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National 4-H week celebrates Revolution of Responsibility

Club leaders and members alike will soon celebrate community service, a sense of family, learning new skills and responsible living when National 4-H week comes around October 2-8.

Posted 9/28/11 (Wed) read more »

Commission tackles more Transload concerns

A topic that hadn’t been on the week’s agenda ended up taking the most time at last week’s Mercer County Commission meeting.

Posted 9/28/11 (Wed) read more »

Firefighters enhance skill sets with recent training

Beulah firefighters recently had a chance to expand their experience when they went through training exercises.

Posted 9/21/11 (Wed) read more »

Prepare for the worst

City and county officials have new flood-fighting knowledge after last week’s Federal Emergency Management Agency Mitigation workshop.

Posted 9/21/11 (Wed) read more »

Council takes look into likely housing options

Beulah’s City Council looked at two options at the most recent meeting that will seek to minimize the potential future lack of housing in the city.

Posted 9/14/11 (Wed) read more »

County budget set for approval

With little fanfare or controversy, the Mercer County Commission completed its 2012 budget hearings with various departments at its Aug. 17 and Sept. 7 meetings.

Posted 9/14/11 (Wed) read more »

Past development experience could help present

Years ago Mercer County experienced a wave of new development that had the coal industry and residents working to try to find compromises that would benefit everyone. Now, with the oil patch creeping closer on the horizon, those experiences from the past could help usher in safer oil development likely in the county’s future.

Posted 9/07/11 (Wed) read more »

Cenex eyeing potential relocation

Two major developments could have Beulah Cenex looking at the option of relocation: the removal of an approach off N.D. Highway 49, and a new agronomy center that would need rezoning approval to be built in town.

Posted 9/07/11 (Wed) read more »

Residents, officials examine proposed road realignment

About 20 people gathered Friday outside of Zap on County 17 to speak with county commissioners and each other about a proposed change in the road’s structure.

Posted 8/31/11 (Wed) read more »

Killdeer officials reflect on oil lessons learned

Large-scale development and an influx of workers has affected Dunn County for a number of years, forcing officials to react to new challenges that come up when the oil patch sets in. As the oil patch slowly creeps east into eastern Dunn County and potentially crossing into Mercer County in the future, some officials spoke about lessons learned concerning oil patch development.

Posted 8/31/11 (Wed) read more »