Hazen Star News

Wearing multiple hats
March 13, 2019

Wearing multiple hats

For one Hazen resident, involvement in the North Dakota Public Service Commission (PSC) means taking on many different responsibilities and requests, some of them surprising.

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March 13, 2019

Considering the stakes

Although it is now mid-March, the threat of winter weather hasn’t disappeared yet.

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North Dakota recently saw one of its residents receive the first graduate cybersecurity credential in the state.

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HCD looking ahead to Hazen’s future

During their annual meeting, Hazen Community Development looked at the progress their recent projects have made, as well as the possibilities for them and the community in the future.

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A story of waiting too long
February 27, 2019

A story of waiting too long

Although the medical procedures one local resident has faced after being diagnosed with colon cancer have went relatively well so far, he still finds himself facing one major regret.

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Although planting trees is almost universally viewed as a good thing, it can provide some tricky logistics when the trees are located near a busy road.

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One man’s road concern prompted a lot of discussion.

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Future possibilities for Hazen’s water

One current bill being debated at the state legislature could have a significant impact on Hazen’s infrastructure.

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Interim administrator sets goals for the future

Knife River Care Center (KRCC) in Beulah is in a state of transition, but the current administrator is determined to build upon successes while tackling the challenges that the care facility is facing.

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February 13, 2019

An evening for jazz in Hazen

Hazen High School students are continuing their tradition of offering an enjoyable evening out even as the cold months of winter crawl on.

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