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So Ike Says: History of Frazee – The years 1882-1884

 Sept. 2, 1882. Charles Campbell and T.W. Chilton opened their new store at Frazee City last Monday. They have a fine new building, new goods and we bespeak for the new firm of Campbell and Chilton a liberal patronage.

Wed
08
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Gale Force Winds: In support of moms


Editor Gale Kaas with her mom Doris Berstler.

 The world would be nowhere without moms.

 That said, dads, don’t get yourself in a dander, Father’s Day is coming soon enough.

 When I grew up, moms seemed to be more nurturing while dads got stuck with the discipline.

Wed
08
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Around the Bend: Let the varmint attacks begin ... with the bat


Daneele and her husband Jay Shipman live in rural Frazee with their children Carter and Cassidy. Daneele is originally from the Chicago area, but has lived in Frazee for over 20 years. Daneele enjoys reading, quilting, knitting and gardening. She is a freelance writer for the Frazee-Vergas Forum and a Frazee Area Community Club director.

 For those of us brave enough to live in the wild outback of rural northern Minnesota, there are many perilous vermin that can attack at any given moment.

Wed
08
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Just a Derm Minute: Metrodome unwisely crushed, let’s get our own


A freelance writer and photographer, John Dermody has been a resident of Frazee for more than 20 years. His interests include books, politics, education, music, sports and working to improve the community.

 People make all kinds of mistakes. Many are accidental. A few are intentional actions but the perpetrators probably don’t think far enough ahead to envision adverse consequences.

Wed
08
May
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So Ike Says: History of Frazee – 1879-1882


Albert (Ike) Fischer was born June 12, 1921, in Frazee where he grew up and attended school. After serving in the U.S. Army during World War II he returned to the family farm near Frazee. He married Larene Haas. Their daughter Lori and son-in-law Don Thorp, Frazee, have two sons, Martin and Roger, and now live on the family farm while Ike and Larene reside in town.

 1879: Tim Chilton moved to a 400-acre farm. During the years he lived there, he was a logger, a sawmill operator, a carpenter and a general storekeeper with Charles Campbell and E.F. Gummer.

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01
May
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Cally’s Corner: Ice fishing in May?


Tucker Nundahl ice fishing on Cotton Lake with almost 3 feet of ice April 28.

 This weekend finally brought some sunny weather and was a good time to clean up the yard, except there is still 6 inches to a foot left of snow on the ground.

Wed
01
May
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Just a Derm Minute: Fishing opener: Ice won’t just be in coolers


A freelance writer and photographer, John Dermody has been a resident of Frazee for more than 20 years. His interests include books, politics, education, music, sports and working to improve the community.

 Here’s the mystery question for nine days from now: “Will avid anglers launch boats in their quest for walleyes, or will they simply haul ice augers to lakes and forget the idea of trolling?”

 Let’s hope the lakes are open … soon.

Wed
01
May
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Letter: Proposed tax hikes would affect us all


Rep. Bud Nornes, R- Fergus Falls

 We have spent many hours on the House floor recently, discussing various bills authored by the Democrat majority that would comprise our state’s spending – and taxing – for the next two years.

Wed
01
May
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Letter: Barbershop singers say thanks

 Our Heart O’ Lakes Harmony Men’s Barbershop Chorus recently presented our spring show “The Cotton Club” at the Kennedy Auditorium in Fergus Falls and at the Historic Holmes Theater in Detroit Lakes.

Wed
01
May
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So Ike Says: History of Frazee – The year 1879


Albert (Ike) Fischer was born June 12, 1921, in Frazee where he grew up and attended school. After serving in the U.S. Army during World War II he returned to the family farm near Frazee. He married Larene Haas. Their daughter Lori and son-in-law Don Thorp, Frazee, have two sons, Martin and Roger, and now live on the family farm while Ike and Larene reside in town.

 The editor of the Detroit Weekly Record visited Frazee to see how the residents celebrated Christmas and reported the following.

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