It’s not every day you can come to work or visit the grocery store in your favorite sports jersey, super hero costume or pajamas. During Hazen High School’s Homecoming Week, that behavior is actually encouraged.
A person can’t make a significant impact on their community by sitting idle. Two Hazen residents almost constantly on the go are Don and Alvina Hagler--and the differences they’ve made in Hazen has earned them the honor of being named Grand Marshals of the 2011 Hazen Harvest Fest Parade.
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.
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.
Dust from an increase in truck traffic and the proposed relocation of a county road intersection has several Mercer County residents concerned.