News

Wed
21
Aug
admin's picture

Frazee water rates may become tiered

The city of Frazee will likely see a change to its city services billing after the first of the year.
 
Wed
21
Aug
admin's picture

Survey reveals thoughts of community about Frazee, second survey available

Frazee residents who reside or have a business in the city recently received a second survey to express thoughts about the town.
 
Wed
21
Aug
admin's picture

Don Roforth releases sophomore mystery novel


Don Roforth’s new novel, “Traps of Justice” was recently published, and is available on www.Amazon.com.
Detective Chad Cassidy has caught some unsavory characters preying on the streets of Bullhead City, Ariz.
 
Wed
21
Aug
admin's picture

Frazee gears up for a fun fall lineup

With a successful Turkey Days under its belt, the Frazee Area Community Club (FACC) is gearing up for an exciting fall lineup.
 
Wed
21
Aug
admin's picture

Make-A-Wish Foundation helps bring Frazee native home for family reunion


Braiden Olson recently received a handicap accessible camper from the Make-A-Wish Foundation. He and his family will visit Frazee Labor Day weekend for a family get-together. Submitted photo
The road home is often filled with memories of broken hearts and those who helped heal them. 
 
Wed
21
Aug
admin's picture

Spanky’s prepares food for Public TV series


Josh Hanson, owner of Spanky's Stone Hearth, explained the process of preparing all the ingredients to be used in a marinade for lamb. Interviewing him was Mary Lehammer, a reporter for Twin Cities Public Television. Hanson cut up such ingredients as freshly grown mint, along with other herbs grown on the grounds, plus strawberries, pineapple, cucumbers and other vegetables. Also used was a variety of condiments, with explanations about how each was used. The program pinpoints the use of Minnesota foods, especially the locally grown products. It is sponsored by the Minnesota Farmers Union. Photo by John W. Dermody
Bruce Miller, the director of membership and field services for the Minnesota Farmers Union, was excited about having TV crews filming at Spanky’s Stone Hearth Monday.
 
Wed
21
Aug
admin's picture

Summer visitor pens memoir about buying the Nicaraguan air force in the 1960s


Patricia (Daggett) Martin stands next to her husband Will, who recently released a memoir, “So I Bought an Air Force.” Photo by Barbie Porter
 
Preparing for takeoff from a Mexican airport in late November 1963, Will Martin and his wife Patricia (Daggett) were approached by police.
 
Wed
21
Aug
admin's picture

Alpaca Farm near Vergas a hit with tourists


Andy Torgerson owns Looseends Alpaca Farm with his wife Deb. The unique farm is located 7 miles from Vergas. Photo by Barbie Porter
Seven miles outside of Vergas alpacas roam, romp and turn heads of those that drive by on U.S. Highway 59.
 
Wed
21
Aug
admin's picture

Frazee girls invited to join swim, dive teams

Girls in grades 7-12 attending Frazee High School now have the opportunity to participate in swimming or diving.
 
Since the school joined a co-op with Perham, the option is available to all girls.
Wed
14
Aug
admin's picture

Vergas Looney Daze winners


The Rev. Anthony Cloose, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Evergreen, held his dachshund Frank, 15. With him was Isaac Kuethere, Detroit Lakes, who once owned Frank. Both were wiener dog aficionados and were in Vergas to watch the national races that attracted dozens of the low wheelbase animals to the track at the ballpark. Photo by John W. Dermody
Parade: Best themed, Angie's Grooming; Overall, 1. Lakes Country Garden; 2. Vergas State Bank.
 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - News