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City begins to replace equipment lost in fire

Mother Nature has been going back and forth with her decisions on sun or snow; however, spring is nearly here which will lead us to summer

Posted 2/17/16 (Wed) read more »

Commission reviews options for County 27 road projects

Tense meetings about a new man camp north of Beulah and the proposed closing of a section road through Coyote Creek’s future mine dominated the first February meeting of the Mercer County Commission.

Posted 2/17/16 (Wed) read more »

Frustrations grow high for city P&Z

Planning and zoning was recently presented with an issue that didn’t leave them feeling very good.

Posted 2/10/16 (Wed) read more »

Divided commission gives go-ahead for crew camp

Tensions rose at the Mercer County Courthouse as the county commission heard a proposal for a man camp north of Beulah while also fielding responses from concerned area residents.

Posted 2/10/16 (Wed) read more »

MCED talks projects for 2016

Mercer County Economic Development has gone without a meeting for two months, thanks to the timeliness of Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Posted 2/03/16 (Wed) read more »

KRCC requests Pharmacy change

The letter stated that KRCC was making a switch from the local pharmacies to Thrifty White Drug.

Posted 2/03/16 (Wed) read more »

Job Services closes office due to federal funding shortfall

Beulah’s job service office closed at the beginning of January, with not many knowing if and when it would open back up.

Posted 1/27/16 (Wed) read more »

Synergy moves forward to county commission

Synergy Building Solutions & Logistics President Jack Arbess stood in front of the county planning and zoning commission for his second time.

Posted 1/27/16 (Wed) read more »

Sidewalks or no sidewalks, that is the question

With a majority of city council members and city officials in attendance, the most recent city council meeting could be considered a short one.

Posted 1/20/16 (Wed) read more »

Upcoming meeting hopes to highlight flood concerns

After Beulah experienced major flooding in 2009, the Mercer County Water Board has been pushing for a survey to determine possible means of controlling floods along the Knife River, specifically north of Beulah to prevent the town from being flooded.

Posted 1/20/16 (Wed) read more »