Hazen Star News

An ambitious plan to address the financial and infrastructure challenges facing county, municipal and other local entities is being met with enthusiastic approval.

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Hazen’s café returns
January 23, 2019

Hazen’s café returns

Shortly after the initial closure of one of Hazen’s primary eateries, a local resident decided the situation provided a niche he could fill.

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A recent expansion for one Hazen business now allows residents to bring in practically any kind or size of vehicle or equipment that needs maintenance or repairs.

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Fluke equipment issue impacts WRT utilities

Late last week, an unexpected equipment issue involving a power inverter set off a chain reaction that caused downed equipment for numerous WRT customers in Mercer County and the region beyond.

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Hazen will once again host a community blood drive next week to help provide blood for those in need.

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New opportunities for local meat provider

With the go-ahead from federal regulators, Hazen now provides a unique opportunity for both livestock ranchers and meat consumers in the area.

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As Mercer County continues to face a gloomy financial picture, there is also concern about the tax picture facing county residents.

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Lego League gears up for January competition

While Christmas is the dominant thought in people’s minds lately, one group of Hazen students is also thinking ahead for a major event next month.

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During a final meeting of 2018, the Mercer County Commission made significant changes to their policies in time to greet the new year.

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