Hazen Star News

January 8, 2020

Part two of the sand saga

Throughout the nation and the world, there have been various rushes, from gold rushes in California to diamond rushes in South Africa.

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Assistance planned for Zap’s flood concerns

When water comes fast, people take notice.

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Lack of work on restoring land from a gravel pit is raising concerns from one local landowner.

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The best of 2019
December 30, 2019

The best of 2019

National certification for meat shop [Jan. 10]

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One former Hazen High School graduate is encouraging students to develop a plan to reduce their student loan debt, or eliminate it entirely.

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Leaving his mark on the community

For the last three decades, Mike Just has been the face of insurance services in Hazen.

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Giving students a taste for coding

Although many schools stress the importance of scientific and technological learning now, the ever-evolving process of these disciplines means there is no shortage of career opportunities in that direction.

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New Year’s is on its way, and the Mercer County Commission wants to make sure some vital policies are in place by the time it arrives.

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Into the world: A Hazen student’s journey abroad

Every so often, you find yourself able to embark on the trip of a lifetime.

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Santa Claus’ shining moment is Christmas Eve night, when he and his team of reindeer deliver presents of all shapes, sizes and kinds to children around the globe.

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