Be advised we have received reports of a scam in which Mercer County Sheriff’s Department is being used in a phone call in an attempt to obtain money from individuals. The caller has identified himself as “LT. Brad Burns” and informs the recipient that they have failed to appear in court and that warrants have been issued for their arrest. The caller then directs the recipient to forward money to certain location to have the warrant cancelled. There is no person named “Brad Burns” employed with Mercer County, and this is not the manner in which court appearances and arrest warrants are handled. Should you receive such a phone call, please contact Detective Mark Schmitt at (701) 745-3333.
As of August 27th, the 20,000 lb weight restriction has been lifted off all Mercer County Gravel Roads.
Beulah City Water Usage is Back to Normal, But Still Asking to Pump Ground Water into Street, Until Further Notice!
City of Beulah states that all water and sewer usage is back to normal, but still asking residents to pump ground water onto street until further notice.
All Mercer & Oliver residents that still need to sign up their cell phones to the Reverse E911 System need to send the following information to email@example.com.
Your name, Cell number(s), and address. All cell numbers will be set to receive test messages, unless you request voice.
Due to recent rains, all Mercer County Gravel Roads are limited to 20,000 GVW until Further Notice. Only exceptions are emergency Vehicles.