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All In All purchases properties for future expansion


All In All convenience store owners David and Kathy Carter recently inked a deal to purchase the old pawn shop and bakery on Frazee’s Main Avenue with hopes for future expansion. Photo by Gale Kaas
Frazee’s sole gas station may expand.
 
Friday, Dec. 5 the sale of two Main Avenue buildings was confirmed by All In All owner David Carter.
 
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Rick Kyte publishes book of essays on ethics


Rick Kyte, a 1980 graduate of Frazee High School, has published a book, a collection of columns written for the LaCrosse Tribune titled “Ideas Unite, Issues Divide.”
Rick Kyte has had an interesting journey after leaving for the world of academia. He earned a BA degree at Hamline University and then a master’s and doctorate from Johns Hopkins University.
 
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Finalists named for Vergas liquor store manager, deputy clerk

Twenty three applicants threw their hats into the ring for the Vergas Municipal Liquor Store manager and deputy clerk position.
 
Of the 23, the field was narrowed to six candidates:
 
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Highway 10 underpass: A big challenge, quickly finished


The new trail underpass on U.S. Hwy. 10. Photo by Roger Boe
Is it called a tunnel or an underpass?
 
Perhaps all of the above and one could throw in the term “box culvert” as well.
 
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EDA seeking new members, apply at Frazee City Hall

The Frazee Economic Develop­ment Authority (EDA) may struggle to have a quorum if new members aren’t appointed soon.
 
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Bethlehem Lutheran sends mission group to Guatemala


Women from Bethlehem Lutheran recently traveled to Guatemala on a mission, working with poor residents do not have adequate nutrition and need better housing. Local persons who are pictued above as ingredients were prepared for for stew included, from left: Katelynn Weets, Sharon Mueller, a Guatamalan, Lynn Weets, Eileen Klug, a visitor from New York, Barb Olson, and Renee Larson, who was cutting carrots. The Frazee contingent also washed corn husks to make tamales and prepared cabbage and potatoes to go with the carrots. Among many other tasks, they also planted 4,500 broccoli plants.
A church mission has goals before a trip is made but afterward responses are likely to indicate that unexpected – and wonderful — things occurred.
 
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Frazee housing study shows need for apartments

• by Barbie Porter
 
“Very few occupancies exist in Frazee rental units,” a recent study conducted by the University of Minnesota stated. 
 
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Orders pour in for new horse head wreath

Marsha Wurst
Rural Frazee resident Marsha Wurst holds one of the popular horse head wreaths, which she just started making this year. Photo by Barbie Porter
The fresh scent of wreaths is a good signifier the holiday spirit has arrived. And rural Frazee resident Marsha Wurst has put a new twist on a holiday tradition.
 
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Shawn Day resigns from Vergas City Council

Shawn Day
Vergas Councilman Shawn Day resigned from the council Monday night.
Vergas Councilman Shawn Day resigned from his seat at the monthly meeting Monday, Dec. 2.
 
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Entertainment, shopping deals highlight Frazee Snowplow Parade


Frazee’s snowplow parade boasted more than 80 plows last year.
The snow fell just in time for area snowplows to get the plows primed for the second annual Snowplow Parade in Frazee Saturday, Dec. 7.
 

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