Hazen Star News

A Beulah man renovating the inside of the Wood Shed restaurant hopes to have it open for business by early March.

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The Hazen City Commission agreed that a drafted agreement between the city and Minnesota-based developer Annabelle Homes needed more work at the commission’s regular meeting Monday at Hazen City Hall.

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Nearly 30 residents filled the Hazen City Commission meeting room Jan. 11 at City Hall for a meeting regarding the proposed residential and commercial subdivision in west Hazen.

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The Hazen City Commission unanimously agreed to purchase land just north of Hazen for relocation of the city’s tree and grass disposal site at its regular meeting Jan. 3 at Hazen City Hall. The city purchased about 1.9 acres total along County Road 18 about one mile north of Cenex from Jonathan Heine for $10,000. The city will fence in about 1.48 acres for the grass and tree site, while the remaining 0.41 acres will be used by Mercer County as a road right-of-way easement.

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Golf clubs, shorts and flip-flops: All part of winter in North Dakota. Wait, what?

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So far this winter, snow has been a no show.

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Road Department issues were once again the topic of heated words and outspoken arguments when the Mercer County Commission met for its second December meeting.

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December 29, 2011

2011: Year in review

From the Japan earthquake and nuclear disaster, to the death of Osama bin Laden and the royal wedding, 2011 was a year filled with headlines that shook the world.

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For the first time in more than a half-century, residents of Hazen and the surrounding area will see a new beacon of light slicing through the nighttime darkness.

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Construction is planned this winter on a rail-to-truck transload site along the railroad tracks in Stanton.

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