Beulah Beacon News

September 28, 2016

Fire at Valley Grain

With only one employee present, Valley Grain Milling -- commonly known as “the grain elevator” -- burst into flames last week.

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Long winded Beulah Planning and Zoning meeting ended with a handful of changes to the recently proposed SRF District Code book.

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Although the Beulah School District had to print in the paper there would be a 13 percent increase, Beulah’s Superintendent Travis Jordan assured that it was not the actual figure.

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The Beulah City Council enters the second phase with Moore Engineering in their new construction of a water treatment facility for Beulah. Kent Ritterman, with Moore Engineering, presented to the council at the latest meeting for their approval of the project’s plans and budget.

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September 14, 2016

City talks budget crunch

Projecting a 20 percent increase in real estate tax for the city of Beulah seems shocking.

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September 14, 2016

Hospice celebrates 20 years

Sakakawea Medical Center’s Hospice is giving a big “thank you” to its local communities.

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Some are becoming pleasantly surprised when harvesting their fields.

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September 7, 2016

P&Z projects budget cuts

Beulah Planning and Zoning started thinking of its upcoming budget cuts and what will be affected

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Tanya Weiler came to discuss the specific flow chart which lies behind the employee pay plan she has worked to develop for Mercer County.

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Team chants poured out the doors of the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church last weekend.

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