Hazen Star News

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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Todd Parker threw the javelin pretty well back in high school, to the tune of 176 feet.

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In return for generations of liberty, freedom of speech and religious freedom, the least you could do is spend part of one day honoring those who make it all possible.

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For 49 teenagers, Sunday will mark the turning of a page.

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Topics ranged from Facebook to the county’s missing $100,000, and candidates for the Mercer County Commission addressed them all at the 2012 Mercer County Commissioner Candidate Forum May 10 at the GrandView Steakhouse & Lounge in Beulah.

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A public informational meeting on North Dakota Measure 2 will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 17 at Hazen City Hall.

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Dakota Westmoreland has four more years as coal supplier to Coyote Station before it will be replaced by The North American Coal Corporation. The decision was made public recently through a press release from Coyote Station owners Otter Tail Power Company, Montana-Dakota Utilities Co., NorthWestern Energy, and Northern Municipal Power Agency.

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April 26, 2012

Latimer steps down

Lyle Latimer, Hazen, has stepped down from his post as Mercer County Commissioner.

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Falkirk Farmers Elevator has a new interim manager in place after the resignation of manager Ron Hefta. The news is a step forward for the co-op that just two weeks ago had to put the brakes on the merger between Falkirk Farmers Elevator and Hazen Farmers Elevator with CHS/Garrison Farmers Union Elevator due to discrepancies in a voluntary investigation.

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