Beulah Beacon News

December 8, 2011

Council overturns lot vote

A vote held by the Beulah City Council late last month was revisited at its most recent meeting that resulted in a change of heart by the council

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Settlements have been reached in two cases of discrimination charges against the Mercer County Road Department.

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Basin Electric Power Cooperative is proposing the construction of a 200-mile transmission line from a power plant near Beulah to help power the Oil Patch.

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Man camps won’t be allowed into Mercer County for at least three months as regulations governing temporary housing are ironed out.

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Three Mercer County employees brought a formal grievance against a Mercer County Commissioner during the most recent County Commission meeting.

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Mercer County Sheriff Dean Danzeisen recently saw something he had never seen before: two trucks pulling semi-trailers full of oil rumbled down the street past his home in the middle of Hazen.

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A farming operation that’s been around for more than 100 years is set to receive a conservation award.

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The Mercer County Commission covered a varied agenda that included road issues, rezoning and the case of the missing scoria at its regular meeting Nov. 2 at the Mercer County Courthouse in Stanton.

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The main topic of discussion at the most recent Beulah City Council meeting was the quality of city streets.

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Area producers could be eligible for financial assistance if their crops were affected by this year’s severe weather.

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