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Boy Scouts to host pancake feed March 8

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Boy Scouts (from left) Tucker Nundahl, Taylor Armstrong, Ryan Tollefson and Jacob Lormis invite the community to two events: Sunday, March 8 - Pancake & Ketter's sausage breakfast at VFW from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and the Frazee Sportsman’s Club raffle & chili feed Saturday, March 14 at 6 p.m. at the Frazee Event Center. Paul Swenson photo
Assist with Sportsman’s Club chili feed March 14
 
 
 
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Local couple dedicates support project to son

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Amy (left) and Sean Degerstrom cuddle with their son Benton.
Benton Degerstrom was named after a constable on the Canadian crime drama, Due South. He never took a single step or spoke a single word, but during his 25 days on earth he gave his parents the tools to help others who feel helpless.
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Gjerde benefit March 28, seek silent auction items


A benefit is set for Saturday, March 28 to help Laurie Gjerde, a Frazee High School graduate who was diagnosed with cancer.
In her hour of need, Laurie Gjerde is finding out she has people she can count on that she had no idea were there for her.
 
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At-risk youth takes flight


Emily Hart will graduate from the Detroit Lakes Alternative Learning Center in May, earning her high school diploma with several college credit classes under her belt before moving to Arizona to attend Grand Canyon University. Barbie Porter photo
One may be hard-pressed to find someone who didn’t know a teen that was considered to be living on the edge. 
 
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Crime spree hits lakes area, social media helps return stolen property


The Bauers posted a message on Facebook regarding their stolen ATV. The post eventually led to its return.
A crime spree that started early last week made its way from Detroit Lakes to Frazee and on to the Cotton Lake area. 
 
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School forest land swap put on the table

A proposal for a land swap recently came across the desk of Frazee-Vergas School Superintendent Terry Karger.
 
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Vergas water, sewer rates to increase indefinitely

The Vergas Council approved an indefinite rate increase for both sewer and water at its monthly meeting Monday, Feb. 9.
 
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Darville located, council looks into recovery options

The whereabouts of Sunny Darville, a past Vergas Liquor Store manager who was found guilty of stealing more than $50,000, is no longer a mystery.
 
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Vergas residents tell of romance the way it used to be


Vergas Assisted Living resident Virginia Rice remembers a Storybook Doll her dad gave her one Valentine’s Day.
The way romance is supposed to be is a very varied thing. 
 
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City of Frazee continues pursuit of asbestos clean-up costs

The city of Frazee handed over the task of recouping a $169,912 asbestos clean-up bill and possible $10,000 fine to Coleman Law Firm of Minneapolis in November 2014.
 

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