Hazen Star News

On behalf of the Sakakawea Medical Center’s Capital Campaign Committee, employees of SMC and the Hazen Clinic will band together Dec. 6 to host “Santa Days” at city hall from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.

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November 19, 2014

History comes tumbling down

A piece of Hazen history met its demise last week when the old Loewen house on Central Avenue, known as the oldest stick house in Hazen, was demolished by Union State Bank to make way for possible future endeavors of the bank.

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One week after the Centennial celebration in Beulah August 16, five inches of rain created a flash flood that raced through parts of Beulah, creating havoc and leaving the city with about $555,000 in city infrastructure damage. Governor Jack Dalrymple made a declaration of emergency, making Beulah eligible for Federal Emergency Management Agency funding to fix the repairs.

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Hazen Memorial Hospital Association holds annual meeting

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The annual Hazen Arts and Crafts Association Holiday Bazaar Show took place last Saturday as large crowds kept the event hall buzzing.

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It was housekeeping night for the Hazen City Commission Monday night in the first regularly scheduled meeting of November.

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The Hazen City Commission and the Hazen Police Department are working together to make changes to the city’s public nuisance ordinance, and progress is being made.

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We see the Lewis and Clark RV Park full most of the time. We know the park is primarily used by workers from all over the country who have come to our area to work. We know they are skilled professionals.

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October 29, 2014

Crime and Punishment

Third part of a series on drugs and drug-related enforcement in North Dakota.

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October 22, 2014

See it, report it, stop it

Anti-Bullying Month targets continuing awareness of issue

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