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By Tim Leeds 

Park board raises Beaver Creek fees, plans on weed fight


In a two-hour meeting in the Hill County Courthouse Monday, the Hill County Park Board raised some fees on Beaver Creek Park, shot down another fee and tabled two others, and heard from the Hill County Weed District supervisor about additional funds and plans to fight noxious weeds on the park.

Weed District Supervisor Terry Turner said that with all of the problems it caused, the East Fork Fire that burned 21,896 acres in the Bear Paw Mountains in August and September, including 1,240 acres on the park, creates a good opportunity for weed control. With foliage and some brush burned off, t...

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