Hazen Star News

‘We are not moving’ By April Baumgarten The state’s Native American tribes have openly opposed Basin Electric Power Cooperative’s plans to build a transmission line across a battlefield site that researchers call “the Gettysburg of the Plains.” But the company is not backing down from the project that would provide much-needed electricity to western North Dakota. “While we have been proactive in moving the substation, we are not moving the line,” said Curt Pearson, project coordination representative for Basin’s external relations and communications department.

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Mercer County Water Resource board members have obtained maps that could help prevent flooding at Lake Shore Estates. But the development is still in deep waters. “The key to draining is showing the natural flow of a drain,” said Greg Lange, board secretary and treasurer, adding the board will have to show how much drains.

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The past may haunt the future of one power line that could provide much-needed electricity to the Bakken, officials said.

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September 11, 2013

Hazen to get hotel

City plans to tear down Heritage Park Village By April Baumgarten Hazen is on tract to get another hotel and $150,000. Bruce Newton of Hazen Hotel LLC presented plans Sept. 3 to the City Commission during a meeting build a hotel along Main Street West.

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September 4, 2013

SMC goes live

eEmergency launches two-way video

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One ruling in a case involving the 2012 shooting death of a man in Beulah was overturned last week.

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No crime report submitted for 8 years

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Mercer County commissioners are ready to vote on a policy that would prohibit any personal use of county equipment.

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Things could heat up Saturday, but that won’t stop shoppers from finding hot deals during the Hazen Citywide Rummage Sale.

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SWA: ‘We want to work with you’

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