Beulah Beacon News

Voters in District 33 gave the incumbents a resounding vote of confidence. Sen. Randy Christmann and Reps. Brenda Heller and Gary Kreidt face a legislative session where money from oil taxes is plentiful, but so are the demands for that funding.

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People may soon be allowed to take their garbage to the transfer station in Beulah. The city had to discontinue accepting household garbage and recycling at the transfer station when Waste Management Inc. stopped providing those services in Mercer County.

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The grass is plenty green on the other side of the fence--though it is taking time for some Mercer County businesses and residents to fully adjust to its plushness.

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Many residents and businesses will make a few adjustments come Sunday as Mercer County converts to Central time. One such business making adjustments will be area post offices.

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The Knife River Care Center had a challenging year, but its employees have pitched in to make it a successful year, KRCC Administrator Keith Gendreau said.

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Can Mercer County find its own solution to flooding along the Knife River? Four county agencies would like to band together to see if they can find out.

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Hard work and improvement throughout the year. If you were to ask Beulah-Hazen coach Bruce Wold what it takes to have success in high school cross country that is what he would recommend. And Wold would know after the veteran coach was named the Class B Boys State Coach of the Year last Saturday.

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October 21, 2010

County vote going smoothly

About half the ballots requested in Mercer County for the 2010 General Election have been cast so far, according to county auditor Monte Erhardt.

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After proclaiming October Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Beulah City Council was informed that a study of potential solutions for flooding problems on the Knife River was moving closer to getting started.

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Wet weather dominated September in Mercer County, but October brought a return to summerlike temperatures. Farmers took advantage to catch up on harvest and other fall activities.

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