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Drivers can cruise 35 to Krause’s

It’s a common affliction: Your grip tightens on the steering wheel and your right foot is cocked back in wait for sudden propulsion toward the floorboards.

Posted 9/15/10 (Wed) read more »

Hardship teaches Hazen couple life lessons

After a career as an industrial education teacher in Minnesota, Dick Heard, Hazen, is accustomed to teaching lessons to students.

Posted 9/08/10 (Wed) read more »

Harvest Fest this weekend

Down for some fun this weekend? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Hazen’s 2010 Harvest Fest will run from Thursday through Sunday.

Posted 9/08/10 (Wed) read more »

Hazen to honor the 1st Sgt. and Green Thumb

Like many Hazen Harvest Fest parade grand marshals of years past, Delmar and Carole Schramm didn’t immediately leap at the opportunity to be named royalty for the 2010 Harvest Fest celebration. But Delmar sees it as giving back to the community.

Posted 9/01/10 (Wed) read more »

Budget set for approval

After a swift and efficient pair of budget meetings, the Hazen City Commission is all set to approve their 2011 budget.

Posted 9/01/10 (Wed) read more »

Rescuers go ‘far beyond the call of duty’

The story of Tuesday, Aug. 17 ends in heartbreak. On that day, 30-year-old Pete Jensen of Hazen lost his life after the boat in which he was riding was overturned in choppy lake conditions. But in the midst of turmoil, the ever-strong human spirit shone through.

Posted 8/25/10 (Wed) read more »

Conrad applauds efforts to combat drugs

Sen. Kent Conrad looked leaders of the Mercer-McLean County Narcotics Task Force in the eye. Is the Recovery Act funding meant to curb drug use in Mercer and McLean counties being put to good use?

Posted 8/25/10 (Wed) read more »

Sen. Dorgan honored in Hazen for service

With a jar of homemade dill pickles and a blue hand-knitted shawl in hand, Sen. Byron Dorgan exited Hazen City Hall last Wednesday with Dist. 33’s words of praise still ringing in his ears.

Posted 8/18/10 (Wed) read more »

School ready for students’ return after busy summer

Parents spend a lot of money helping their children get ready for the new school year. This year, the Hazen School District did, too.

Posted 8/18/10 (Wed) read more »

Crops taken off and taking off across the state

The current stretch of hot weather may have most people in Beulah huddling by their air conditioners, but it has proven a double blessing for farmers. Dry weather has allowed the harvest of small grains to move fairly quickly while the heat has pushed row crops to maturity.

Posted 8/11/10 (Wed) read more »