Beulah Police Department gets new canine officer

By Andrew Crowley Beulah Police Officer Adam Baker wanted to be a K9 officer for the longest time. When Baker began his police training in Bismarck, his Field Training Officer had a K9. “I worked with him a lot and kind of always had the desire to do so,” Baker said. The interest in a police dog makes perfect sense, […]

Learning the ropes while teaching the basics

By Daniel Arens In less than a week after this paper goes to print, the 2021-22 school year officially begins. This year, Hazen will see new teachers throughout all grade levels, eager to get to know the kids in their classes and become part of the community. Maya Moltzen is taking on her first year as an educator, doing exactly […]

Hazen college student showcases history

By Daniel Arens One recent Hazen High School graduate decided to bring a part of North Dakota history together over the summer. Elizabeth Nolan recently completed an internship that features the history of Minot State University since its founding in 1913 to today, which is currently an exhibition with the Ward County Historical Society. Nolan is a 2019 Hazen High […]