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100 years of Dodge

This weekend will be the start of centennial season in the area, with the city of Dodge celebrating its 100th birthday

Posted 6/04/14 (Wed) read more »

Continuing the long tradition of jamming

A age-old tradition is keeping on in Mercer County for its fifteenth year this summer. The Hazen Jam has started up again and the musicians who take part are doing what they do best: setting toes to tapping.

Posted 5/28/14 (Wed) read more »

Presenting the graduating Class of 2014

Sixty seniors walked across the gym floor for their last time this past Sunday before stating their final goodbyes to their academic careers at Beulah Public Schools.

Posted 5/28/14 (Wed) read more »

Nies Subdivision brought into the fold for bakery

Annexation and water board funding among requests at council

Posted 5/21/14 (Wed) read more »

Spring planting underway

Favorable conditions have encouraged agricultural producers around the area to get fieldwork underway recently, as they’ve hit the fields in earnest.

Posted 5/21/14 (Wed) read more »

Beulah updated on Knife River bridge

Proposed bridge work was detailed last week when representatives from the North Dakota Department of Transportation came to town.

Posted 5/14/14 (Wed) read more »

To withhold, or not to withhold

Board members question county payment policy

Posted 5/14/14 (Wed) read more »

Nies addition annexed, rezoned

Land beneath of proposed bakery came one step closer to becoming part of Beulah last week when the city’s planning and zoning board voted to recommend its inclusion in city limits. During a regularly-scheduled public hearing the board voted unanimously to annex land belonging to Mark and Bonnie Nies into city limits, as well as rezoning it to a C2 (commercial) designation. The board’s recommendation to annex and rezone will next come up at a city council meeting. Next up on the board’s agenda was a retention pond design for the Latter Day Saints Church in Country Club Estates. City Coordinator Russ Duppong said the pond was needed to regulate any excess runoff that would occur due to additions to the church.

Posted 5/07/14 (Wed) read more »

Wellness center moving closer to vote

In one more month Beulah residents will have their chance to vote on a proposed Wellness Center, and advocates for the facility are working hard to get the word out on the many positive aspects of it.

Posted 5/07/14 (Wed) read more »

Trashy Affaire coming soon to Beulah

A consumer event focused on repurposed items will be coming to the area for the first time very soon. A “Trashy Affaire” will be held Saturday, May 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Beulah Civic Center, and it’s a one-of-a-kind event where the vendors are showing off their skills at turning items that may have once been called junk into art. Marie Johnson and Lynne Wolf are two of the people involved in the practice of finding new uses for old items and are hoping the event will be a resounding success.

Posted 4/30/14 (Wed) read more »