Beulah Beacon News

Jim Wenning had been visualizing his perfect saddle for nearly 20 years. After successfully completing a saddlery school about a year ago in Custer, S.D., he turned a dream into a hobby.

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Revitalizing the look and feel of Beulah’s downtown has been on the radar of local leaders for quite some time, although little action has taken place. That may have changed recently with a sit down between Beulah’s Jobs Development Authority and representatives from Circle H Engineering.

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District 33 Republicans recently spoke and the message was clear: they wanted a young local woman with energy industry ties to represent them in the state Senate.

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A new project tested Beulah Middle Schoolers this week and put them in a position to both think on their feet and work as groups. The project is called “You’re Hired!” and is a STEM

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A short agenda made for a relatively quick meeting when the Beulah City Council met for its second-to-last meeting of 2012. During the meeting the council heard input from the owner of a Main Street business before moving into standard council reports.

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Since the council last heard from Annabelle Homes in August, rumors have developed surrounding whether or not the developer would move forward with its projects in Mercer County.

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The county paid back an unused Federal Emergency Management Agency grant last week before hearing about a number of zoning cases – some old and some new. The meeting also marked the last commission meeting where appointees Jesse Krieger and Gerald Bauman would sit in. Duane Scheuer and Bill Tveit wil join the commission for its first meeting in December.

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Owners of private businesses and their smoking clientele will have to make some adjustments now that a statewide smoking ban passed during the general election.

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November 21, 2012

A tribute to our cowboys

“I’m sure God has a ranch in heaven, a place for cowboys to call home … I picture you both up on a ledge gazing at the draws below.”

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Mercer County felt the loss of a well-respected rancher and his young son last week.

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