Hazen Star News

In hopes of clarifying any potential confusion from the layout of the sample ballots in last week’s Hazen Star and Beulah Beacon, we provide the following information.

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For those with entrepreneurial spirits, the hardest part of starting up a new business is, well, starting it.

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Energy and environmental issues have placed North Dakota squarely on the map of national politics.

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One of the primary points of emphasis around the county is how to attract growth in the number of people and businesses Mercer County communities can offer.

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Creative music-making and an important message came together for Tigirlily recently as a winter car accident became the motivation for talking seat-belt safety.

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Following a decision by the state government to allow potential expansion of Renaissance Zones for certain cities if they meet certain requirements, Buster Langowski has been working hard to try and include more zones for Hazen.

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When most of us think of reaching 95 years of age, we think of nursing homes, aches and pains, and the last slow decline of life.

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From large cities to desolate scenery, from caves of bats to the streets of Hollywood -- five friends decided to make a personal dream a reality, to visit these places and many more.

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People from Hazen, Beulah, and other communities throughout western North Dakota gathered at the Hazen City Hall over the weekend to admire the creations of local artists, vote for their favorite artwork, and take in both special presentations and live entertainment.

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While residents may be able to gather some of the progress that has recently been made on the exterior of the new hospital in Hazen, they might not be able to see the thrum of activity as workers set up the interior.

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