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18
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The way I see it: An open apology letter to the Frazee mayor

I feel the need to apologize to Frazee Mayor Hank Ludtke. 
 
Wed
18
Sep
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Around the Bend: Bend a little to make room for others

Wed
18
Sep
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Just a Derm Minute: Public survey: Be specific, professional, not bureaucratic and vague

Recently, there was an article in this publication about a survey conducted in the community … sort of … by the city government. 
 
Wed
18
Sep
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Cally’s Corner: What the world needs

I saw two pictures on Facebook the other day and one said, “The world needs a little more Mayberry and a lot less Honey Boo Boo.” The other one said, “The world needs a little more Phil & Kay and a lot less Kim & Kenye.”
Wed
18
Sep
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History of Frazee – Jan.-Oct. 1900

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18
Sep
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Ripples of Hope: Potential


Laurie and her husband, Dean, live in Frazee with their dog, Reba. Laurie’s passions are family time, ministry and music. She is a Synodically Authorized Minister serving Waters of Grace Lutheran and the community of Frazee, an accomplished pianist, and also loves to dabble with acoustic guitar. Other hobbies include writing, gardening, cooking, canning, and anything that brings her outdoors in and among God’s beautiful creation.
Wed
11
Sep
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Letter: Lost iPad brings faith in people

To the Editor:
 
Wed
11
Sep
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Just a Derm Minute: Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria … where next, Mr. Obama?

Aren’t you tired of the debate about Syria? 
 
I am. 
 
Many others are fed up, too, but President Barack Obama seems determined to involve the United States in another war.
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11
Sep
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Cally’s Corner: WMSTR – it’s about the people


Liz, Alistair (Chuck) and Bethan Morris visited America from Scarborough, England.
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11
Sep
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Ripples of Hope: Living water

My time with God each day is never without a grateful heart … for there are so many things in life to be grateful for … all the time. 
 

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