Hazen Star News

Blade operators were tired of hitting that pesky rock every winter that jutted from the ground beneath the snow. What Mel Roth Oil Company employees found while mowing around the rock this spring, however, wasn’t a rock at all – but a granite grave marker.

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Summer thunderstorms usually don't last long, but they make sure we notice every minute of their stay.

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If you have any ties to Stanton or the surrounding area whatsoever, or simply enjoy fun, be sure you're at Knife River Days next weekend in Stanton.

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The Hazen City Commission discussed a variety of issues Monday at its meeting, including the decision to move forward with a resolution to work with Annabelle Homes.

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The snow’s almost gone in the mountains of Montana.

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Just when recent repairs and upgrades had Hazen Parks and Recreation confident that the Hazen Public Swimming Pool was in good shape, a leak has dealt the latest blow to the pool’s future.

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Last year, Praise on the Prairie organizers gave their music festival a contemporary twist by adding a youth night to their event schedule.

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Flooding emergencies throughout the region and state are requiring the services of many aircraft and their crews.

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By benefit run standards, Saturday’s 235-mile ride will be a long one.

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It has rained often and in large amounts throughout the last few weeks.

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The Weather Network