A Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officer explained to several people that Ketter’s Meat Market was temporarily closed due to an ongoing investigation regarding the sale of turtle meat Monday, June 29. Barbie Porter photo
Several unmarked pickups pulled on to Main Avenue in Frazee and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officers stepped out and went into Ketter’s Meat Market Monday afternoon, June 29. Barbie Porter photo
Don & Diane Trieglaff donated plaques June 20 to honor fallen soldiers who graduated from Frazee High School and posed with VFW members (kneeling) Jimmy Krejce, (from left) Beth Belflower, Diane & Don Trieglaff, Darby Nundahl, Jimmy Johnso
Roger Boe (from left) offered the All School Reunion organizers the use of his plant shelter, which is located next to his Main Avenue business the BackYard Station. Event organizers Rodger Palmer, Jan Lindsley and Diane Mistelske are part of the crew organizing the reunion. Barbie Porter photo
Frazee High School graduates will be happy to know its headquarters will be set up on Main Avenue, brimming with information, a few historical items to reminisce about and a space to sit for a chat.