The review of a city fireworks ordinance by Beulah’s City Council recently prompted discussion from citizens who were worried about the law of unintended consequences.
Concerns over methods at the Beulah Police Department may have opened lines of communications among area officials, even after one officer was fired.
For the first time in nearly a year and a half tensions eased between the Mercer County Commission and the County Highway Department and it looked like progress would be made moving forward.
Mercer County’s top law enforcement official is reminding residents about why it is important to call 911 in an emergency, and not go some other route.
New policy was adopted by the school board that set in stone how the board could communicate with the patrons of the Beulah School District.