Hazen Star News

Three public libraries in Mercer County recently received recognition for both their book checkout services and the community events they host.

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April 26, 2017

Lund hosts blacksmiths

One area resident uses his home not only to produce his own work, but also to bring in others who share his passion.

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It was a hectic time for staff, providers, administrators, and patients alike.

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Eleven Hazen students were inducted into the National Honor Society during a special ceremony April 12.

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One important aspect of the Hazen School District does not get brought up at every school board meeting.

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Hazen residents passing east or west on W. Main Street can see four new structures standing south of the road east of the Lewis and Clark RV Park

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Even as the Hazen City Commission looks to examine what roads are in need of repair, they must also look to maintain the roads that were recently worked on.

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Hazen is gearing up for another art show. Talented artists from around the area submit a wide variety of different artistic styles.

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Over the past eight years, the University of North Dakota Center for Rural Health has provided students in rural communities a chance to experience first-hand how rural health care services work.

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After months of construction, of both successes and headaches, the new Hazen hospital stands upon the threshold of becoming operational.

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