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Wood Shed projected to re-open in early March

A Beulah man renovating the inside of the Wood Shed restaurant hopes to have it open for business by early March.

Posted 1/25/12 (Wed) read more »

No Harvest Fest this year

In the face of rising costs and dwindling benefits, the Hazen Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted to forgo Harvest Fest this year at its Jan. 5 meeting.

Posted 1/25/12 (Wed) read more »

City rallies support for Annabelle at meeting

Nearly 30 residents filled the Hazen City Commission meeting room Jan. 11 at City Hall for a meeting regarding the proposed residential and commercial subdivision in west Hazen.

Posted 1/18/12 (Wed) read more »

Commission: agreement with Annabelle Homes needs more work

The Hazen City Commission agreed that a drafted agreement between the city and Minnesota-based developer Annabelle Homes needed more work at the commission’s regular meeting Monday at Hazen City Hall.

Posted 1/18/12 (Wed) read more »

Temperatures are providing ‘ultimate reprieve’

Golf clubs, shorts and flip-flops: All part of winter in North Dakota. Wait, what?

Posted 1/11/12 (Wed) read more »

City buys land for new tree and grass disposal site

The Hazen City Commission unanimously agreed to purchase land just north of Hazen for relocation of the city’s tree and grass disposal site at its regular meeting Jan. 3 at Hazen City Hall. The city purchased about 1.9 acres total along County Road 18 about one mile north of Cenex from Jonathan Heine for $10,000. The city will fence in about 1.48 acres for the grass and tree site, while the remaining 0.41 acres will be used by Mercer County as a road right-of-way easement.

Posted 1/11/12 (Wed) read more »

Lack of snow could cause spring flooding

So far this winter, snow has been a no show.

Posted 1/04/12 (Wed) read more »

2011: Year in review

From the Japan earthquake and nuclear disaster, to the death of Osama bin Laden and the royal wedding, 2011 was a year filled with headlines that shook the world.

Posted 12/28/11 (Wed) read more »

Road Department issues once again lead to heated metting

Road Department issues were once again the topic of heated words and outspoken arguments when the Mercer County Commission met for its second December meeting.

Posted 12/28/11 (Wed) read more »

Construction set to begin on Stanton transload site

Construction is planned this winter on a rail-to-truck transload site along the railroad tracks in Stanton.

Posted 12/14/11 (Wed) read more »