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Beulah says NO!

By a 7-0 vote, the Beulah City Council said “thanks but no thanks” to the offer from the Army Corps of Engineers of an emergency levee to protect against this year’s flood.

Posted 3/17/10 (Wed) read more »

Flood odds remain high

A stretch of dry weather in February has stabilized the probability of flooding along the Knife River and its tributaries. However, barring an uncharacteristically slow melt, the National Weather Service predicts that some flooding is almost inevitable.

Posted 3/10/10 (Wed) read more »

Zap turns out for sandbagging party

Young and old, from across the street and down the road, a strong contingent of area residents gathered to help Zap prepare for high water as the snow melts.

Posted 3/10/10 (Wed) read more »

Zap readies itself for high water

The community of Zap saw extensive damage to its city park and a lift station was threatened in 2009. This year town officials are taking steps to be ready for rising floodwaters.

Posted 3/03/10 (Wed) read more »

County, city make plans for flood fight

Carmen Reed has only been the emergency manager for Mercer County for about eight weeks, and she is already taking on a major flood flight.

Posted 3/03/10 (Wed) read more »

March weather will determine potential Knife River flood levels

According to the National Weather Service, the question isn’t whether or not the Knife River will flood this spring, it is will the river get high enough to cause significant damage.

Posted 2/24/10 (Wed) read more »

Beulah readies for 2010 flood

Sandbags are the first order of business, Beulah Mayor Darrell Bjerke said.

Posted 2/24/10 (Wed) read more »

Garbage concerns divide Beulah City Council

A discussion of whether or not new garbage containers would make collection more efficient overshadowed concerns about the future of Beulah’s sewage lagoon at Monday’s Beulah City Council meeting.

Posted 2/17/10 (Wed) read more »

From waste to cinder block

One day, fly ash from power plants that now has to be dumped in landfills may instead be used to build roads and buildings.

Posted 2/17/10 (Wed) read more »

Citizens urged to ‘prepare like last year’ for flooding

Hazen third-grader Delmar Schramm’s class picnic was snowed out in the spring of 1947.

Posted 2/10/10 (Wed) read more »