5 years ago
September 28, 2017
Fall has arrived in full force—Cooler weather has been in the area well before fall arrived Friday. Sept. 22. In the fall, because of changes in the length of daylight and changes in temperature, the leaves stop their food-making process. The chlorophyll breaks down, the green color disappears, and the yellow to orange colors become visible and give the leaves part of their fall splendor.
Several boulders measuring 4-5 feet wide were brought to Lions Park in Frazee Thursday for work that was planned to start Monday, Sept. 25. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Area Fisheries Supervisor Nathan Olson explained staff was on-site earlier in the year showcasing work done by the agency when an employee noticed maintenance was needed on the dam.
Autumn Mahoney learned many skills at Frazee High School that helped her in college. The 2014 graduate earned an academic scholarship and a starting spot on the University of Minnesota Morris’ softball team. The daughter of Tanya and Mike Mahoney shared her love for the game originated on the Hornet fields with coach Dave Trautman.
25 years ago
September 25, 1997
Heritage dancers, polka music, brats, kraut, beer and pretzels on the street are all part of Frazee’s second annual Oktoberfest, set Oct. 4. From 2 p.m.-12 midnight, an outdoor beer garden will be set up on Main Avenue. From 3-6 p.m., an authentic German meal will be served at the VFW for $4. Pork and sauerkraut, hot German potato salad, potatoes, Black Forest cake, spiced apple ring and assorted breads and rolls will be served. The Frazee Community Club, event sponsor, is seeking donation of potatoes for the meal. About 300 pounds are needed. Those with extra potatoes can leave them on the porch at Donna & Roy Ouart’s home at 305 Third Street NW in Frazee. From 4:30-5:30 p.m. a line up of local entertainers will perform at the Baer Building on Main Avenue, followed by the Heritage Dancers from Moorhead State University and then the County Polkateers of Piers, Minn., with their polka music and a waltz contest. Baer Buiding admission is $5.
50 years ago
September 28, 1972
The public is invited to the first Becker County Senior Citizens Hobby and Talent Show which will be held at the National Guard Armory in Detroit Lakes on Friday, October 13, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., No admission will be charged for the show, which includes 4 entertainment programs during afternoon and evening. Citizens over 55 years of age are encouraged to participate by exhibiting crafts, which may be sold by individual exhibitors, if desired.
Effective immediately, there will be no recertifying or taking of applications during sale hours. This will be done in the Food Stamp Office, preferably by appointment. If you cannot keep your appointment, please contact the Food Stamp Offie for a convenient time or other arrangements. Also, those of you who are receiving social security benefits, you will have to report the increase you receive on your next checks. Bring your award letter, a bank deposit slip or your check before you cash it, for verification.