Hazen Star News

July 22, 2015

A lifetime in Hazen

Irma Drath graduated from Hazen School in 1939, making her the oldest of the alumni to return for the All Class Reunion this past July weekend.

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A proposal to change the distance between a residency and a wind tower from 1,000 ft. to one mile was rejected.

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Sometimes small towns host large events, which draw the resources of everyone in the community to make the events successful.

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All editors make their starts somewhere, and the Hazen Star provided that necessary experience for one illustrious career in photography.

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The Mercer County Commission held a special meeting Thursday, July 2, with Pete Filippi, Contegrity Group, and Scott Fettig, Klein McCarthy Architects, to discuss the current standing of the courthouse and jail expansion project.

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Hazen has many parks to attract the attention of residents and visitors. Now it hopes to expand the appeal with a new addition: a fitness park.

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This previous week, talented actors and actresses from throughout the region came together at Hazen High School to bring a classic musical to life.

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Goodwill Pancake Breakfast served pancakes on a warm, windy Saturday morning June 27 at the Mercer County Regional Airport just a mile east of Hazen, where pilots from all around came to fly.

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Hazen graduate wins Miss North Dakota title, to compete in Miss America.

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The Sakakawea South Shore Community Theater will be performing “Oliver!”, a well-known play about the adventures of an orphan boy, at Hazen High School.

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