Voices and the sound of instruments rang through the Hazen Elementary School Gym as more than 50 musicians shared their talents with the people of Hazen Saturday and Sunday. It was all part of the 56th annual Knife River Chorale Concert, which attracts singers from across North Dakota and even out of state, according to several members.
Mercer, Dunn and Oliver counties residents and health facilities have several issues to work on to become healthier.
A representative from a Minneapolis developer wanted to let the Hazen City Commission know his company was dedicated to the community.
Several political subdivisions were overpaid more than $31,000 in coal severance shortfall funds, and the state Treasurer’s office will suspended those distributions until the issue is corrected, Center-Stanton Public School officials said Nov. 14 at the monthly school board meeting.
Election Day is upon the residents of North Dakota, and they have multiple decisions to make that could affect the future of the state. Many issues and candidates have been under discussion, but there is one initiated measure that officials say hasn’t gotten the attention it deserves.