Hazen Star News

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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You have your typical North Dakota blizzards with heavy snow accumulations, high winds and life-threateningly cold temperatures.

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Officials and members of the public met at the Beulah Civic Center last week to discuss how to be best prepared for this year’s potential flooding.

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Sandbagging is on the minds of city officials in the next few weeks, along with the imminent flood that might show up this month in Hazen and the surrounding area. City officials met March 2 for an informal meeting to discuss the necessary procedures and precautions to take before a flood occurs.

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Officials from throughout Mercer County gathered last week at the Beulah Civic Center to talk about their respective plans for fighting this year’s potential flooding.

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Those in attendance Feb. 23 at Hazen City Hall seemed to agree on two things: the sewer line running from Hazen’s Fifth Street to the alley between Third Street and Main Street is needed; and someone needs to pay for the project.

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Despite above-normal temperatures in February shrinking snowbanks considerably along city streets and county roads, the National Weather Service recently increased its predicted chances of flooding along the Knife River and Spring Creek come this spring.

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