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National 4-H week celebrates 'Responsibility'

Club leaders and members alike will soon celebrate community service, a sense of family, learning new skills and responsible living when National 4-H week comes around October 2-8.

Posted 9/28/11 (Wed) read more »

Commission tackles more Transload concerns

A topic that hadn’t been on the week’s agenda ended up taking the most time at last week’s Mercer County Commission meeting.

Posted 9/28/11 (Wed) read more »

Hazen movie theater opening in October

People in Hazen, Beulah and the surrounding area will once again be able to catch a flick without traveling more than just a few minutes.

Posted 9/21/11 (Wed) read more »

Hazen City Commission finalizes smaller budget

The Hazen City Commission breezed through most of its agenda at its regular meeting Monday evening before pausing to convene a public hearing to approve their 2012 budget.

Posted 9/21/11 (Wed) read more »

City withholding payment for poor paving

Price Asphalt believes its done with Hazen’s pothole patching project. The city of Hazen disagrees.

Posted 9/14/11 (Wed) read more »

Haglers 2011 Harvest Fest parade Grand Marshals

A person can’t make a significant impact on their community by sitting idle. Two Hazen residents almost constantly on the go are Don and Alvina Hagler--and the differences they’ve made in Hazen has earned them the honor of being named Grand Marshals of the 2011 Hazen Harvest Fest Parade.

Posted 9/07/11 (Wed) read more »

Hazen High School gears up for 2011 Homecoming Week

It’s not every day you can come to work or visit the grocery store in your favorite sports jersey, super hero costume or pajamas. During Hazen High School’s Homecoming Week, that behavior is actually encouraged.

Posted 9/07/11 (Wed) read more »

Here’s to Harvest Fest

In the sentence that is summer, end it with an exclamation point next weekend with Hazen’s 2011 Harvest Fest celebration.

Posted 8/31/11 (Wed) read more »

Harvest slow to gain momentum

Harvest is the 100-meter dash of the growing season. For a few weeks every August, small-grain producers hit the fields in hurried fashion to harvest their crops while the sun shines.

Posted 8/31/11 (Wed) read more »

(Home-)School year begins

Students in Mercer County will once again be breaking out the pencils and hitting the books Thursday for the start of the 2011-2012 school year. When bad weather inevitably hits this winter, however, not all students will be getting a storm day.

Posted 8/24/11 (Wed) read more »