Hazen Star News

At the end of their most recent meeting, one Mercer County commissioner abruptly announced his intention to resign from the commission at the end of the month.

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Decisions by the North Dakota State Legislature during the current session impact many aspects of people’s lives, including education.

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Fifty years of artistic triumph

For half a century, one organization has dedicated countless hours of time and energy to making sure residents of Hazen and people from around the area can appreciate the talent that is found here.

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One lady has found her niche filling the appetites and stomachs of people around the area.

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Rushing rivers bring mild flooding

While the warm weather is worth celebrating, the spring thaw isn’t always welcome if it comes too fast.

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As spring approaches, so too does a movement to help children fighting cancer.

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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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