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Frazee comp plan to target goals for next 15 years

During the Frazee Comprehensive Planning committee meeting Tuesday, June 26, input gleaned from a recent public meeting was reviewed.
 
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Stop sign considered where three streets meet

A new stop sign or two may be installed in Frazee near the intersection by the city’s only box store.
 
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Frazee firefighters to serve up a secret Sunday


The Frazee Fire Department Relief Association purchased multi functional Res-Q-Jacks to secure, lift and stabilize vehicles. The item purchase was made possible because of funds raised at the 2018 annual auction.
The Frazee Fire Department has a secret.
 
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Jutz earns two awards at Miss Minnesota prelims, scholarship tally grows to $10,000


Hailey Jutz recently returned from the Miss Minnesota pageant with two awards.
Hailey Jutz recently competed in her third Miss Minnesota pageant and returned with a scholarship.
 
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Frazee EDA eager for opportunity to help VFW expansion, remodel


The Frazee VFW had JH Signs install a new sign on its building Wednesday, May 23.
The Frazee VFW discussed a possible loan with the Frazee Economic Development Authority (EDA) at its monthly meeting Tuesday, June 26. 
 
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Frazee resident prepares for European tour with band


Catherine Jaroszewski received her first professional alto saxophone as a Christmas gift from her parents when she was a freshman in high school. She recently received the Louis Armstrong Jazz Award and the John Philip Sousa Award, both of which were given by her peers.
Catherine Jaroszewski just graduated high school. Before she heads to college in the fall the young musician is embarking on her first European tour.
 
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Memories rise from the land in Osage


The Aho family farm will be named a Century Farm at the Becker County Fair and the Minnesota State Fair this year. Pictured are (from left) Rebecca Aho, Andy Aho, Jerry Aho and Cindy Aho.
The Aho family in Osage will be recognized as having a Century Farm at the Becker County Fair as well as the Minnesota State Fair. 
 
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Seek volunteers during Turkey Days

With Turkey Days fast approaching the Frazee Area Community Club has volunteer opportunities available.
 
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Family helps Wymer Lake resident achieve once-in-a- lifetime goal


The Laux family offered the support and encouragement needed to help Lindsey succeed in her first triathlon. Pictured are (front, from left) Isabella, Addyson, Hayden, (back) Ryan and Lindsey.
Lindsey Laux accomplished a lifetime goal when she crossed the finish line of her first half triathlon. 
 
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Of the 50 plus lakes in Frazee and Vergas area, six are infested waters


Curly-leaf pondweed, a rooted, submersed aquatic plant, grows from the shore to depths of 15 feet. It varies in color from green to brown. The leaves resemble a lasagna noodle with serrated edges that are about ½ inch wide and up to 3-inches long. The leaves are alternate on the stem. The flower stalk grows above the water surface, typically in June. It is about one-inch tall. Curly-leaf pondweed was likely introduced when common carp were intentionally introduced into Midwest waters as a game fish in the 1880s. The species was likely spread through the movement of watercraft and water-related equipment. It was first noted in Minnesota around 1910.

Flowering rush, a reed-like wetland plant, has pink flowers. The dark leaves extend from the root and the leaves have traingle-shaped sections. Three pink petals shaped like an unbrella create the flowers that bloom in June through early fall. The perennial plant grows up to 4-feet high along shores in shallow water. In deeper water, it can grow in a submerged form, but there it does not have flowers. Flowering rush was first confirmed in Minnesota in 1968.

Zebra mussels are defined by its striped D-shaped shell and small size (¼-½ inch in length). The mussel attaches to hard surfaces underwater and feeds on algae. A female may produce up to 500,000 eggs a year that become microscopic larvae floating in the water. They were first discovered in the Great Lakes in 1988 and were first confirmed in the Duluth/Superior Harbor in 1989. Adult mussels can survive out of water for about five days in dry conditions, but up to 21 in wet ones, such as inside a dock or lift pipe.
Of the 50 plus lakes in the newspaper coverage area (the Frazee-Vergas School District) only six are identified as infested waters by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
 

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