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Our furry friends meet Santa Claus

Four-legged friends all throughout Mercer County are excited to finally meet Santa.

Posted 12/07/16 (Wed) read more »

Expert ‘localist’ Kimber Lanning coming to Beulah

Think. Buy. Be Local in Beulah

Posted 11/30/16 (Wed) read more »

2K Meats & More searches for temporary solutions

City officials have been working toward finding temporary solutions to keep Beulah’s 2K Meats & More up to federal code – which according to Keith Bohn only recently started to be enforced around the state.

Posted 11/30/16 (Wed) read more »

Beulah students reach musical heights

Beulah’s music students continue to grow further than Mercer County. Seven students recently were chosen to take part in the Northwest Honor Band and Choir Festival that was held at Minot State University.

Posted 11/22/16 (Tue) read more »

Commission hears landfill capping update

Projects are winding down this year, even as the Mercer County Commission discusses which county needs will occupy their attention in the 2017 fiscal year.

Posted 11/22/16 (Tue) read more »

Ron Isaak crossing costs debated

With winter fast approaching, time is running short for work to be completed on the “Ron Isaak Crossing.”

Posted 11/15/16 (Tue) read more »

County P&Z look to protect landowners

Mercer County Planning and Zoning board chairman Troy Sailer brought up a way to protect land owners in cases of contractors laying utilities.

Posted 11/15/16 (Tue) read more »

2K Meats & More approaches obstacles

Beulah’s city planning and zoning were approached by 2K Meats & More owner Keith Bohn on how he can keep his business in town.

Posted 11/09/16 (Wed) read more »

Frustrations grow as the courthouse project slows

There was evident frustration at the Nov. 2 Mercer County Commission meeting. Commissioners Wes Gunsch and Duane Scheurer expressed dissatisfaction with the progress on the courthouse expansion project.

Posted 11/09/16 (Wed) read more »

KRCC board honors influential member

After spending more than a decade on the Knife River Care Center board, Fred Stern believes it is his time to step down.

Posted 11/02/16 (Wed) read more »