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Vergas Mayor Dean Haarstick and councilmen Scott Goodman and Paul Pinke participated in the ribbon cutting event at the remodeled municipal building Saturday, May 18. Photo by Jill Hoffman
Three wolves running in snow taken in Yellowstone National Park in the wild are just one of the many numerous photos on his website: naturesmartimages.com.
When Stan Tekiela holds a conversation with the media, it is likely to be far ranging in subject matter, whether he is interviewed by a print publication or is live on the radio.
Frazee City Administrator Jon Smith recently announced the Minnesota Design Team (MDT) has accepted the city’s application and will be visiting in the fall.
At 3:38 p.m. Tuesday, May 14, electricity went out for those receiving power from the Frazee substation.
Frazee Area Community Club (FACC) is gearing up for a busy summer which will include hosting a dinner for the Jim Klobuchar bike ride, the $52 ticket dinner, Turkey Days and an August corn feed.
The parking lot behind Billy’s Corner Bar and Grill on Main Street in Vergas will have a fresh new look soon enough.
Sales will open June 1 for the community-wide rummage sale that covers Frazee, Vergas and surrounding areas.
Twice a year in Frazee, Vergas and surrounding communities, more than 40 shops open for at least one day.
This year the big shopping day known as the community-wide rummage sale and crazy daze is set for Saturday, June 1.
Rural Frazee resident Darby Nundahl was recently appointed as an aquatic invasive species enforcement deputy for Becker County.
Rural Frazee resident Darby Nundahl was recently named Becker County’s aquatic invasive species (AIS) enforcement deputy by Becker County Sheriff Kelly Shannon.
Frazee Rescue Vice President Rick Billett (left) hands Marvin Anderson, president, a $5,000 check given to the squad by an anonymous donor.
The Frazee Rescue squad recently received a handsome reward for their hard work. An anonymous donor presented Rick Billett, the squads vice president, with a $5,000 check.
Frazee High School senior Skylar Hoehne was one of 12 driving a tractor to school Wednesday morning. Photo by Sheila Ziegler
A dozen tractors in the Frazee High School parking lot turned heads Wednesday.
Horses tied to the big log in R.L. Frazee Park brought smiles Thursday.
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