Hazen Star News

The Stanton City Council welcomed Central time to Mercer County on Monday evening with one of their shortest meetings in recent memory.

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Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday, Nov. 7 this year, but Mercer County residents won’t have to change their clocks Saturday night. That’s because the county switches over to Central Standard Time the same day.

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Many residents and businesses will make a few adjustments come Sunday as Mercer County converts to Central time. One such business making adjustments will be area post offices.

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The Stanton City Council has a vacant seat to fill after a council member moved out of Stanton.

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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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