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6 vie for Miss Frazee, 4 for teen title, to be crowned July 30

The 2016 Miss Frazee and Miss Frazee’s Outstanding Teen will be crowned Saturday, July 30 during the 62nd annual Turkey Days.
 
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Sunshine playground built with donations honoring April Stenger


Family and friends of the late April Stenger honored her memory as the Sunshine Playground at Early Explorers Daycare Center in Moorhead was unveiled. The equipment was purchased through donations. Pictured are Chris Stenger, Kara Stenger, Isla Stenger, Tami Bigger, Rylan Mills, Hannah Bigger, Blake Bigger, Hailey Bigger, Sue Stenger, Tim Stenger, Cora Lovich, Jessie Lovich, Tim Lovich and Brant Bigger.
April Stenger was a magnet, drawing youngsters to her even when she was young. 
 
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Beer to flow at demo derby

After word got out the demo derby during Turkey Days might be a dry event, confusion over who was hosting the beer garden kicked up more dust.
 
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Gravel pit rep responds, offers input on Vergas mining ordinance

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Frazee street project likely to be delayed until next year

The Frazee street project for the southeast area and a portion of West Main Avenue will likely be delayed until next year.
 
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Turkey Days calendar changes made

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Vergas to hire 2nd full-time public works employee

The city of Vergas will soon advertise for a second full-time public utilities worker. 
 
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No beer at the demo derby?

The Frazee VFW brought in a last minute request Monday, July 11 for a street closure and temporary on-sale liquor license for Turkey Days.
 
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Federal officer visits Frazee liquor store

A federal officer showed up at the Frazee Municipal Liquor Store June 16 and showed a badge to the liquor store manager, Tanya Mastin.
 
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Vergas Council deal brings $50,000 to city coffers

The Vergas City Council made the city $50,000 during its monthly meeting Tuesday, July 5.
 
Prior to the monthly meeting a public hearing was called to learn about a conduit revenue bond opportunity.

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