Beulah Beacon News

February 11, 2015

FEMA denies assistance

The city of Beulah will have to take a different route to secure funding after storms last August left the city facing some damage.

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The Beulah City Council had a bit of a “change of address” address last week when councilors spoke at length about whether looking into the city’s off-kilter addressing system would be worthwhile or not.

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Zap’s city leadership is moving forward with a project that could pave the way to upgraded streets, although it comes with a relatively heavy price tag.

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Although questions of safety and road crossings seemed to block the path of one mining company’s haul road application recently, the Mercer County Commission moved it ahead during last week’s regular meeting.

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County planners broke from tradition last week to deny recommending a permit for Coyote Creek Mine south of Beulah.

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January 21, 2015

Forecasting energy needs

First in a series on coal-related research

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Another grievance filed at the county level made for a somewhat tense meeting last week when the Mercer County Commission met for its regular monthly meeting.

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The city of Golden Valley recently had to do some extra work when it came to having its water tested by the state.

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The city of Beulah moved forward this week on a development project despite some legal concerns on the initial agreement and a current investigation into the developer.

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January 7, 2015

Gas prices drop again

Motorists were able to relax the grip on their wallets during the holiday season as gas prices continued to decrease throughout North Dakota and the rest of the U.S.

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