Hazen Star News

It was a perfect fall evening for a hot bowl of homemade soup, as about 50 Hazen residents attended the Comprehensive Plan Open House Monday evening at Hazen City Hall.

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An attorney representing the city of Hazen through the North Dakota Insurance Reserve Fund has asked a judge for dismissal of a lawsuit filed against the city.

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A legion of pumpkins, ghouls, and other Halloween necessities will fill Stanton’s Sakakawea City Park from 6-9 p.m. MDT Saturday, Oct. 30 for the ninth annual Pumpkins in the Park.

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If the future of Hazen matters to you, mark your calendar. An open house regarding the future of development in Hazen will be held from 5:30-7 p.m. MDT Monday, Oct. 25 at Hazen City Hall. The event will include a free meal of homemade soup and bread.

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There’s likely to be a few hiccups and headaches--but the Hazen School District is working hard toward ensuring a smooth transition into operating on Central time come early November.

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The two candidates in the 2010 General Election for the post of Mercer County States Attorney are incumbent Jim Johnson, Stanton, and challenger Jessica Wolf, Hazen.

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October 7, 2010

MC candidates

This week, the Beulah Beacon and Hazen Star sat down with the four candidates for the Mercer County Commission: incumbents Wayne Entze, Zap, and Frank Bitterman, Golden Valley; and challengers Tobias “Toby” Lemer, Pick City, and Willy Braun, Golden Valley.

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An uneducated vote is a vote wasted. Mercer County Auditor Monte Erhardt mailed over 2,500 ballots late last week to Mercer County voters as part of Mercer County’s 2010 Vote By Mail General election process. To help District 33 voters make an informed decision this 2010 General Election, the Beulah Beacon and Hazen Star sat down with the four District 33 House of Representatives candidates: Republican incumbents Rep. Brenda Heller and Rep. Gary Kreidt, and their Democratic challengers Jane Opdahl and Judy Lang.

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September 30, 2010

The time has come

After more than a half-century in the Mountain time zone, Mercer County will be switching to Central.

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Beulah High School was shut down by a bomb threat Wednesday afternoon. Captain Mark Schmitt, of the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department said his office received a call from Beulah High School at 1:15 p.m. stating the school had been locked down and all the students had been moved to the elementary school.

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