Hazen Star News

The City of Hazen is pursuing the possibility of renovating and rehabilitating the Pioneer Park Home into 36 units of senior low-income housing.

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Flooding is an issue around Mercer County. Both the Mercer County Commission and the Mercer County Water Board addressed some of these flood concerns in their meetings this past week.

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In an effort to bring the service up-to-speed, members of the Mercer County Ambulance put themselves through a long meeting this past Monday.

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The Hazen Art and Craft Association 46th Annual Art Show will open at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Hazen City Hall.

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An emergency phone alert went out the night of Thursday, April 16, warning about a potential ammonia leak in east Hazen.

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For people passing by the unassuming little building on east Main Street in Hazen, few would suspect the flurry of activity that typically lies within its walls.

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April 15, 2015

Author’s Day a big hit

Hazen 6th Graders got the chance to reflect on their lives recently when Author’s Day came to Hazen Middle School.

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Imagine being told you can choose salt or pepper but not both for a bland dish.

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More housing could be available in Hazen in the future if everything goes according to plan.

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For three years, Marie Mettler of Sakakawea Medical Center and Kandi Olson of Coal Country Community Health have collaborated on organizing and directing the annual Scrubs Camp for eighth grade students from Mercer and Oliver counties.

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