Hazen Star News

Although Jeremy and Diana Heins are planning to return to the location of their home, they are not sure yet whether they will be returning to the existing home after extensive repairs to to a new home on the site.

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Although the process of appointing people to fill certain non-elected county positions was relatively routine and simple, it highlighted the disagreements between the county commission and certain department heads.

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Several talented women from Mercer County found themselves onstage, showing off both dresses and knowledge as they competed to be recognized by judges for the next Miss North Dakota crowning.

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Cutting costs where possible is an important priority during large undertakings like Hazen’s 2016 street project, but the Hazen City Commission determined that incorporating one new issue into the project makes sense both practically and economically.

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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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