Hazen Star News

As the sun waits until late into the night to set June 20, Hazen residents have a chance to celebrate the light and warmth at Heritage Park.

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Preserving heritage and educating visitors

As the Knife River winds its ever-shifting course through Mercer County toward the Missouri River, its variable nature is raising concerns of erosion for the Knife River Indian Villages (KRIV) as well as nearby landowners.

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New owner brings fresh life to local restaurant

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Gathering, remembering, celebrating

Forty years ago, they dared the dangers and unknowns of leaving all they knew for a new country and a new life.

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Even from a young age, Hazen’s residents demonstrate their drive to succeed.

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Lives lost, but memories preserved

As North Dakota State Adjutant Ron Matthews said, 1 million Americans have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country in the years since the Revolutionary War in which our country and the conflicts it has faced began.

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Remembering their sacrifice

As Memorial Day approaches, two local communities are preparing to honor the occasion with special events.

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It might be argued that encouraging future generations to be dedicated to land conservation is an equally vital mission of Knife River Pheasants Forever as conserving land in the here and now.

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Last Tuesday evening, Hazen Girl Scouts and their families came out to recognize the achievements of the young ladies and the impact the organization has made in the community over the last year.

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New ambulance, new service, and a new look

Riverdale Ambulance expands its service and updates its image

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