Hazen Star News

The Hazen City Commission was watering what the Hazen Forestry Board was planting Monday evening, as the Commission agreed to to support the concept of a Hazen arboretum along Antelope Creek on the north side of N.D. Highway 200.

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Gary Knell farms northeast of Hazen and began his spring planting the first week of May, about three weeks later than usual.

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Former Hazen City Commission president Delmar Schramm returned to the governing table after being appointed by the Commission at their regular meeting Monday night to fill a vacancy on the board.

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A former Stanton man has been arrested and faces felony charges in connection with a recent Hazen burglary.

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The Hazen Board of Equalization reconvened Monday at Hazen City Hall to give final approval on a citywide reappraisal of all residential and commercial Hazen property.

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Hazen’s City Clean-up Week doesn’t begin until May 9--though now is the time to get your junk in order.

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From propane to loan payments and shingles to shrubs, it all could be found at the first Hazen Home Builders’ Show Saturday at Hazen City Hall.

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A Hazen man’s vehicle was stolen from outside a Main Street Hazen business in the early morning hours of April 14.

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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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