Beulah Beacon News

The Mercer County Planning and Zoning Commission last week held some detailed initial discussion on two topics that were on commissioners’ minds.

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Plenty of ground was covered this past Monday night when the Beulah City Council discussed some longstanding business.

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March 18, 2015

Polygeneration and coal

The shifting landscape of energy and politics has long been a subject of campaigns, policies, and discussions.

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Some hauling is going to happen on County Road 25 to the construction effort of Coyote Creek Mine now that an agreement is in place between the mine and Mercer County.

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Beulah Elementary has been named one of the best elementary schools in the state.

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March 4, 2015

Surge Funding approved

The much-talked about Surge Funding Bill has now been signed into law.

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March 4, 2015

Schools review safety

School and law enforcement officials are working together to ensure that area school districts remain a safe place for students to learn.

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Mercer County opted to deny Coyote Creek any action last week on two topics regarding roads south of Coyote Station and west of Highway 49.

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Second in a two-part series detailing the history of one of the state’s longest-running judging contests.

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February 18, 2015

West River Judging turns 50

On the last weekend of February, members of local 4-H and FFA chapters from throughout the state will converge on Beulah for one of the most anticipated contests of the year.

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