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Parking, home safety alarms questioned

Downtown parking and residential security systems were the main topics heard when the Beulah City Council met Monday at City Hall.

Posted 6/06/12 (Wed) read more »

Contested council seat in Ward 3: Reinhardt

This year the one contested seat on the Beulah City Council exists within Ward 3. Both incumbent Darwin Reinhardt and challenger Kirby Morgenstern are seeking the four-year seat. Due to a prior conflict Morgenstern was unavailable to provide his perspective by the time this paper went to publication. His perspective will be published in next week’s issue. seat in Ward 3: Reinhardt

Posted 5/30/12 (Wed) read more »

Class of 2012 graduates 50

After more than a dozen years of schooling and extracurricular activities the class of 2012 walked across the Beulah High School gym for the very last time Sunday.

Posted 5/30/12 (Wed) read more »

Council talks security systems

Security systems have been a hot topic in Beulah lately, and the items were addressed once again when Beulah’s City Council met early this week.

Posted 5/23/12 (Wed) read more »

County employee fired after commission

During an emotional display one former County Highway Department employee spoke to the commission recently about filing a grievance before being fired later that same day.

Posted 5/23/12 (Wed) read more »

City tightens rules for peddler’s permits

City officials were recently frustrated by a security company which installed alarm systems that made calls through local law enforcement without getting the OK first.

Posted 5/16/12 (Wed) read more »

Commission candidates cover the issues at candidate forum

Topics ranged from Facebook to the county’s missing $100,000, and candidates for the Mercer County Commission addressed them all at the 2012 Mercer County Commissioner Candidate Forum May 10 at the GrandView Steakhouse & Lounge in Beulah.

Posted 5/16/12 (Wed) read more »

Coyote Station enters into NACC agreement

Dakota Westmoreland has four more years as coal supplier to Coyote Station before it will be replaced by The North American Coal Corporation. The decision was made public recently through a press release from Coyote Station owners Otter Tail Power Company, Montana-Dakota Utilities Co., NorthWestern Energy, and Northern Municipal Power Agency.

Posted 5/09/12 (Wed) read more »

County agrees to help at Lake Shore Estates

On his very first day back on the job, Mercer County Commissioner Gary Murray had an audience.

Posted 5/09/12 (Wed) read more »

Murray appointed to vacant MCC seat

Mercer County found its third commissioner during a Friday morning meeting at the County Courthouse in Stanton.

Posted 5/02/12 (Wed) read more »