Beulah Beacon News

Students walking through the Beulah High School likely notice when they hear a foreign language spoken in their midst. Ears perk up, trying to pinpoint the origin of the speaker.

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February 28, 2013

Not in this landfill

The Mercer County Landfill doesn’t want any oilfield waste coming to its doors.

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Late last week Beulah residents were treated to a sight that had been unfortunately absent on the southern horizon since December: smokestacks kicking plumes into the skies south of town.

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Beulah’s City Council started off its last meeting with talks on a temporary use permit before heading further into details on the dilapidated building project and the possibility of moving the recreation center.

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February 14, 2013

Basin presents pipeline plan

Basin Electric employees presented initial information last week about a proposed gas pipeline to Dakota Gasification Company Synfuels Plant.

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School board directors have begun discussing the process for finding a new superintendent on the news that Rob Lech will be taking on a new role in Jamestown.

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February 7, 2013

Life at the Capitol

Who likes getting bills? Unless they’re bills featuring Ben Franklin, Ulysses S. Grant or even Top Hat Lincoln, probably nobody.

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It was business as usual when Beulah’s elected leaders met this past week. Although the city council agenda wasn’t terribly lengthy, a number of topics were addressed during the hour-long Monday meeting.

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January 31, 2013

Dallman found dead

The Fargo Police Department confirmed Tuesday that a body found in a North Dakota field was that of 27-year-old Colter Brandon Dallman, a 2003 Beulah High School graduate.

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Should certain programs fall under the rensponsibility of the Beulah School Board or the fledgling Educational Foundation? That was the background question which prompted lengthy discussion when the Beulah Public Schools Board of Directors met last week.

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