Hazen Star News

July 19, 2012

Rising from the ashes

The first year or two of the Praise on the Prairie music festival was challenging: the turnout wasn’t great and set up and take down were very labor intensive.

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Wesley Klein, rural Hazen, has withdrawn from the race for Mercer County Commissioner.

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In Commissioner Casey Stern’s interview with the Hazen Star in the weeks leading up to the June election, one of Stern’s main points of contention was the planned relocation of the Lewis & Clark RV Park in west Hazen to make room for a proposed residential and commercial subdivision.

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July 5, 2012

Blazin’ Hazen Daze

Friday, July 6 11 a.m.-1 p.m.: lunch and bake sale at English Lutheran Church along Main Street

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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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