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Beulah officer assaulted at Cobblestone

Beulah City Police Officer Kurt Zazeski was allegedly assaulted by Dawson Tarbell of Beulah March 9.

Posted 3/16/16 (Wed) read more »

City receives $4 million for water treatment plant

Beulah has been in the works to switching from a lime-softening water treatment plant to a membrane system, which is a reverse osmosis water treatment plant.

Posted 3/16/16 (Wed) read more »

Red Friday, the silent ‘thank you’

“I did serve three years for state active duty when North Dakota flooded and was really bad for those three years.

Posted 3/09/16 (Wed) read more »

Council discusses the need for company car

City Council has been in the process of replenishing what was lost in the city shop fire last summer.

Posted 3/09/16 (Wed) read more »

Where are they living?

Mercer County Economic Development Meeting

Posted 3/02/16 (Wed) read more »

Tensions grow as the Late Start proposal fails

Recently principals from all three of Beulah’s schools presented their findings and proposal for a late start on Wednesdays.

Posted 3/02/16 (Wed) read more »

P&Z debates approval of Dakota Access Pipeline in Mercer County

Recently, the upcoming construction of a new urea plant for the Dakota Gasification Company’s Beulah plant has generated lots of discussion related to temporary crew camps to house workers for the construction.

Posted 2/24/16 (Wed) read more »

DGC seeing progress

Dakota Gasification Company’s Urea Plant has begun to make above-ground progress and a lot of the work can been seen.

Posted 2/24/16 (Wed) read more »

City begins to replace equipment lost in fire

Mother Nature has been going back and forth with her decisions on sun or snow; however, spring is nearly here which will lead us to summer

Posted 2/17/16 (Wed) read more »

Commission reviews options for County 27 road projects

Tense meetings about a new man camp north of Beulah and the proposed closing of a section road through Coyote Creek’s future mine dominated the first February meeting of the Mercer County Commission.

Posted 2/17/16 (Wed) read more »