Hazen Star News

October 18, 2012

Rocky road?

Hazen commissioners are ready to build the RV park road, but one believes they may be too far ahead of the curve.

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Advocates for Measure 5 say it is time for North Dakota law to reflect its values toward animals, but local veterinarians and proponents say the proposal is incomplete and could cause more problems than solutions.

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October 11, 2012

Filling in the gaps

Residents and the Hazen Park Board jumped in a lake of ideas Monday at City Hall as they discussed possible repairs to the city pool.

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October 10, 2012

Where is this white stuff

While some parts of the state got an early Christmas present, others got passed over by the white stuff that seemed to be absent last year.

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The city of Hazen has found a new auditor.

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Everybody hopes that they win the big homecoming game. The Bison not only won, they won in style. The final score of Friday’s homecoming game was 53-6 in favor of the Bison.

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In order to help sexual assault victims quicker officials in Mercer and McLean counties have decided to band together to form a sexual assault team, something that is a rarity in North Dakota.

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September 27, 2012

SWA pipeline problems return

Although Southwest Water’s new pipeline through Mercer County has generally been looked at as an improvement, one area pipeline stockpiling location has brought about concerns that have found themselves at the county level for the second time.

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With less than 47 days left to the general elections, Mercer County officials are getting geared up for the big vote.

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Hazen city officials and residents say that the former city auditor does not deserve to be compensated for overtime after leaving the government in a “tough position.”

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