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Turkey Days plans gear up

Turkey Days took top priority at the monthly Frazee Community Club meeting Tuesday, May 6.
 
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New building to offer 1,000 sq. ft. space on Main, renter sought

All In All
The current All In All building will be torn down during the last phase of construction. The new building is set to be built behind the current store’s location. Photo by Barbie Porter
About 1,000 square feet in a new, prime commercial building boasting heavy foot traffic and a door on Frazee’s Main Avenue is up for grabs.
 
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Open house for Toad Lake landmark May 21-25


An open house for viewing the Toad Lake landmark church is set 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. May 21-25. Photo by Barbie Porter
When the Zion Lutheran Church bell rang in Don Wurst’s youth he’d stop what he was doing and count the tolls.
 
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MotherPickers moves west, aims to open June 6


Heidi Brune (left) and Stacy Strehlow are the newest business duo in Frazee. Brune is moving her store MotherPickers into the old bank building and Strehlow will have her Encore boutique in the lower level. Photo by Barbie Porter
Wed
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May
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Big fire

Wed
07
May
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EDA to have furniture building inspected

The Frazee Economic Development Authority (EDA) agreed to have the former Gary’s Furniture building inspected to see if it can be refurbished. 
 
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Senior Sunrise Villa sale makes headway

Frazee City Administrator Jon Smith informed the Frazee Economic Development Authority (EDA) the contract negotiations to sell the Senior Sunrise Villa, a retirement apartment complex near Town Lake, was making headway.
 
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Catastrophe plan to be reviewed by Vergas Council

After two years in the making, the emergency plan for Vergas will be discussed at the Vergas City Council meeting Monday, May 12 at 6:30 p.m.
 
Wed
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Vergas Planning Commission to recommend new ordinance to council

The Vergas Planning Commission agreed to recommend the city council require approaches to be built where new homes are constructed.
 
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EDA on target to sell another Red Willow lot

Another city-owned lot is in the process of being sold in Red Willow Heights, leaving about 15 single-family lots remaining in the newest residential development in Frazee.
 

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