Hazen Star News

Dealing with a flooding swamp bordering the Lake Shore Estates development has been a continuing headache for Mercer County’s water board members.

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December 16, 2015

Christmas, the time to give

Christmas is known as the most wonderful time of the year. However, not everyone gets that feeling.

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One Stanton native has had the opportunities to develop an interest into a hobby, and now he is even making a small local business out of his pursuit.

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Over the last year, several major road projects have occurred around the county.

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Quietly tucked away in rural Mercer County, a small congregation prepares for a big celebration as the Christmas season approaches.

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Local businesses often take advantage of the Christmas season for clever promotions and ideas.

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Public hearing came in at no public attendance on the most recent presentation for a crew lodge facility to accommodate plant workers.

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Two Hazen sisters who have become a national singing sensation have become one of the top 10 finalists in a national challenge.

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By Daniel Arens Many people, if given the chance, would jump on the opportunity to learn how to fly a plane. But the cost and time required for such an opportunity can be daunting. This Saturday, a flight instructor from Bismarck came to the Mercer County Regional Airport to address these concerns and see if there was any interest from local residents in having flight instruction provided. Roughly 10 years ago, a similar effort to bring an instructor only generated one person willing to pay the cost of training. This year, nearly 20 people attended the meeting, with a wider amount of interest in making something work. Garhett Lenger spoke to the cost concern, saying that the total cost of the training was around $7,000, but that there were ways to handle the cost. He talked about forming small groups that could split costs for a plane among them. These groups could not grow too large, as additional fees would be administered, so Lenger recommended roughly four people to a group if possible.

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Turnout at a meeting in Beulah regarding the Clean Power Plan exceeded all expectations.

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