Hazen Star News

In a special election Tuesday, Hazen residents will vote whether or not to bring natural gas services into Hazen. Specifically, voters will determine if the city of Hazen shall “form a municipal utility for the purpose of owning or leasing a natural gas pipeline distribution system within the city of Hazen.”

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Dalles Krause Jr. and Kari Olson, co-owners of Krause’s Super Valu, Hazen, feel it would spur economic growth and development in the city of Hazen. Members of the Hazen Forestry Board expressed worries that it could endanger the city’s source of all that is green and aesthetic in Hazen.

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The last time the issue came up, Mercer County Commissioner Wayne Entze received “nasty” phone calls and went nights without sleep, he said. Needless to say, lines are passionately divided in Mercer County.

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It was a short and simple statement, but got big cheers from those in the audience donning caps and gowns. After welcoming the gathered crowd to Hazen High School’s 2009 Commencement Exercises, senior Andrew Karges gazed out at his peers from the stage and said three simply sweet words: “We are awesome.”

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Hazen High School Class of 2009 Salutatorian Clay Brinkman has been named a finalist for the National Merit Scholarship – an academic achievement that HHS Principal Ed Boger hasn’t seen in eight years as principal. And the intelligent senior isn’t even class valedictorian.

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The Mercer County Water Resource Board picked up the ball and ran with it. Now they have the Hazen City Commission as a lead blocker – and the tandem will try to save the residents of Hazen a lot of money in flood insurance costs.

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For those who thought it would never happen – look at them now. The prospect of patio homes in Hazen had its doubters, Hazen Patio Homes Association President Esther Grosz said. Well, on Thursday, May 21, those doubters can come see for themselves.

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As of 6:30 p.m. Friday, a big dose of convenience has been re-administered to Mercer County motorists. The bridge along State Highway 200, just north of the crossroads seven miles east of Hazen, has been closed since the Knife River flooded in late March.

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As of 6:30 p.m. Friday, a big dose of convenience has been re-administered to Mercer County motorists. The bridge along State Highway 200, just north of the crossroads seven miles east of Hazen, has been closed since the Knife River flooded in late March.

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If ever a hot button existed in Mercer County – this button is flaming: Should Mercer County operate by Mountain time or Central time?

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