Hazen Star News

A door is damaged and cash is missing after one break-in and two attempted break-ins at two different Hazen businesses this weekend.

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Six days of emergency efforts to save Lake Shore Estates residents from flooding have been deemed successful.

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It’s nice to get a pat on the back once in awhile, for someone to show you’re appreciated. Harold Wilkens will receive his much deserved pat on the back April 16 in Jamestown when he is inducted into the North Dakota Amateur Softball Hall of Fame along with five other inductees.

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If the city of Center decides to go ahead with hiring Vanguard Appraisals, Inc. to appraise city property, Oliver County may join in once the facts have been fully presented.

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April 7, 2011

Judgment week arrives

If the Knife River and its major tributaries are going to flood Mercer County this spring, it will likely happen this week.

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Wish to be on the Hazen School Board? The deadline for getting on the ballot draws nigh. The deadline for filing to have your name printed on the ballot for the Hazen School Board election is 4 p.m. Friday. The application for the position may be picked up at business manager Connie Ellwein’s office in Room 325 of the Hazen Elementary School.

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Hazen High School will be decked out in its finest this weekend as both senior citizens and HHS students will be getting “Lost in Time.”

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In the wake of Hazen’s citywide property reappraisal, Hazen’s overall value of residential property increased by about 45 percent and commercial property values increased by about 52 percent.

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Hazen residents will find out the new worth of both their home and their neighbor’s home this week.

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It’s a big chunk of money for a small chunk of Hazen, and residents in that small chunk of town are hopeful that Hazen City Commission’s efforts to reduce their cost burden are successful.

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