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Frazee to pay $2,500 for study or face lower bond rating

The city of Frazee may have to spend about $2,500 on a special audit of the fire department or risk a potential increase in future bond interest rates.
 
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School committee reviews possible purchases for 2017

The buildings and grounds committee for the Frazee-Vergas School District met Thursday, June 2 to discuss its capital outlay plan for the upcoming fiscal year.
 
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Trowbridge Creek Zoo opens in Vergas


Trowbridge Creek Zoo owner Dusty Ebersviller (right) hands 8-year-old Dylan Guck of Perham an African crested porcupine quill as his mom Justine Guck (from left), and brother Easton Guck, 3, watch along with family friends Reegan Long, 6, Regina Long and Cody Long, 2, all of Perham.

Children lined up to watch the camel at Trowbridge Creek Zoo.
A zebra munched on grass while ostriches walked toward wide-eyed kids standing on the other side of an 8-foot fence. 
 
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Huge rummage event this weekend in Frazee, almost 50 sales listed

The Frazee area city-wide rummage sale offers 47 locations offering a variety of gently-used items.
 
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Assailant at large, stabbing victim mum


After police secured the area after the stabbing incident June 2 , downtown visitors watched paramedics treat the stabbing victim until St. Mary’s EMS arrived.
A rare occurrence in the city of Frazee, shocked the town as a man was stabbed downtown Thursday, June 2.
 
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Sophia’s Cancer Stompers raising money to stomp out cancer


Sophia Strand is excited to raise money for cancer research Saturday, June 11 at the city-wide rummage sales at the Frazee Event Center parking lot. She will also raise money at Relay for Life Friday, June 17 at 6 p.m. at the Detroit Lakes Pavilion.
A little girl with a big heart has big goals to raise as much money as possible to help people who have cancer and also help find a cure.
 
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Online school provides rural Frazee family with opportunities


Jamie and Mike Johnson allow their children (from left) Carter, Claire, Reed and Parker to attend school online.
Jamie and Mike Johnson wanted to challenge their children academically and provide them with individual instruction. The avenue they found was online schooling. 
 
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Forest Edge Gallery features new artists, Wednesday event for women

Forest Edge Gallery is now open for the season. The gallery will be open daily 11 a.m.-5 p.m. through Labor Day and then only Saturdays and Sundays through Dec. 18, or by appointment.
 
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Area ‘Arrow’ Scouts to help beautify Frazee

The Frazee Area Community Club (FACC) met at the Neighbor to Neighbor building May 19 for its monthly meeting. 
 
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‘I’ve never shook so many hands in my life’


Gene Bartel recently returned from participating in an Honor Flight to Washington D.C. The all-expense paid trip included souvenirs of a jacket, hat and T-shirt.
Gene Bartel served his country in the Air Force at the end of the Korean War. Recently his country served him.
 

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