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The sky’s limit at the Annual Beulah Fly-In

For about 20 years, the Annual Beulah Fly-in has treated children of all ages to the magic of flight. On Saturday, June 19, the Beulah Airport will host the public and pilots from around the region and offer free plane rides, breakfast, demonstrations and other entertainment for the whole family. The event starts at 8 a.m. MDT and goes until noon. In the past as many as 500 people have attended the event.

Posted 6/09/10 (Wed) read more »

Beulah pool opens Thursday

The Beulah Aquatic Center will be open for its first full season of business Thurday, June 3.

Posted 6/02/10 (Wed) read more »

Beulah homes to be reassessed in June

Over the next few weeks, residents of Beulah can expect a few visitors. The city is doing a reassessment of all the properties within city limits, city planner John Phillips said. Assessors from Vanguard Appraisals, Inc. will start visiting residences on Monday, June 14. The purpose of the reassessment is to bring the assessed values of properties, which are the basis of property taxes, into balance with prices being paid in the current housing market in Beulah.

Posted 6/02/10 (Wed) read more »

County commission deals with broken bridge dilemma

The Mercer County Commission looked into the case of the broken bridge at its regular meeting May 19.

Posted 5/26/10 (Wed) read more »

Finding family in the farthest places

Dena Kemmet knows family is important, even when that family isn’t related by blood. Kemmet’s parents, Phyllis and Larry Norman, were missionaries to Haiti in the early 1990s, until political unrest made the country unsafe for them. During the seven years they were there, they fostered two boys, Pierre and Carlos, that Kemmet came to regard as her brothers. So when the one of the biggest earthquakes of all time ravaged the island, her thoughts went to them immediately.

Posted 5/26/10 (Wed) read more »

Sundae special with a side of humor

Members of the Beulah High School drama class held a fundraiser for the Women's Action Resource Center last Sunday. Audience members were entertained with two comedies after bringing a non-perishable food item for WARC.

Posted 5/21/10 (Fri) read more »

Scoping out some flood solutions

Another step in getting some permanent flood relief for Beulah and other communities in Mercer County happened at Beulah City Hall last week.

Posted 5/19/10 (Wed) read more »

Pro-Central at public hearing

Polite applause followed nearly every person who stood up to speak at the public time zone hearing held Friday in Hazen. That applause, however, was just a little more spirited for those who spoke in favor of changing Mercer County from Mountain time to Central time.

Posted 5/19/10 (Wed) read more »

A solution for Beulah flooding?

A new solution to Beulah’s flooding problem may be on the horizon. Mercer County Emergency Manager Carmen Reed will be meeting with the Army Corps of Engineers this week and other officials to explore the feasibility of building a permanent floodwall to protect the south side of Beulah from floods on the Knife River

Posted 5/12/10 (Wed) read more »

Time zone hearing quickly approaches

As a public hearing approaches, nearly 250 people, businesses and local governments have left comments for the Department of Transportation regarding the proposal to switch Mercer County from Mountain to Central time.

Posted 5/12/10 (Wed) read more »