Hazen Star News

It’s estimated that 138 million people will rise out of bed the day after Thanksgiving to fight the crowds and get in on Black Friday deals this week. While many large stores in the bigger cities may see huge profits, the small businesses tucked away in small town North Dakota are often just as competitive and hope to see business this holiday season.

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Tasty food, good friends and fun times are great in themselves. The fact that they’re right in your backyard this holiday season only sweetens the deal as the holiday season in Hazen, Stanton and Pick City is now underway.

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November 25, 2010

Blocked bridge opening soon

The County Road 27 bridge was open. Then it was closed. Then open. Now closed. It will soon be open to stay, much to the relief of Hazen residents living north of the State Highway 200 bypass.

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It takes a lot of money to avoid expensive flood insurance. The Hazen City Commission learned at their regular meeting Monday evening that Refunding Improvement Bonds totaling $530,000 have been sold to help fund projects along Antelope Creek, which runs through Hazen along the State Highway 200 bypass.

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The grass is plenty green on the other side of the fence--though it is taking time for some Mercer County business and residents to fully adjust to it’s plushness.

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November 18, 2010

Hazen baseball is a go

The crack of the bat, the roar of the crowd and the spitting of the seed shells will be heard at the Hazen baseball diamonds this spring.

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Mercer County Commission incumbent Frank Bitterman, Golden Valley, thought someone was pulling his leg when he first heard he had received over 2,000 votes in the 2010 General election.

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Every single year, you’ve told yourself you wouldn’t do it. But every single year, you do.

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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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