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Fall Fest set Saturday, more than 20 city-wide rummage sales

Wed
11
Sep
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Frazee Council sends ‘junk’ letters, sets preliminary budget


Presenting a shirt to Mayor Hank Ludtke at Monday's Frazee Council meeting was Ray Vlasak, president of the Laurentian Chapter of the North Country Trail Association. Over the year, the mayor has chalked up more than 400 volunteer hours working with other members on behalf of the trail north of this community. Photo by John W. Dermody
The Frazee City Council continues to have to deal with junk and other collections of debris and, on Tuesday, letters were to be sent out to violators of the city’s nuisance ordinance.
 
Wed
11
Sep
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Vandalism: An ongoing, aggravating occurrence

Vandalism has not been an extremely large problem in Frazee, but there have been some incidents that are annoying and time consuming for police officers and public officials.
 
Wed
11
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Maple Avenue firearms dealer gets nod from Frazee Planning Commission to open

A private firearms dealer received the approving nod of Frazee’s Planning Commission to conduct business in Frazee out of a home at 103 East Maple Avenue.
 
Wed
11
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Orderly annexation hits rocky reception on Townline Road, Candor confusion set to rest

Vergas’ orderly annexation plan has met some resistance from a Hobart Township landowner that has property abutting Townline Road.
 
Wed
11
Sep
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Despite competitior, Vergas municipal store reports profit

The Vergas Liquor Store is doing well despite the new liquor store in the far outskirts.
 
Wed
11
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Water system maintenance not cheap, new filter costs $25,845

Vergas Utilities Supt. Mike DuFrane informed the council the filter media in the water treatment plant was past its life expectancy and needed to be replaced.
 
Wed
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Tribes, hungry hippos, Victoria Falls jumpers make for memorable vacation


Snellman residents Deb and Al Newman recently returned from a trip to the Serengeti Plains in Africa.

Deb Newman recently went to Africa and enjoyed interacting with a giraffe that visited during supper time.
Sitting on horseback in the African Serengeti plains, Deb and Al Newman were charged by an elephant.
 
Deb’s horse reared and ran, but Al’s equine stayed by the side of the Snellman couple’s African tour guide.
Wed
11
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Vergas Council wrestles with proposed property tax increase

Property owners in Vergas were facing a proposed 18 percent property tax levy increase Wednesday, Sept. 4 at the Vergas City Council meeting.
 
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11
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Free dinner at Frazee Event Center Friday, 6-7 p.m.


Area residents are asked to weigh in on the future of Frazee.
Frazee residents and those in surrounding communities will be treated to a free dinner and will have an opportunity to speak their minds Friday, Sept. 13.
 

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