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Artists bringing new talents to 2010 Great Plains Culture Fest

There will be the new addition of some ancient crafts to the 2010 Northern Great Plains Culture Fest July 24-25 at Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site.

Posted 7/14/10 (Wed) read more »

2010 All-Class Reunion ‘above and beyond a success’

Hazen might be ready for a stoplight, remarked one young woman to Hazen Alumni Association Chairperson Barb Finneman.

Posted 7/14/10 (Wed) read more »

Alum takes the stage at Hazen All-Class Reunion

Hazen fifth-grader Jeb Reinhiller wanted to pound on the drums. But everyone played the drums, his mother, Josie, said. Why didn’t he try something else, like the violin?

Posted 7/07/10 (Wed) read more »

Chance checkup saves a life

It was October 2009: Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Posted 7/07/10 (Wed) read more »

Hazen alums returning home next Thursday through Sunday

Prepare yourself for a weekend of sweet, sweet nostalgia. Droves of Hazen school alums will be back home for the Hazen All-Class Reunion scheduled for Thursday, July 8 through Sunday, July 11.

Posted 6/30/10 (Wed) read more »

Another successful fair come and gone

Mercer County has seen another successful kickoff of high summer with mini doughnuts, music, livestock shows, rodeos and even some old fashioned ‘rassling.’

Posted 6/30/10 (Wed) read more »

Mercer County Regional Airport Fly-In Saturday

The annual Mercer County Regional Airport Fly-In will be Saturday at the Mercer County Regional Airport near Hazen.

Posted 6/23/10 (Wed) read more »

Students make potentially rare find at KRIV

Knife River Indian Villages staff are abuzz with excitement. And if tests confirm what is believed to be true, that excitement is well justified.

Posted 6/23/10 (Wed) read more »

‘Anything Goes’ on June 24-26

Directing a play is much more challenging from a wheelchair. Steve Behrens, director of Sakakawea South Shore Community Theater’s 2010 production of “Anything Goes,” discovered this while directing last year’s summer theater production while he and his wife were recovering from a severe car accident.

Posted 6/16/10 (Wed) read more »

County voter turnout proves to be ‘very good’

The official 2010 Primary election results are in. Voter turnout was below average statewide, with roughly 20 percent of North Dakota’s nearly 503,000 eligible voters casting their ballots. In Mercer County, however, about 44 percent of 5,300 active voters cast their ballots either via mail or at the Stanton polling site on June 8. In the 2008 Primary election, a total of 1,371 ballots were cast.

Posted 6/16/10 (Wed) read more »