Beulah Beacon News

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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A busload of ranchers and conservation agency representatives made the rounds around the countryside near Golden Valley to see the results of the first year of the Spring Creek Watershed Project sponsored by the Dunn and Mercer County Soil Conservation Districts.

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Beulah High School was shut down by a bomb threat Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 6. The threat came during the middle of the school’s homecoming week.

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The Beulah City Council got its first look at a citywide street project and its final say on the city’s 2011 budget at its regular meeting Monday.

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Beulah Mayor Darrell Bjerke wants to spread the word. Bjerke feels the city needs to do a better job of getting the word out about what’s going on in City Hall, so he is drafting the issue of a newsletter that will go to all city residents.

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September 30, 2010

The (Central) time has come

After more than a half-century in the Mountain time zone, Mercer County will be switching to Central.

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September 29, 2010

BHS closed by bomb threat

Beulah High School was shut down by a bomb threat Wednesday afternoon. Captain Mark Schmitt, of the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department said his office received a call from Beulah High School at 1:15 p.m. stating the school had been locked down and all the students had been moved to the elementary school.

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