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Frazee Fire Dept. names Ueke as chief


Regi Ueke showed his son Brayden, 2, the fire department garage. Ueke was recently named fire chief of the Frazee Fire Department. Photo by Barbie Porter
After serving 22 years on the Frazee Fire Department, Regi Ueke was nominated to be the next fire chief by his peers.
 
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Vergas Council names Osman as manager

Pelican Rapids resident Tasha Osman was named the Vergas City Municipal Liquor Store manager and deputy clerk at a special council meeting Monday, Dec. 16.
 
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A successful fundraising year for Vergas Community Club


Vergas Community Club had a good year for fundraising, (from left) Carol Sharp, Sherri Hanson, Lisa Kaldahl and Kim Doyle.
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Frazee City Administrator earns master’s


Frazee City Administrator Jonathon Smith recently earned his master’s degree in public administration. Photo by Barbie Porter
The past few weeks the same question seems to follow Frazee City Administrator Jonathan Smith.
 
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Review: Kargs perform lively concert


Kathryn (Knuttila) and husband Andy Karg performed to about 200 listeners Sunday at the Holmes Theatre. Photo by John Dermody
“Nice” might not seem like a comprehensive summation of a music concert. But “A Very Merry Christmas” seemed to fit a low-key, casual  approach to a pleasant concert for area fans.
 
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Snowplow parade deemed a success

Another snowplow parade considered a success, albeit a cold one, leaves the Frazee Area Community Club hoping this marks a new winter tradition to pencil in for years to come.
 
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Township filings open Dec. 31

Local township residents have the opportunity to run for office and serve, either as a clerk or supervisor.
 
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Dismiss 19 charges in Vergas horse abuse case

The owners of six horses found dead near Vergas in February and who were each charged with 21 counts of mistreating animals were sentenced Dec. 9.
 
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After seven years as fire chief, Thon steps down


Paul Thon, Frazee, recently announced he will step down as fire chief from the Frazee Fire Department. Photo by Barbie Porter
After seven years as Frazee’s fire chief, Paul Thon has stepped down.
 
“I’m still a part of the fire department, I just felt it was time,” said the 23-year fireman veteran.
 
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Curley’s expands, ready to accommodate parties


Curley’s on Cotton Lake offers food and liquor, both on-sale and off-sale.

The owners of Curley’s on Cotton Lake, Rich Curley (left) and Cari Hough, are accepting holiday party reservations. The restaurant and bar expanded its building to accommodate large parties. Photo by Barbie Porter
For 20 years Curley’s on Cotton Lake has been a hideaway, a gem for anglers and locals looking for a hearty burger and a relaxed atmosphere.
 

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