits once they are chosen.
A family known for having each other’s backs, sharing plenty of laughs and being well-respected in the community is looking for more brothers and sisters.
 
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Fire destroys shop at B&D Transport; locals help keep business operational


Flames could be seen from the side of the B&D Transport building on State Highway 87 that is overtaken with smoke. Matthew Abraham photo
The sirens roared long and loud in Frazee Tuesday, Feb. 2, warning townsfolk to be on the lookout for emergency vehicles heading to B&D Transport.
 
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Field & Stream article features spear fishermen with local ties


The cover photograph for the article in Field & Stream mixes a visual with words to set the scene. Ackerman & Gruber photo

Jason Ulschmid, a 2000 Frazee High School graduate, prepared for the national writer’s visit by drilling holes in the ice and bringing out the fish house on Island Lake. Ackerman & Gruber photo

Tim Zick grew up in Osage near Big Toad Lake where his parents, Sue and Jerry Zick raised cattle. The 2003 Frazee High School graduate was recently featured in a fish spearing article in Field & Stream magazine. Ackerman & Gruber photo
Tim Zick and Jason Ulschmid spend many days in a fish house with a fishing spear in their hands. All their expertise was featured in a recent article published by Field & Stream magazine.
 
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Breaths of canned air sell for $15 in China, FHS grad living abroad shares thoughts


Kyle Alcott
Breathing clean air is a luxury Kyle Alcott fondly remembers of his childhood days in Frazee. 
 
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Garage lost in Vergas fire

Residents of the city of Vergas likely heard the whistle blow at an odd time Wednesday, Jan. 27.
 
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Helping hands overwhelm fire victim


Bryan Moore
After being left homeless due to a fire, Burlington Township resident Bryan Moore was overwhelmed by the number of helping hands reaching out.
 
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Chili cook-off results


The winners of the second annual Bobby Cates Chili Cook-Off at the Frazee VFW Jan. 31 include (from left) Non-traditional, Anna Leitheiser; Fan Favorite, Jim Brune; Traditional chili, Beth Belflower; and Spicy, Corey Baker.
The winners of the second annual Bobby Cates Chili Cook-Off at the Frazee VFW Jan. 31 were: Traditional chili, Beth Belflower; Non-traditional, Anna Leitheiser; Spicy, Corey Baker; and Fan Favorite, Jim Brune.
 
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Lady Hornets handle Wadena

After eight days without a game, the Frazee Lady Hornets overcame a sluggish effort to defeat Wadena 53-36 Friday, Jan. 29 at Wadena.
 
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FHS grad living out dreams borne from love of literature


Timothy Shannon is now performing stand up comedy in the Fargo area while penning his autobiography.
In front of a room of expecting eyes, Timothy Shannon takes the stage. Other than a microphone he is only armed with his wit and a hope that the room erupts with laughter.
 
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Specialized fishing rods to be sold in Vergas


Keith Fischer of rural Vergas holds two rods he recently made.
Fishing rods may look similar on a rack in the store, but it’s easy to identify one built by Keith Fischer.
 

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