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Rain plays into Cyclones opening week

If their first week is any indication, the summer baseball season may not be much brighter than Beulah’ spring season. Twice rain showers ended games early last week but thankfully the Cyclones were able to weather the storm with four victories.

Posted 6/15/11 (Wed) read more »

Boe elected president at state FFA convention

Beulah’s FFA chapter saw many highlights at this year’s state convention. Among those highlights was the election of Beulah’s Jodi Boe as the newest N.D. FFA president.

Posted 6/15/11 (Wed) read more »

Erosion along Missouri River ‘worst it’s ever been’

150,000. That’s the amount of water, in cubic feet per second, that is slated to come thundering from the Garrison Dam by June 17.

Posted 6/15/11 (Wed) read more »

Council listens to updates on projects

Beulah’s City Council discussed various projects that were going on in the city Monday.

Posted 6/08/11 (Wed) read more »

Golden Valley school will soon have a new use

The old school in Golden Valley will be transformed into living quarters over the next year after a decision by the City Council to approve a conditional use permit for the structure.

Posted 6/08/11 (Wed) read more »

Garrison Dam Spillway Releases

Spillway releases from Garrison Dam brought people out to witness the first time the dam has had so much overflow as to release over the spillway. The US Army Corps of Engineers initial projection is that it will be releasing 30,000 cubic feet per second when all of the spillway's 28 are projected to be open tomorrow night.

Posted 6/01/11 (Wed) read more »

Unprecedented releases

Tom Roe, Bismarck, has fished the upper stretch of the Missouri River hundreds of times. On Saturday, Roe stood above the Tailrace staring down at a furious, frothing, nearly-unrecognizable river.

Posted 6/01/11 (Wed) read more »

Beulah Class of ’11 graduates

Fourteen years of hard work, from preschool on up, came to a close for this year’s group of graduating seniors from Beulah High School.

Posted 6/01/11 (Wed) read more »

Various road issues still on commission agenda

Emergency management and road issues were the discussion topics of the most recent county commission.

Posted 5/25/11 (Wed) read more »

Future flood control on county water resource board’s mind

With another flood disaster narrowly averted this spring, the Mercer County Water Resource Board’s attention has turned toward taming the Knife River while it once again sleeps.

Posted 5/25/11 (Wed) read more »