Hazen Star News

Now that a hometown woman has claimed the title of Miss North Dakota, pageantry and platforms have become a major interest for Hazen and Mercer County.

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Last year, the Mercer County Commission rejected combined bids for a proposed expansion of the county courthouse and jail.

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Several Hazen students performed for the University of North Dakota (UND) Honor Band and Honor String Ensembles.

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Responders from throughout Mercer County gathered at the Hazen Golf Clubhouse Jan. 13 for a now-annual meeting to discuss pipelines in the area and how responders can be best equipped to respond if an emergency situation arises.

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Following the success of Mercer County’s own Miss North Dakota Delanie Wiedrich, a scholarship organization for the county has arisen, which gives girls in Hazen and Beulah the opportunity to compete locally for a chance to move on for state pageant.

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There is a lot of discussion about education in today’s world: how expensive it is, how important standards are, the need for our nation, our state, our school to be competitive in a globalized world.

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English Lutheran Church is welcoming back one of its own to hear about the work she has been doing to help an orphanage overseas.

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January 6, 2016

The Best of 2015

This is a list of the top stories from the Hazen Star in 2015.

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One college student found her student teaching experience in Hazen to quickly turn into something more.

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First steps are sometimes the hardest to take.

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