Hazen Star News

Jesse Krieger, rural Stanton, and Gerald Bauman, Golden Valley, were unanimously appointed to fill two vacant seats on the the Mercer County Commission June 28 in Stanton.

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Don Gackle's death this past Sunday leaves behind a lifetime of achievements. Gackle was among one of the first North Dakota publishers with a journalism degree. Newspapers were then hot lead and an owner needed to be skilled at setting type, with the help of a printer's devil or two. He said in an interview in 1996, “We might work the night around to get that damned thing out.”

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Fair weather, big crowds and lots to do once again provided a successful time for the Mercer County Fair.

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One week remains until the inferno of fun that is Blazin’ Hazen Daze.

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Sixty percent of the Hazen City Commission attended their final meeting Monday at Hazen City Hall, though left their mark in the form of a budget amendment.

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With several contested local races and contentious statewide measures on the ballot, Mercer County voters turned out in large numbers to vote during the 2012 Primary election June 12.

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With a cast full of people of all ages from many places, Sakakawea South Shore Community Theater is set to kick off their production of “Annie” next week in Hazen.

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According to a map, you can travel from downtown Hazen to west Hazen on Third Street Northwest.

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The American Cancer Society Coal Country Relay for Life will be Friday at Riverside Park in Beulah. Registration begins at 5 p.m. and the opening ceremony is at 6 p.m. Friday at the park. The event runs until 6 a.m. Saturday.

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You’d be hard-pressed to find a graduating class that will be missed more by a school than the Hazen High School Class of 2012.

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