Hazen Star News

Did you know that there are hundreds of millions of man-made objects in space?

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February 7, 2018

On call, serving Hazen

On Jan. 11, a new police officer went on call for the community.

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Smaller, faster, newer, and now higher, ever-changing technology continues to transform society at many different levels.

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Fresh off state recognition last semester for a project he worked on with fellow video production classmates, Jaden Schmitz is now using his skills with the camera and computer to highlight the stories of his school.

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Most people wouldn’t associate any of the words in the headline with one another.

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Two Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) trailers have consistently brought expenses for upkeep and maintenance to the county.

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Hazen’s library has long prided itself as a place for more than simply books.

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2017 proved to be a milestone year for Hazen and the wider area when it came to child care services.

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Recently, Hazen High School students had a chance to demonstrate their education, creativity, and cooperation during a special in-school competition.

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At first glance, being director of mortuary services, being a state legislator, and being a banker specializing in agricultural loans don’t seem to have a lot in common.

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