Beulah Beacon News

The Beulah City Council finished up some housekeeping in its second-to-last meeting of 2014 earlier this week, including addressing the pedestrian bridge on the Knife River and the status of an open position at the Beulah Police Department.

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The deadline for re-enrollment is looming for the Affordable Care Act’s second year and more options are available for those with or without insurance.

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With the first snow out of the way, county officials are asking residents to be patient this winter with snow clearing procedures, as specific priorities were in place.

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A new nonprofit organization met last week to discuss the future of North Dakota’s water, specifically that of the Missouri River system.

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The city of Beulah voted this week to extend its extraterritorial limits by the allowed half-mile. The action comes after multiple recent meetings.

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You don’t have to be Lutheran for next Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day meal at Zion Lutheran Church, you just have to be hungry.

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Package guided hunt being offered as part of Big Buck raffle

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November is the start of the holiday season, and with that has been named the National Diabetes Awareness Month. According to the state health department, diabetes affects nearly 29 million Americans, and an estimated 79 million people are at risk for developing the disease.

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Housing in Beulah has been on more and more agendas in recent months, and that was no different at this week’s city council meeting.

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Local leaders heard from coal and oil industry representatives last week during the annual meeting of Coal Conversion Counties.

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