Beulah Beacon News

October 16, 2008

MCED airs role in oil

Mercer County Economic Development's purpose is to promote and expand economic development in Mercer County. On Thursday, MCED representatives met to discuss a project that intends to do just that.

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The mortgage industry across the nation isn't the only entity facing financial woes. Mercer County Commissioners felt the woes as they reviewed the budget Oct. 1 and then approved the budget for 2009, a budget that will stand an estimated $500,000 in the red as proposed.

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Usually crowded, this year's Mercer County general election ballot will be relatively bare come Nov. 4. But that doesn't lessen its importance in the least bit.

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A couple early season losses to Carrington and Watford City had many people posing big question marks on the Beulah football team this year.

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The first oil well drilling permit was issued in Mercer County to Brigham Oil & Gas, headquartered in Austin, Texas.

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The phone has been ringing off the hook at the Mercer County Auditor's office with people wondering where their Vote by Mail ballot application is for the November General Election. It was announced by the auditor's office last week that the applications were in the mail. Some received theirs, others haven't.

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September 25, 2008

KRCC signs administrator

The Knife River Care Center has hired a new administrator. Fred Stern, president of the Knife River Care Center Board of Directors, first made the announcement to staff at the local care center last Tuesday.

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September 25, 2008

Want to vote in November

Mercer County voters take notice: If you want to vote in the November General Election, you have only two options: Vote by Mail or go to the only polling place in the county the Mercer County Courthouse in Stanton. The polls will be open at the Mercer County Courthouse from 9 a.m.-7 p.m., MDT, Tuesday, Nov. 4.

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September 18, 2008

BHS pilots video cameras

Newly installed security cameras at Beulah High School have taken the school a step forward to enhance the safety of students.
The system, approved several months ago by the Beulah School Board, offers 22 cameras in various locations of the school.
We want to keep our kids safe and our building safe, Superintendent of Schools Rob Lech said.

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After some discussion about whether a proposed letter of intent was simply that or a memorandum of understanding, the Beulah City Council voted to draft its own letter of response to parties interested in bringing natural gas to the city.

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