Hazen Star News

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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What is the one road that will never be under construction during the summer months?

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City ordinance allows for residents to have female chickens within city limits.

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Sue Retterath, Hazen, was hoping at least 40 people would show up at the school on June 1 to ride a bus to Bismarck to help sandbag. Someone else thought there would be about 20, if that.

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A spliced rural water line is again delivering water to Pick City, Lake Sakakawea State Park and residents in the surrounding area after releases over the Garrison Dam spillway washed out a underground line below the spillway pond about two weeks ago.

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The Weather Network