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City sets eyes on dilapidated buildings

The city of Beulah has begun the process to address dilapidated buildings throughout town.

Posted 3/21/12 (Wed) read more »

Mercer County oil on the outside looking in

If the forecasters are right, Mercer County is unlikely to see much oil well-drilling activity. At least not the the level of activity seen in nearby counties to the west.

Posted 3/14/12 (Wed) read more »

Questions for county on proposed permits

A few representatives of the agricultural business industry questioned details of Mercer County’s proposed permit program at the Mercer County Commission’s regular meeting March 7 in Stanton.

Posted 3/14/12 (Wed) read more »

District 33 and state agree on Santorum

Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Rick Santorum was the Republican presidential candidate of choice in both District 33 and North Dakota as indicated by Super Tuesday's caucus polls results.

Posted 3/08/12 (Thu) read more »

Tipton goes to Washington

What would you do if you were given the chance to lend your voice to a national forum on an issue you cared strongly for?

Posted 3/07/12 (Wed) read more »

Rezoning denied for old nursing home

A potential zoning change for the old nursing home on Beulah’s Central Avenue was denied with condition after Beulah City Councilors heard the most recent presentation.

Posted 3/07/12 (Wed) read more »

Sakakawea Beulah Clinic eyeing late April closure

Mercer County is about to lose one clinic, but not the providers who worked there when Sakakawea Beulah Clinic closes its doors by the end of April.

Posted 2/29/12 (Wed) read more »

Classrooms make jump in technology

The application of AppleTV units is offering a new technology to learn, as well as a new way to teach in the Beulah School District.

Posted 2/29/12 (Wed) read more »

Miners win 1, 2 more to go

Beulah boys basketball coach Jeremy Brandt is a bit of perfectionist. So when the Miners eliminated New England 68-54 Monday night to advance to the semifinals of the Region 7 Tournament, the coach had a few things he wasn’t happy with. A chance at a regional crown wasn’t on the list.

Posted 2/22/12 (Wed) read more »

County zoning board talks regulation changes

Mercer County Planning and Zoning commissioners took one last look at county regulations after hearing some public input on the subjects of temporary workforce housing and commercial vehicle parking.

Posted 2/22/12 (Wed) read more »