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Wed
28
May
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History of Frazee – Bethlehem Church

Wed
21
May
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Time to enjoy small things


Bloodroot is found growing in moist to dry woods and thickets, often on flood plains and near shores or streams on slopes. Deer will feed on the plants in early spring. Bloodroot is one of many plants whose seeds are spread by ants. Bloodroot is a popular red natural dye used by Native American artists, especially among southeastern rivercane basketmakers. The blood of the root (when cut open) was used as a dye. Photo by Gale Kaas
Sometimes we forget to take the time to enjoy some of the small things.
 
This past weekend, I enjoyed just visiting with all the Shell Lake Resort summer residents and catching up after the long, long winter.
Wed
21
May
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A box-store comedy

This was too funny not to share, but first I feel it is important to clearly state the employees were professional and respectful throughout the entire calamity.
 
Wed
21
May
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Letter: True cost of war is very high

Dear Editor,
 
Wed
21
May
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Spring has sprung, warm weather welcome


Fifth grade friends at track and field day: (from left) Katelyn Mack, Cortney Birky, McKenna O'Brien, CallaBelle Nundahl, Kendra Ovsak, Paige Halverson and Madison Starry.
Saturday morning I could finally sit out in my rocking chair on the porch with a cup of coffee and enjoy the beautiful sounds of nature surrounding me.
 
Wed
21
May
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Rolling the dice for growth: ‘Snake eyes’ or hit the jackpot?

Wed
21
May
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Tim & Faith


June 11 Tim and Faith appeared with seven sweet little babies!
Wed
21
May
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History of Frazee – Wilhelm & Elsie (Fiedler) Bockhaus

Wed
21
May
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Memorial Day

Lowell Watson
Lowell Watson, North Port, Fla., is a 1961 graduate of Frazee High School. He married Holly Willprecht, a 1963 graduate of FHS. Lowell wrote “Grandma's Trunk,” a story of hime growing up in Frazee and “O to See A Starry Night,” a collection of his poems, prose and photographs.
Markers, tall, standing.
All in lines straight.
Presenting heroes slain.
Who Cries?
Mother.
Father.
Spouse.
Sons and daughters.
Wed
14
May
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Lake season start ‘fun’


Delair Kaas (right) took a tumble into the cool winterkill-infested waters at Shell Lake Friday evening while putting the docks in. The evening of "if something could go wrong it did" continued. Photo by Gale Kaas
I’ve been running like a chicken with its head cut off getting everything settled at the cabin.
 

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