Hazen Star News

New care center director hopes to renew enthusiasm

Tying together the Knife River Care Center and the communities the nursing home serves is a primary goal for its young new administrator.

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These last five months have been a trying time for us all. But, barring the elderly largely quarantined in nursing homes or other care facilities, those who have likely had the greatest difficulty have been children and youth.

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New Hazen trap team captures first place

It might seem at first sight that Hazen’s new trap shooting team started their organization at a distinct disadvantage.

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Reopening plans approved as school years approaches

Hours of discussion, debate, surveys, survey responses, critical thinking and long-term planning have at last yielded the plans

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Beloved Hazen quartet planning to bring gospel music to town

It’s been a bizarre summer in many ways, thanks to restrictions due to the COVID-19 situation.

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It’s a race against the clock for the county commission to approve a preliminary budget for 2021.

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Ever since the onset of COVID-19, many senior citizens seem to face the choice between staying safe by staying home, or getting needed care and interaction only by moving to living facilities with other people, where the risk of a potential virus outbreak is greater.

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Community gathers together to support a family in need

COVID-19’s outbreak several months ago has changed many aspects of many people’s lives.

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It takes all kinds to make the world go ‘round. It also takes all kinds to make a school restart smart.

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Although COVID-19 has changed many things, the Hazen Food Pantry remains a place where those struggling to make ends meet can find support and needed supplies.

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