Hazen Star News

September 1, 2011

Here’s to Harvest Fest

In the sentence that is summer, end it with an exclamation point next weekend with Hazen’s 2011 Harvest Fest celebration.

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The Hazen City Commissioners needed only a light snack, instead of a meal as in past years, to make it through their first preliminary 2012 budget meeting Monday at Hazen City Hall.

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August 25, 2011

(Home-)School year begins

Students in Mercer County will once again be breaking out the pencils and hitting the books Thursday for the start of the 2011-2012 school year. When bad weather inevitably hits this winter, however, not all students will be getting a storm day.

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Garages and sheds are some homeowners’ dreams mounted outside their houses. But Hazen residents will eventually have new specifications when adding a detached addition to their lots. City officials are on the road to a new amendment for accessory buildings.

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For the last three months, the echo of class bells and students’ chatter in the hallways of Hazen Public School was replaced with the sounds of construction. Next Thursday, Aug. 25, students return to see just what improvements have been made during their summer break.

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Dust from an increase in truck traffic and the proposed relocation of a county road intersection has several Mercer County residents concerned.

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You may officially begin the countdown. Hazen’s annual Harvest Fest celebration kicks off in 30 days, and the Hazen Chamber of Commerce is finalizing plans for the 2011 event to be held Sept. 9-11.

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Saturday and Sunday will be full of old favorites, including a 5-K run-walk, parade, children’s games, food, bingo and a street dance, as well as the Old Man and Kid Fishing Derby Sunday afternoon at Sakakawea City Park.

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Blade operators were tired of hitting that pesky rock every winter that jutted from the ground beneath the snow. What Mel Roth Oil Company employees found while mowing around the rock this spring, however, wasn’t a rock at all – but a granite grave marker.

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Summer thunderstorms usually don't last long, but they make sure we notice every minute of their stay.

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