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BHS graduate missing

The waiting game is one nobody likes to play. But waiting and hoping is what Carolyn Woodruff and Morgan Dallman are left to do.

Posted 1/23/13 (Wed) read more »

Making 2 into 1

Mercer County Commissioners got a look at plans to merge the county courthouse and Sheriff’s Department into one building, but it could cost more than $4.4 million, officials said.

Posted 1/23/13 (Wed) read more »

Educational Foundation talks long-term plans

Beulah’s Educational Foundation has its feet under it now and is starting to gain steam.

Posted 1/16/13 (Wed) read more »

Flu fever catches on fast

The influenza season is spreading across the nation, and Mercer County is not immune to the effects.

Posted 1/16/13 (Wed) read more »

JDA approves initial Streetscape plan

Beulah’s Main Street will be getting a facelift, if only on paper for the time being.

Posted 1/09/13 (Wed) read more »

Mayor lays out goals for 2013

The first meeting of the new year had Beulah’s City Council with few agenda items and a list of goals brought up for 2013.

Posted 1/09/13 (Wed) read more »

Zoning approved for mining permits and non-farm residences

After having to reschedule the regular December meeting due to lack of participation, the Mercer County Planning and Zoning commission found a quorum again last week.

Posted 1/03/13 (Thu) read more »

2012 – The Year in Review

2012 saw a host of major events sweep across the world and our nation. National elections, foreign interventions and more were of large significance, but important and interesting stories were also breaking here in Mercer County. Below is a summary of a handful of local stories that caught your eye and shaped your life in 2012.

Posted 12/27/12 (Thu) read more »

New ambulance bay to break ground in spring

Ambulance crews will be relocating their Beulah headquarters sometime next year, but they’re not going to be moving too far from their current location.

Posted 12/27/12 (Thu) read more »

Wenning gets into detail at Knife River Saddlery

Jim Wenning had been visualizing his perfect saddle for nearly 20 years. After successfully completing a saddlery school about a year ago in Custer, S.D., he turned a dream into a hobby.

Posted 12/19/12 (Wed) read more »