Beulah Beacon News

Dakota Westmoreland has four more years as coal supplier to Coyote Station before it will be replaced by The North American Coal Corporation. The decision was made public recently through a press release from Coyote Station owners Otter Tail Power Company, Montana-Dakota Utilities Co., NorthWestern Energy, and Northern Municipal Power Agency.

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The west end of the business portion on Main Street in Beulah will start to look different very soon, now that the Country Kettle has begun settling into the old Pizza Ranch building. Renovations of that structure and demolition of its old home next to Bronson’s Super Valu will add a new face to Main Street.

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Contenders for city and county seats have all got their petitions in and the races are starting to take off across Mercer and Dunn counties

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Myra Axtman just might have been the least-recognized community leader and influence in recent Hazen history.

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Mercer County found its third commissioner during a Friday morning meeting at the County Courthouse in Stanton.

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On Monday, more than 5,000 Vote By Mail ballot applications were mailed to Mercer County voters. On those ballots will be seven candidates vying for one seat on the Mercer County Commission.

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Officials have been trying to figure out how to address housing issues in Beulah for some time and last week the City Council and city planning and zoning board got together to figure out how to move forward. Mayor Darrell Bjerke opened the meeting with an introduction of why the meeting had been called.

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With the April 13 filing deadline gone, seven Mercer County residents have filed petitions to be placed on the Primary Election ballot for one seat on the Mercer County Commission. Of those seven candidates, two will advance to the General Election ballot in November.

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Police Chief Kennie Voegele spoke first to the Beulah City Council, announcing that he had tendered his resignation about 10 days prior.

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Seven Mercer County residents have filed petitions to be placed on the Primary Election ballot for one seat on the Mercer County Commission, with little time remaining until the April 13 deadline. Of those seven candidates, two will advance to the General Election ballot in November.

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