Beulah Beacon News

Mercer County Planning and Zoning board chairman Troy Sailer brought up a way to protect land owners in cases of contractors laying utilities.

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With winter fast approaching, time is running short for work to be completed on the “Ron Isaak Crossing.”

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There was evident frustration at the Nov. 2 Mercer County Commission meeting. Commissioners Wes Gunsch and Duane Scheurer expressed dissatisfaction with the progress on the courthouse expansion project.

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Beulah’s city planning and zoning were approached by 2K Meats & More owner Keith Bohn on how he can keep his business in town.

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After spending more than a decade on the Knife River Care Center board, Fred Stern believes it is his time to step down.

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Despite the need for making budget cuts in the county government, there are groups within Mercer County that have their own costs and needs, and desire the help of the county in meeting those costs and needs.

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In the midst of intense debate between the current Mercer County Commission and many of its most active criticizers, a simply matter of procedure determined the fate of the arguments involving the tax levy for the 2016 budget.

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Dakota Gasification Company’s urea project is considered to be 50 percent complete.

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The Beulah School District has been taking an active stance on bullying prevention.

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Approximately 40 citizens found places to sit and stand to take part in the topic of a 20 percent tax increase suggested by the Beulah City Council.

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