Hazen Star News

April 18, 2012

Burn ban reduced

The Mercer County Commission, with recommendation from the Mercer County Sheriff and local fire chiefs, reduced the countywide Stage II Fire Ban to a countywide Stage I Fire Ban until further notice at its regular meeting April 18 in Stanton.

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Seven Mercer County residents have filed petitions to be placed on the Primary Election ballot for one seat on the Mercer County Commission, with little time remaining until the April 13 deadline. Of those seven candidates, two will advance to the General Election ballot in November.

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So far so good for this year’s planting and calving seasons, as warm, dry conditions have taken some of the stress off area producers’ minds.

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With a recommendation for approval from the City Planning and Zoning Commission on the table, the Hazen City Commission unanimously approved a preliminary plat and rezoning of property that’s slated for commercial and residential development in west Hazen.

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There was a lone item on the agenda Tuesday night, though it warrants much attention.

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An out-of-state construction equipment dealer will soon be operating out of the old Tiffany Glass Works auction house in west Hazen.

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March 22, 2012

Case closed

The case of the missing Mercer County money is closed, which leaves the county the option of taking civil action to recover its lost $100,000.

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Meet up with friends, eat well, and support your Hazen Chamber of Commerce all at once at the 2012 Taste of Hazen Monday at Hazen City Hall.

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The Mercer County Commission has approved a countywide Stage II Burn Ban for Mercer County.

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The National Weather Service Office in Bismarck has issued a Red Flag Warning for Monday, a High Wind Watch for Monday, and a Fire Weather Watch for Tuesday.

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