It was the last place you wanted to be at 4 p.m. Mountain time on any given day in 1979. “You didn’t want to be going the opposite direction than traffic was in the morning or the afternoon,” Antelope Valley Station Plant Manager John Jacobs said. “There were so many vehicles heading to work or away from work, local people tried to time trips around those times of day.”
The Beulah Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring Dawg Day on Wednesday, Aug. 19 on Main Street. The festivities will get underway with a Ping Pong Ball Drop at 9 a.m. The balls will be marked and can be returned to the participating merchants for sponsored prizes. A pet parade will commence at 11 a.m. with the top pets winning $50, $25 and $10 in Beulah Bucks.
The Beulah Public School paid its final bills of the 2008-09 school year and then adjourned, only to turn around and reconvene to officially start the 2009-10 school year. One big difference is that property tax payers in the school district will be bearing less of the burden this year.
Their voices echoed across the nation as this country marched relentlessly toward its bloodiest conflict it would ever know. The country lawyer, the poet and the slave will come to life this weekend in Beulah as the North Dakota Humanities Council will present its Everett Albers Chautauqua Program, “Lincoln, Land, and Liberty: The Civil War Era and Beyond.”
Dr. Aaron Garman of the Coal Country Community Health Center was recognized by the North Dakota Department of Health for making extraordinary contributions toward improving vaccination rates of children and adults. Providers’ Choice Awards were presented at the Greater Grand Forks Immunization Coalition Conference held in Grand Forks in May.
Dave Meier wasn’t expecting to be a witness to history. The former owner of Lignite Tire in Beulah was helping children get a sense of the great historical events of United States history when he was caught up in a historic event himself. For the last several years since leaving Beulah for the warmer climate of Sebring, Fla., Meier has been working for a company that does charter trips for students. These trips often go to the nation’s Capitol, Washington, D.C., so the students can take in the historic monuments and museums.