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VERGAS

The restaurateur collaborated with regional artists to create her colorful first cookbook, which was published in November 2021.
Vergas hunter has been applying just four years when she was selected for Minnesota's once-in-a -lifetime elk hunt in Kittson County.
On Friday, Nov. 12, Rep. Michelle Fischbach led the Minnesota House delegation in proposing two bipartisan bills to rename post offices in the 7th District.
The Vergas Trails can be a beautiful sight during the fall months but is something lurking just beyond the trees?

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Lifelong friends Terri Trickle and Sara Watson opened Blackboard in the Minnesota lakes area in late June. The partners both have years of experience in business, and Watson, who also serves as Blackboard's chef, has owned a number of restaurants in the Fargo area. Blackboard offers creative, homemade meals and specialty drinks in a casual, country atmosphere.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — A toddler from Vergas, Minnesota, continues his recovery at a Twin Cities burn unit after falling into a fire pit. Troy Levenhagen is just 20-months old, and the accident happened hours after the fire was extinguished.
Zachary Paige has been working on starting North Circle Seeds for the past year, finally opening last month. He and Meg Perry operate the seed-selling business out of their home in Vergas.
John Hanson purchased Spanky's from the late Chuck Minge and his wife Brenda in 2005.
ST. CLOUD — A Vergas, Minn. man was one of three members of the Minnesota National Guard who died in a helicopter crash shortly after takeoff south of St. Cloud on Thursday, Dec. 5.
VERGAS, Minn. — The pioneers had it bad. Like, really bad.

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FARGO — Summertime means family time. Children are off from school and adults want to get out and take advantage of the precious, beautiful weather.
KILLDEER, N.D. — A 20-year-old Vergas, Minn., native rescued a man who had gotten pinned under the driver’s side door of his semi-truck after a rollover accident near Killdeer on Saturday, May 18.
FARGO--Ila Mae Lou Averson was a baseball fan and a fun-loving person. She built a 40-year career as a secretary for Northern States Power Co., and she was married for more than 50 years.

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