Hazen Star News

The current stretch of hot weather may have most people in Beulah huddling by their air conditioners, but it has proven a double blessing for farmers. Dry weather has allowed the harvest of small grains to move fairly quickly while the heat has pushed row crops to maturity.

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The Hazen City Commission approved a resolution Monday evening pushing forward plans for a sewer main replacement project in the middle of Hazen.

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The Guenthners know all too well the power of a lightning strike. About seven years ago, their Hazen home was struck by lightning, blowing plaster off the inside walls and frying their TV, VCR, telephone and microwave. The surge of volts blew out of an outside power outlet.

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The annual summertime celebration – it’s every small town’s height of summer. For Stanton, the height of summer is Knife River Days, which this year runs Friday through Sunday, Aug. 6-8.

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Gordon Hoffner has stepped down from his position as president of the Union Bank of Halliday, Beulah and Hazen. His son, Wayne Hoffner, Hazen was selected to be the bank’s new president.

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The Hazen City Commission learned Monday night that Hazen Hospitality Associates, L.L.C., an entity of Cascade Homes of Bozeman, Mont., will be prepared to make a purchase offer in August for land in west Hazen, land on which they plan to build a hotel and possible recreation center.

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If it smells like apple pie and tastes like apple pie, it’s gotta be apple pie.

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Hazen might be ready for a stoplight, remarked one young woman to Hazen Alumni Association Chairperson Barb Finneman.

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There will be the new addition of some ancient crafts to the 2010 Northern Great Plains Culture Fest July 24-25 at Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site.

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It was October 2009: Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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