Hazen Star News

Hazen native trying to make a difference

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$20,000 grant awarded for implementation

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New West River Telephone Board member changes hats

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To hear the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) tell it, they are doing what is best for America by requiring coal-based power plants to cut emissions of carbon dioxide, or greenhouse gas, by 30 percent by the year 2030.

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Engineers find pool deck issues

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Old Mercer County Star press headed to museum

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Mercer County Water Resource Board attorney Greg Lange continued his circuit of presentations on the LIDAR project last week at the Mercer County Commission meeting and came away with a big smile on his face.

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If Mary Hillerud of Custer Health has anything to say about it, young people will no longer be able to purchase e-cigarettes in Hazen.

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The new revolution of mapping elevations in a city or county is being hailed as LIDAR, a way to get fairly accurate elevations over a broad area and help mitigate flooding.

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Corps hire 20-year natural resources veteran

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