Hazen Star News

Quick Response Units have been an unexpected focus for the Mercer County Ambulance Service Board in the last several months.

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After months of effort to bring together the different people involved and try to come up with a new plan or revive old plans, hopes of reaching a solution for the draining of the flooded Lake Shore Estates has been stonewalled.

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Hazen student Jonah Zimmerman has become well-known for his skill with painting, notably having made a large bison mural outside the library at the high school.

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With the blossoming of trees and flowers right around the corner, it is also time for art to blossom in local communities.

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As the school year winds down, it becomes a priority for the district to fill holes left by resigning and retiring teachers, as well as staff changes needed to address changing class sizes.

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Several upcoming Hazen graduates are planning to pursue their futures in the service of the country.

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If residents of Hazen and Beulah who live north of Highway 200 went to community churches Sunday, they were likely met with billowing smoke as they drove back toward their homes.

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Help! Do you know CPR? Start compressions, and help him breathe!

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The Stanton courthouse is gearing up for an expansion; however, a few hiccups have already blipped up on the radar.

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The Mercer County Commission ended up divided over whether to allow the petition of road closure submitted by North American Coal, Coyote Creek Mine.

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