Beulah Beacon News

September 20, 2017

School projects deficit year

Superintendent Travis Jordan projects the Beulah School District to have a $200,000 deficit in spending for the 2017-2018 year.

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Friction between the city and the convention and visitors bureau was displayed at the Beulah City Council meeting.

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For Mercer County commissioners, department heads, and employees, accusations and feuds have caused headaches for several years.

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A long-time dream was put into perspective last week.

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Dollars for Hurricane Harvey and Greywind family

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At long last, a preliminary memorandum of understanding was approved concerning road maintenance related to Mahto Bay.

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Currently ambulance employees only pay 12 percent of their Blue Cross/Blue Shield coverage, where their employer pays 88 percent.

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Beulah Elementary made an addition to their staff this year that isn’t typical.

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Several people from a variety of different groups came to the Mercer County Commission to provide the commissioners with updates on many different happenings in the county at the moment.

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A honey bee’s summer life lasts about four weeks.

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