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Commission reinstates county highway superintendent Braun

The Mercer County Commission reinstated Mercer County Highway Superintendent Roy Braun and examined their own procedures at their regular meeting March 16 in Stanton.

Posted 3/23/11 (Wed) read more »

KRCC adaptive use plan comes under fire

Pros and cons of an adaptive use plan for the old Knife River Care Center structure were detailed during a recent special session of the Planning and Zoning board at the Beulah City Hall.

Posted 3/23/11 (Wed) read more »

Officials, public talk Knife River flooding

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.

Posted 3/16/11 (Wed) read more »

Winter storm roughs up residents

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

Posted 3/16/11 (Wed) read more »

MCC talks courthouse security, section lines

Courthouse security was one of the topics discussed by the Mercer County Commission at its most recent meeting.

Posted 3/09/11 (Wed) read more »

Local officials gather to discuss flood plans

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.

Posted 3/09/11 (Wed) read more »

County Commission suspends head of highway department

The Mercer County Commission suspended Mercer County Highway Superintendent Roy Braun with pay and ordered an investigation into the operation of the highway department at a special meeting Feb. 23 in Stanton.

Posted 3/02/11 (Wed) read more »

Beulah posts pummel Bearcats

The Beulah girls basketball team showed many of their strengths as they tore through the District 14 schedule this season. In their 57-39 win over Glen Ullin-Hebron Feb. 15 they showed another – their knockout post punch

Posted 2/23/11 (Wed) read more »

NWS increases county flood risk

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.

Posted 2/23/11 (Wed) read more »

County on board with emergency pumping at Lake Shore Estates

A few details – such as final cost – remain unknown, but the Mercer County Commission agreed with the Mercer County Water Resource Board that something must be done to aid the residents of a flooding subdivision at the commission’s regular meeting Feb. 16 at the Mercer County Courthouse in Stanton.

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