Hazen Star News

A public information meeting regarding the Missouri River flood threat will be held at 6:30 p.m. tonight at the Stanton Civic Center in Stanton.

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June 2, 2011

Unprecedented

Tom Roe, Bismarck, has fished the upper stretch of the Missouri River hundreds of times. On Saturday, Roe stood above the Tailrace staring down at a furious, frothing, nearly-unrecognizable river.

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In many cases, peoples’ kind words about a graduating high school class are more lip-service than anything.

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The spillway gates at Garrison Dam have been temporarily closed following a routine inspection that identified a water spray on the spillway apron.

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Construction will begin on Monday, June 6 on North Dakota Highway 200, five miles west of Stanton.

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The piles of homework and hours spent in extracurricular activities have all led to this: Hazen High School will graduate 56 students at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the HHS gym.

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There’s a lot to Hazen High School senior Chris Barnick.

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The Hazen baseball team had their ups and downs Monday during the start of the Region 6 Tournament in Beulah but were able to shave off elimination with an outstanding round of hitting. Unfortunately it left the Bison right were they started in another game backyard rivals, the Beulah Miners, in a loser-out contest Tuesday. The winner advanced to play Velva-Drake-Anamoose for the title.

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The Hazen City Commission was watering what the Hazen Forestry Board was planting Monday evening, as the Commission agreed to to support the concept of a Hazen arboretum along Antelope Creek on the north side of N.D. Highway 200.

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Gary Knell farms northeast of Hazen and began his spring planting the first week of May, about three weeks later than usual.

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