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Vergas approves new gravel, sewer rate fee schedules

The Vergas City Council approved its updated fee schedule and extended its permit application deadline for the city’s sole operating gravel excavation company at a special meeting Tuesday, Feb. 28.
 
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Opportunity to have name on Vergas’ newest tourist attraction ends April 15

The opportunity to have a family or business name at what will be Vergas’ newest tourist attraction is fleeting.
 
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Frazee EDA makes long-term lease offer for Mahube-Otwa building rental

The Frazee Economic Development Authority made a long term contract offer for Mahube-Otwa, which is renting a Main Avenue building and is seeking a long term lease.
 
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Free baked potato bar at community-orientated social gathering March 16


Members of the Frazee Area Community Club are one of several organizations that tend to Main Avenue to keep it presentable and weed-free during tourist season.
The Frazee Area Community Club is cooking up good eats and is offering a hearty, free helping during its annual meet and greet Thursday, March 16 at the Frazee Event Center.
 
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Tons of prizes await at the Sportman's event March 11, raffle tickets available


Frazee Sportsman’s Club members Ashley Renollet and Heather Perrine are two familiar faces volunteering at club events throughout the year.
For those who attend the Frazee Sportsman’s Club’s event at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 11 at the Frazee Event Center, there is a good chance of going home with a prize.
 
Tue
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PTO returns to Frazee schools, search for eggs, ideas and volunteers begins


Frazee-Vergas Parent Teacher Organization members include (from left): Kayla Simon, Markay Larson and JerriAnne Burton.
The Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is up and running again in the Frazee-Vergas School District, and they are searching for plastic eggs.
 
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Frazee parks may get $10,000

The city of Frazee parks and recreation committee is hopeful that starting in 2018 there will be a $10,000 budget for improvements to public areas. 
 
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Tamarac Refuge considers changes to hunting rules

Hunting opportunities at the Tamarac Wildlife Refuge may change in coming years, as a new plan is in the works.
 
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Big changes on the horizon for Head Start in Frazee, little Hornets to benefit


Mahube-Otwa Director Liz Kuoppala (left) and Head Start director Margaret Aho are two of many who helped secure grant funding and the vision of Frazee’s Head Start service expansion.
The Head Start program in Frazee is looking to expand after receiving a grant from its federal offices. 
 
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School board begins referendum discussions

The Frazee-Vergas School Board has begun discussions on whether or not a voter-approved referendum will be sought in November.
 

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