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Zoning okays Coyote Creek mining ops

Coyote Creek Mine is one step closer to starting operations after finding approval last week from the Mercer County Planning and Zoning Commission.

Posted 7/23/14 (Wed) read more »

Council stalls on variance, gets updated on hospital

Last week the Beulah City Council held off making any decision for the second time on the topic of a variance request from a residential builder.

Posted 7/23/14 (Wed) read more »

Centennial book available soon

The last 25 years of Beulah’s history will soon be available in book format, thanks to the efforts of a group of local ladies.

Posted 7/16/14 (Wed) read more »

County seeks clarification on Sakakawea Estates roads

The question of the road in the Sakakawea Estates was on a light agenda Monday at the meeting of the Mercer County Board of Commissioners.

Posted 7/16/14 (Wed) read more »

Commission hears medical updates

Two representatives from the medical community were on hand last week to provide updates to the Mercer County Commission on ongoing processes and projects.

Posted 7/09/14 (Wed) read more »

Plans presented for MTI building

An empty building on Beulah’s south side could find new purpose in the near future if the city government ultimately approves new plans for its use.

Posted 7/09/14 (Wed) read more »

Main Bar finds new owners

The Main Bar is still open for business thanks to the efforts of two former bar owners.

Posted 7/02/14 (Wed) read more »

New council discusses Highway 49 bridge work

Beulah Council reorganizes after election

Posted 7/02/14 (Wed) read more »

Vision West plan heard at commission

The Mercer County Commission received an informational visit last week from a Vision West representative who spoke about sustainable development and working with the county.

Posted 6/25/14 (Wed) read more »

Housing company eyeing Golden Valley

A housing company offered Golden Valley residents a potential look into the future last week during a housing presentation at the community center.

Posted 6/25/14 (Wed) read more »