Hazen Star News

July 31, 2019

Defining a nuisance

“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” the old adage goes.

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Stanton gears up for celebration

It’s the second year of the Two Rivers Festival, and the hope is to build upon the successes of last year’s event.

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When two of the busiest streets in town intersect, it’s probably a good idea if there’s a clear delineation of who has the right-of-way.

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Warming to Hazen Bay lake life

It’s been a summer to spend at the lake.

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Festival of fun and significance in Riverdale

While it is a small community, Riverdale is alive and vibrant, and residents flocked together to celebrate what it has to offer.

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Stanton might be a tad bit louder this weekend.

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It’s an intimidating situation for those traveling east or west.

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Culvert concerns on County 28

When the outflow of a culvert is described as being at a higher elevation than the inflow, you know there’s likely to be trouble.

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Three significant policy proposals related to employee benefits came before the county commission for final approval.

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An evening worth celebrating

As the Fourth of July draws near, the Hazen Chamber of Commerce is partnering their monthly Music in the Park events with the national holiday for a celebration of our American heritage and our own community’s attractions.

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